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Every College Program You Can Interact With On GMTM - July 2021

ByScotty Jenkins

Published on Sat Jun 26 2021


6 min read

Every College Program You Can Interact With On GMTM - July 2021

GMTM is the home of more virtual college visits than anywhere else. Featuring colleges at every level of college athletics and teams competing in a bunch of different sports, claiming your profile and being seen by more college coaches is simple.

Below, you can see which Virtual Visits are available for your sport. Whether you're a top prospect in your class or a parent looking to learn more about the recruiting process, GMTM's Virtual Visits are the best way to meet real college coaches and gain exposure.


Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. is one of the nations most unique programs in NCAA Division III. Recruiting primarily athletes with hearing loss or impairments, Gallaudet is the the top destination for athletes who want to compete with coaches and teammates that use American Sign Language.

The Bison Baseball program is one of the team's that excels in the NEAC. Their Head Coach, Curtis Pride, has been with Gallaudet for 13 seasons as of 2021 and is excited to meet his next recruits in their Virtual Visit.

Women's Basketball

Emerging as one of the winningest Women's Basketball programs in all of the NCAA since 2015, the University of Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves have been filling their trophy case because of excellent national recruiting.

Now, with the Alaska-Anchorage Women's Basketball Virtual Visit more young basketball athletes can get a glimpse inside this historic program and put their name of Head Coach Ryan McCarthy's radar.

A beautiful and affordable small college with a big city feel is what most will point to when they talk about Rhode Island College. But, the reigning LEC Champion Women's Basketball team is working hard to become the real draw to RIC's Providence campus.

Could you be the next prospect the Anchorwomen need to continue competing for a conference title each year? Find out in the RIC Women's Basketball Virtual Visit.

Located near Division I powerhouse Clemson University, the smaller Southern Wesleyan University doesn't live in the shadows by any means. SWU is among many historic teams in Division II's Conference Carolinas and Head Coach John Davis wants to see if you're the right fit to continuing the tradition.

Playing in Division III's Empire 8 Conference is just about the best way for a young person to get introduced to life around America's biggest city. Competing all over upstate New York and against colleges throughout the Northeast, Utica's Women's Basketball team faces a true test every game in one of D-III's most layered conferences.

You've heard of the the awesome mission that Gallaudet athletics is on, but that doesn't let you into some of the awesome competitors they have on each team. The Gallaudet Women’s Basketball team is no exception, fielding talented athletes from across the country.

Each of Gallaudet's talented female athletes brings a story with them on recruitment and Head Coach Kevin Cook wants to know yours.

Men's Basketball

This interactive Virtual Visit from the Men's Basketball program at Oberlin College was GMTM's first men's college basketball event. Head Coach Isaiah Cavaco personally welcomes all prospects to Williams Field House, where the Yeomen play their home games at the campus southwest of Cleveland, Ohio.

As a private liberal-arts school and conservatory, Oberlin is one of the more unique schools partnering with GMTM to host a Virtual Visit. Playing for Oberlin is an awesome opportunity for athletes who want to pursue art or music while competing at a high level in Division-III basketball.

Field Hockey


Take a look inside one of the most exciting programs in the PAC. This Division III program is an excellent opportunity for athletes who want to keep competing at a high level and have the same exciting in-state rivalries they had at the prep level.

Make sure you check this other Division III who has some of the best facilities in the nation. It gives you big school experience in a small town and will help you strive in whatever direction you choose to go in. They also just renovated their locker rooms, and you could be apart of the first group of athletes to experience it.

  • Memphis Virtual Visit

The Division I football program that has produced an insane 96 NFL players, including some big names such as Dontari Poe and DeAngelo Williams, are looking for athletes for this upcoming 2021 season right now. Make sure you check it out and compete to make you take advantage of this excellent opportunity.

Take a look at the Albright College virtual visit where they show off their campus, football team, facilities, and much more. They are looking for top-notch athletes, so they can keep dominating their competition.

Just three years ago, Army was named ECAB Division I FBS Team Of The Year and is now looking for elite players to fill out their roster. Make sure you check out their facilities and compete in this event for an opportunity to play for this Division I school.

Usually, Division III schools don't get too much attention, but Saint Vincent College has somehow ended up getting national coverage consistently. Make sure to take a look at this program that allows you to get your name out on the national level.

Since 1864, Gallaudet has been breaking barriers on and off the field. They help students that have disabilities work around their issues, so they can meet their goals. On top of this, they have an elite Division III football team that has produced multiple NFL players!

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