Inform Athletics has designed a platform allowing high school athletes to create a profile that can be shared with prospective NCAA institutions. Our platform engages key decision-makers at related institutions to encourage a response. Whether that response is a yes, or a no, it gives students real-time feedback which is essential to their placement in an appropriate institution.
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Inform Athletics was founded to provide all athletes an equal opportunity to be considered for NCAA athletics. Our team consists of previous NCAA athletes, high school athletes, database consultants and web designers. Together, we are able to understand the needs of high school athletes as they embark on the journey of a lifetime - determining where they go to college. This isn't an easy decision, especially when considering academic and athletic opportunity.
After swimming at Asheville High and UNC Chapel Hill, Luke turned his focus to helping fellow athletes find success by creating Inform Athletics.
Following his athletic career in swimming and baseball, Pearce went on to work in the high tech space in Boston, helping companies innovate with new technologies.
When he's not designing applications and building brands, Gray spends his time outdoors hiking across the country and around the world.
In addition to crafting compelling marketing campaigns, Henry holds the UNC Chapel Hill school records in the 400 IM, 500 Free and the 800 Free Relay.
After swimming at TC Roberson and attending Duke University, Leo co-founded Inform Athletics to help fellow athletes find success by developing Inform Athletics.
After being awarded the opportunity to swim for University of North Carolina as as well as representing South Africa at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Michael has dedicated his time to extend In-Form Athletics to South Africa, with the aim of helping his fellow athletes also pursue their athletic and academic goals in the United States of America