RecruitUS is a Michigan-based LLC founded in 2015 that aims to get as many high school athletes recruited to the collegiate level as possible through our multiple services.
The mission of RecruitUS is to assist high school athletes in the collegiate recruiting process by providing them with the necessary resources to gain maximum exposure and engagement opportunities.
EXPOSE. ENGAGE. ACHIEVE
We accomplish our mission by staying true to our three core pillars: Expose. Engage. Achieve. Exposing high school athletes and collegiate coaches to one another by bringing them together to one centralized location. Creating an Engagement opportunity between the athlete and the coach by holding open houses prior to competition at each RecruitUS event. Getting both parties to Achieve their goal of getting recruited and recruiting by holding organized recruitment meetings following competition.
Cole Paczas is a co-owner of RecruitUS, LLC. He serves as the primary figurehead for the organization in public occassions and is the main contact for any concerns regarding facilities, marketing, and volunteer coordination.
As a former graduate of De La Salle Collegiate High School (Warren, MI), Cole was an active athlete as a member of the basketball, baseball, and even football team, where his time at running back helped the Pilots on their way to a MHSAA State Championship title.
A native of Madison Heights, Michigan, Cole currently attends Ferris State University in Big Rapids, where he is working towards his bachelor’s in sport marketing.
Andrew Alisa is a co-owner of RecruitUS, LLC. He handles all things technology based within the company ranging from web devlopment to programming. He is the main contact for any concerns regarding our website and the Eventbrite Registration page.
Andrew has previously served as a team manager for the Lamphere High School (Madison Heights, MI) boys basketball team and is currently involved in the Leagues of Engineers and Computer Scientists, Student Program Board, and Grizzhacks associations at Oakland University.
A current student at OU finishing up his bachelor’s in computer science, Andrew was recently named the 2016 Outstanding College Student Engineer of the Year from the Engineering Society of Detroit.