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Exposure University (ExposureU) was established in 2018 as the premiere development program in the Midwest. The mission of Exposure University LLC is to positively impact student-athletes on and off the field through development programs including life skills, academic support, recruiting education and athletic development.
Exposure U offers the following on site and off-site programs to develop student-athletes on and off the field:
ExposureU All-Star Game 2019
Nothing builds teamwork better than playing football next to 10 other people. You all have to be on the same page and work for a common goal. You can't always be the hero that saves the day, and that's what teamwork is about, do your job. ExposureU comes in contact with over 200 + Athletes a year.
Prices vary due to the season. We offer media, camps, showcases, an elite ranking system, and much more. We offer our youth and their parents the best exposure and events to attend at a GREAT PRICE.
We are exposing the VERY BEST of the best across the nation. In order to do that, we must provide the best training, coaching staff, and program. ExposureU athletes understand the work it takes to be number one, we provide the platform to showcase their talent.
We are growing every year. This year we are headed to Canada to showcase their talented youth! With football having around 4.8 billion fans, we will continue our marathon for generations and continue to grow.
Every serious high school athlete has a similar dream for the next step of their athletic lives—to get recruited and play their sport of choice in college. If things go especially well, they'll even earn some kind of scholarship.
But sometimes it's not this simple.
Whether it was a lack of exposure, a badly timed injury, or a combination of countless potential factors, the student-athlete isn't getting recruited in the way they were hoping. The best-case scenario doesn't always happen—even if everything possible is done to set up the student-athlete for future success. So if this happens, what options are available for a soon-to-be college student to keep the sport they love in their lives for another four years?
Interested in becoming a sponsor of Exposure University?