Scorability Raises $11M in Aim To Improve College Recruiting

Scorability, a platform designed to connect student-athletes with college sports programs, has successfully secured $11 million in Series Seed funding. The investment comes from Next Coast Ventures, Silverton Partners, and Scorability’s co-founders.

Scorability, led by co-founders Brian Cruver, former CEO of AlertMedia, and Brett Andrew, former Chief Revenue Officer at AlertMedia, is on a mission to transform the way over 28,000 college sports programs discover, evaluate, and engage with millions of potential student-athletes.

The current college recruiting landscape is described as chaotic, lacking a clear process and useful tools for coaches and athletes. Scorability aims to change that by providing a new standard platform for the college sports recruiting process.

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Both Cruver and Andrew, who are parents of Division I college athletes, envision a future where college coaches can evaluate talent with more predictability, saving time and resources. At the same time, student-athletes and their families will benefit from a streamlined, direct college recruiting process, avoiding unnecessary efforts and personal expenses.

Scorability’s platform will encompass athletes from all sports and will feature advanced matching and predictive analytics. Its goal is not only to identify elite athletes but also to level the playing field and guide all athletes toward programs where they can thrive.

The world of college recruiting is seen as flawed, and Scorability’s approach aims to address the problems coaches and programs are currently facing. The funding will be used to expand the Scorability team, develop recruiting technology and user experiences, and bring these products to the market by early 2024.

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