10X Your Recruiting Exposure And College Connections With The Dream Scouting Network Exposure System

The Dream Scouting Network team is passionate about assisting high school student-athletes through the recruiting process.  We have the best scouts in the industry, comprised of former professional and collegiate athletes, coaches and athletic trainers.   We have successfully provided recruiting coordination to thousands of student-athletes nationwide.    

We believe every student-athlete deserves a shot to play at the collegiate level.  Our Regional Scouting Directors will evaluate your highlight videos, discuss your goals and current recruiting status.  We will develop a game plan to build your athletic brand and increase your connections to college programs. 

The key to recruiting is exposure.  Far too often, talented student-athletes are overlooked in the recruiting process.  College coaches are restricted by NCAA recruiting regulations, time constraints and small recruiting budgets.  These restrictions limit the ability for college coaches to travel the country to see recruits.

Our goal is to provide the resources you need to catch the eyes of recruiters.  We want to increase your opportunities to make it to the collegiate level as a student-athlete.  If you have a burning passion and drive to succeed, then the Dream Scouting Network has the perfect blend of proven systems, frameworks and support to make your DREAM come true!


We develop a marketing plan for each DSN student-athlete, complete with unlimited features, interviews and articles.

We run the highest quality camps and showcases to provide visibility for players at all levels.  Our camps are held nationwide.

We provide education of the recruiting process with enrollment in our Masterclass, personal recruiting coordination and academic

Recruit Nation, provides a complete, comprehensive rating 3x a year for all DSN athletes.  Ratings are shared to over 700 colleges in our network

We help student-athletes of all sports, at all recruiting levels:
upperclassmen needing recruiting exposure
underclassmen beginning Their recruiting journey
student-athletes lacking knowledge of recruiting process
small town student-athletes who are overlooked
You'll always know the next step you should be taking In your recruiting journey.  We provide world-class training and support every step of the way.




- testimonials -

"Talent alone will not guarantee a college athletic scholarship. You need connections to college programs.  Coach Riley has been supportive and has shared my information to hundreds of college programs, making phone calls, emails, and other communications for me.  Coach Riley has been there every step of the way and it resulted in over 30 Division 1 scholarship offers including Alabama, Oklahoma, Florida and Penn State to name a few. Thanks Coach Riley!"

Clark Phillips III

La Habra High School


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"He has good hand and also decent footwork."

He has a high motor. Can get after QB and stop the run."

What the scouts

are saying

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Defensive End



"Great speed. He also is very quick. Good hips and aggressive."

"He has good hands. Physical DB who will fight for the ball."

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"He has good pocket awareness. He can make all of the throws."

"He has a strong arm. He can make plays from pocket or on the move."

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"She is versatile. She can score, defend and rebound. She is a hard worker."

"She makes plays for herself and her teammates. She is a good ball handler and has a high basketball IQ."

What the scouts

are saying

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Point Guard/ Shooting Guard



"He plays until the whistle blows. He is relentless when rushing the QB."

"High motor. He really gets after it. Quick feet and hands."

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Defensive Line



"He is a good shooter, both from distance and mid-range. He is also a good ball handler."

"He sees the floor well. Can distribute to teammates or make plays for himself."

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are saying

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Point Guard



"She is a tenacious defender. She has quick feet and gets her hands in passing lanes. She is a competitor."

"She is very quick and fast. She can blow by defenders and get to the basket. She is also a good ball handler."

What the scouts

are saying

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Point Guard

- dream features -

dshun edwards

I started playing basketball at the age of 10. My brother was my influence. He’s the reason why I began playing basketball. My primary position is Shooting Guard. I can play the Wing and Point Guard also. In High School, I played Forward and Wing because on my rebounding ability and hustle. My stats from the past were 13 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists, 1.8 steals, and 4 blocks. I’ve finished the season with 15 double doubles leading the conference. I do track & field also. I run the 800m and triple jump along with long jump. I qualified in regionals for both.

kiernan hammer

I played Mighty Mights at a young age for a year but only seriously started playing when I was a freshman in high school. My primary position is Defensive End and Linebacker but, I can play anywhere on the field. This year I had 41 total tackles, 18 solo tackles, 2 forced fumbles, and 2 sacks in my 2019 season. My Freshman Year I was a backup Defensive Nose/Tackle and recorded 12 solo tackles, 24 total tackles and a sack. I also participate in wrestling, bouncing around in the 160 and 170 weight class. And I participate in track as well doing the 100, 200, and 400. I hold the school record for the 400 meter dash.

alyssa balbuena

I started getting to know the basics of soccer at 12 years old. So I was in 6th grade and was the girls soccer team manager. I actually started playing really late at 8th grade but fell in love with the training so when I tell people that they are like, “Really? How are you so developed?” and I say the same thing always, “ I fell in love with the process.” I still remember the first person to influence me. Her name was Faith Bomberry and one of my friends in 6th grade. She was the one who encouraged me to become the girls soccer team manager, she was also really good so I wanted to be just like her. Coming from a baseball and hockey family, I wanted to be one of the first to play soccer. My primary position I would say is midfield, but honestly coach could put me anywhere he needs me and I will be there. My freshman year on varsity I started as left back, but he would also put my forward as well. As a sophomore on varsity, I played attacking and defensive mid, and also wing. I can easily say I could be put anywhere. My freshman year on varsity, I scored 9 goals and had about 5 or 6 assists. So even though I was mainly a defender, I took any opportunity to score. As a sophomore who plays club on a U19 indoor team, our winter season… which was left unfinished, I scored exactly 19 goals in 15 games. Soccer has always been the sport I was dedicated to and hoping a future for, but I was supposed to run track… yet that season got cancelled due to COVID-19. In track, I would have ran sprints and mid distance.

malcolm lovett

When I was 8 years old, I first picked up a basketball, however did not take it completely serious until the 8th grade and began working hard. My family history of athletes and watching older and more talented players play the game made me work harder. Shooting Guard is my main position. I have also played Point Guard, because of my ball handling and play making abilities. Small Forward is another position I can play. I have strong mid-range and post game. I also use my athleticism to get to the basket well. I averaged 15 ppg, 1blk, 1stl, 6 rebs, and 4asts with my AAU team. My high school season I averaged 5ppg, 1blk, 4 rebs. I also run the 400 meter, 4x4 relay, High Jump, as well as the Long Jump

anthony thomson

I started playing football when I was 8 years old. I was always a bigger kid who got made fun of so I decide to start being more active. My primary position is safety and I also play wide receiver and nickel back. I had 2 interceptions, 54 tackles, 36 solo, 5 tackles for loss and 3 pass deflections in my sophomore year. I was invited to the Under Armour All-American camp as a safety

mark lukac

Mark Lukac is a 2019 high school graduate. He is a freshman at UNF on a full academic scholarship looking to transfer into college basketball program.

james zilinger

James Zilinger is one of the most underrated football players in Illinois. He has all the intangibles college programs are looking for in a running back; he is fast, has vision and has excellent hands. Recruit Nation recently sat down with James to learn more about him and where he is in his recruiting journey.


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