From Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus HS), welcome Chandler Allen, baseball recruit, class of 2012. He not only excels on the field as a pitcher, catcher and outfielder, but in the classroom as well as he currently holds a 3.6 GPA. During his years playing for both his high school and club teams, he’s made 2 notable tournament appearances: The USA 16U West Palm Beach in 2010 and WWBA South Qualifier Tournament in 2011. Chandler was also named to the 2011 Top 25 Prospect List (11) by the Perfect Game South Showcase and voted MVP at the December 2010 Ole Miss Senior Prep Division Hitting Camp. And looking ahead towards college, Chandler plans to major in Business & Sports Management, and hopes to continue his development as an athlete as well.
Be sure to check out Chandler’s profile and his skills tape: Chandler Allen
One of my individual goals is to improve in at least one aspect of my game everyday. No matter how small or big the improvement is, every little improvement counts towards going to the next level. – Chandler Allen on his individual goals
Our next big welcome is to our newest track & field recruit (who is probably smoking past everyone on the track as we speak), Macy Schulte, recruiting class of 2013 from Comanche, Texas (Comanche HS). Running for both her high school and the Comanche County Summer Track Club, she has earned several honors and awards, including: Regional Qualifier 400 m/800m/4X400 2010-2011, State Qualifier 4X400 2010-2011, Texas Relay Invitational Qualifier 4X400 and DMR 2010-2011, and Regional Qualifier 800m /400m/4X400 Relay 2009-2010. And those were just for track. Her cross country honors and awards include: District Champion, All Region 2011-2012, State Qualifier 2011 Cross Country MVP 2009-2010 and Cross Country MVP 2010-2011. Some of her most noticeable meets and races have been: 6-2A District Meet, UIL Region I, McNeil Inv. and the Abilene Turkey Trot 5K. Macy is just as dedicated off the track as she is on it – She currently holds a 3.7 GPA and is taking a few honors classes as well. We’re so excited to welcome such a phenomenal student-athlete!
I am determined to excel. I am willing to work hard and will “go the extra mile” to accomplish greater things. I dream of going to the Olympics! – Macy Schulte on what she would like college coaches to know about her
Playing at left tackle, welcome Ian Dretka, football recruit, class of 2015 from Wales, Wisconsin (Kettle Moraine HS). As a freshman, his immediate goal is to start on the varsity offensive line next year as a sophomore. And, ultimately, his goal is to be recognized for outstanding performance on the field at both the state and conference division level. Ian has set a high academic goal for himself as well – To earn an honors diploma. Having made the Honor Roll 1st Semester for the 2011-2012 school year, started his track record with a strong 3.2 GPA, and already enrolled himself in an honors course for this upcoming year, Ian has taken some great strides towards that goal. Self-described as determined, it’s clear that description fits. Because for this Kettle Moraine freshman, he doesn’t just set goals, he sets out to achieve them and takes every step necessary on to road to reaching them.
I am determined to go the extra mile, to finish the job and to do the job to the best of my ability. – Ian Dretka on what he would like college coaches to know about him
Also from Wales, Wisconsin (Kettle Moraine HS), welcome Andrew Fuller, football recruit, class of 2013. Playing both wide receiver and safety, Andrew is constantly pushing himself to improve, and not for individual gain, but for that of the team. This Kettle Moraine Laser’s team-oriented attitude and spirit really shine through in several of his goals, and especially his team goal – To perform at an even greater level together, maximize their shared athletic ability and, ultimately, win the state title together. Self-described as a hard-working, respectful go-getter, he aspires to become the best that he can be as both a student and as an athlete. Taking AP and Honors classes and maintaining a solid 3.16, Andrew is definitely on-track to reaching his dreams. And looking towards the future, he plans to major in Law.
It would mean more than anything for me to play football in college. It has been a lifelong goal of mine that I work every day for. – Andrew Fuller on what it would mean to play football in college
We’re so happy to welcome these four great recruits to The Athlete Watch! To learn more about each of these student-athletes, be sure to check out their complete profiles. Just click on a student-athlete’s hyperlinked name to head over to their profile!