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The Future of D1 was formally launched as a sports content company in 2017, having really taken hold since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company’s current offering includes their main website - https://www.thefutureofd1.com - where athletes can create profiles (the brand shares submissions on their social media channels) - The Future of D1 Courses - which has seen a 1,312% uptick in traffic since March; a podcast – The Future of Division 1 - an unapologetic look at the college recruiting process featuring discussions with college and professional athletes, trainers and coaches. “I wanted to give student-athletes the opportunity to engage in the process and proclaim ownership of their experience in it,” she added. “Anyone who competes at a high level must believe in themselves first and foremost and have a support system to back them up.”
The Future of D1 - https://www.thefutureofd1.com/ - offers multiple solutions including a web-based course to help athletes, their families, coaches and trainers identify where a student-athlete is in the process and offers insights into what they could be doing to improve their chances of playing college sports at the highest level – Division 1.
“Our mission is to fuel, ignite and inspire amateur athletes and the people who support them in their pursuit of playing college sports,” said Askia Taylor, Founder and CEO of The Future of D1