Lee Brecheen has been consulting with colleges since 1991…
…During that time, Lee has worked for over 2,000 colleges. What the process entails is that Lee and his staff evaluate the player, make the highlight tape, send the highlight tape out to colleges the way that colleges wanted it to be sent, and then, Lee consults with the colleges year round.
Over the years, Lee has consulted with over 500 parents and have helped them with their kids’ highlight tapes.
One of the most asked questions that Lee has received over the years is “How good is my son?”
Well, the answer may not be the one you are necessarily looking for, but what Lee prides himself on is that he will give you the most honest assessment on how good your son is. The key to this whole process is honesty because you can’t help a kid if you don’t market him to a level he really can play at. Otherwise it is a waste of money and time.
If you are a parent and need direction for your son, please contact Lee at Lbrecheen@aol.com. Even if you are a father that has personally played at the collegiate level and has gone through the recruiting process, things have changed since that time. You also might be a mom, a grandparent, or even an aunt or uncle that may be curious on how it all details. It’s an ever changing landscape and Lee can help you get you through it no matter who you are.Once you email Lee, then, the next step would be a conversation set up through phone call. If your son is part of the 2021, 2022, 2023, or 2024 class, Lee would be happy to talk with you. If your son is younger, then it is too early in the process. However, if your kid is in the next four classes, then, you would need to prepare on what to do and how to go with it in the right way, and not what better way to do it than have one of the most experienced and respected people in the consulting business. However, do not take only our word for it. Here are a couple of parent testimonials on their experience working with Lee over the years!
Father of former Catholic High School [Class of 1999] LSU and NFL Punter Donnie Jones)
Tammy Breaux Mother of former Carencro High School [Class of 2019] Antelope Valley Community College and current LSU Walk-On Quarterback Austen Breaux
Father of former E.D. White Linebacker and current Walk-On Member of the 2019 LSU National Championship Team Aaron Benfield [Class of 2019]
Father of former Archbishop Rummel High School [Class of 2004] Tulane and NFL Offensive Lineman Troy Kropog