OUR VISION: Change the Game!
We pride ourselves on offering a bespoke service with advisers of the highest expertise. Our team consists of Ivy League Alumni, former All-Americans, National Champions and campus society leaders. We all share one thing in common - a dedication to excellence. We are committed to maximising the potential of every student and providing them with a firsthand insight into the American university experience. Our vision is to do something nobody has ever done before and our aim is to ensure that no matter the background, every student-athlete has the same access to this fantastic opportunity.
Name: Jonathan Ilori
High School: Royal Hospital School
Alma Mater: University of Missouri '15
Major: International Studies
Minor: French Language and Culture
Position: Managing Director
About: A product of America’s best collegiate sports league - the Southeastern Conference (SEC), Jonathan traded his days on the Royal Hospital School’s playing fields for the world class facilities of the University of Missouri. There he amassed a plethora of accolades during his college Track and Field career, most notably a a silver medal at the Big 12 Championships and a bronze medal at the SEC Championships in the Triple Jump. In 2014, Jonathan qualified for the NCAA Championships Finals, entering the competition as the no.9 seed. There he earned an All-American Honourable Mention. Off the track Jonathan was heavily involved in the university community. In addition he is a keen drummer and actor; starring in a Mizzou theatre production. Upon graduating, he returned to the UK and founded RightTrack. He manages student-athletes in all sports.
Name: Nana Owusu-Nyantekyi
High School: Eton College
Alma Mater: Princeton University '15
Major: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Minor: Spanish Language and Culture
About: Nana's wide range of academic and athletic interests have taken him across the globe. Hailing from Ghana he grew up in the UK before embarking on university studies in America. During his junior year at Princeton, he studied abroad in Argentina learning Spanish and Latin American History. A stellar Track and Field athlete, he earned 2 All-Ivy selections and was the 2015 Ivy League Outdoor Triple Jump Champion. As a student-athlete he helped the Princeton team win 8 Ivy League Championships in four years including two triple crowns. Nana spent a year in Nashville, Tennessee pursuing his athletic interests training at a professional level before returning to the UK in 2016. He manages student-athletes in all sports.
Name: Sarah Abrams
High School: Farnborough Sixth Form
Alma Mater: Harvard University '15
Major: Human Evolutionary Biology
Minor: Mind Brain & Behaviour
Position: Associate Director - Academics & Ivy League Athletic Admissions
About: As a high school scholar and international level athlete, Sarah sought out a world class education at Harvard to further her interests. During her four years, she spent a summer in Italy studying at a neuroimaging centre, and received funding to research the effects of exercise on stress for her senior thesis. Aside from academics, Sarah immersed herself in the opportunities available: volunteering within the homeless community, playing on both varsity and club sports teams, and becoming Vice President of a social organisation. After a year of working as an analyst, Sarah is now reading medicine at Imperial College. She directs the curriculum for student-athletes preparing for the SAT/ACT and supports those interested in playing Ivy League sports.
Name: Rachel Hignett
High School: St. Cyres / SGS College (Filton)
Alma Mater: University of Missouri '16
Position: Scout - Soccer & Field Hockey
About: Rachel has a background in a wide range of sports, including soccer, tennis, field hockey and karate. An aspiring Welsh international, her passion for soccer took her across the globe to the University of Missouri. During her time in America, Rachel played in a competitive SEC conference whilst helping her team to two NCAA tournament berths. Academically, Rachel secured a place on the SEC academic honour roll and Dean's list accolades as well as graduating early. She was a keen member of the community, volunteering at several events. Upon graduating, she returned to the UK and seeks to continue to play soccer at the highest level possible while supporting other student-athletes through their own aspirations. Rachel brings top-level experience to the team, identifying talent in both soccer and field hockey.
Name: James Alaka
High School: Ravens Wood School
Alma Mater: University of Washington ‘14
Major: Comparative History of Ideas
Position: Senior Consultant - Track & Field
About: A three time national age group sprint champion before his 19th birthday, James decided to test his skills on the collegiate level when he enrolled at the University of Washington in 2010. Competing in the hallowed Pac 12 conference, he became Washington’s second most successful sprinter of all time. During his illustrious career, he was a three time conference champion, including the sprint double at the 2011 Pac 10 meet and second team NCAA All-American, as well as multiple honourable mentions. On this side of the pond, he won the 2011 European U23 100m title in a closely contested race. After graduation, James continued in the sport until his retirement after the 2016 season where he left a mark as the 31st fastest 200m runner in British history. A well-decorated student-athlete, James brings a tremendous wealth of experience and expertise to the team, specifically in the sport of Track & Field.
Name: Myles McGinley
High School: Flint Hill
Alma Mater: Princeton University '15
Major: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Minor: East Asian Studies
Position: Soccer Specialist
About: Myles has teamed up with the RightTrack team to provide soccer specific insights on the college recruiting process. Born in England, Myles grew up playing soccer around the Washington, DC area where he was captain of the DC UNited academy team at almost all youth levels. His U18 DC United squad was the finalist in US academy national tournament. He chose to go to Princeton and was a 4 year starter there. Myles captained the Princeton's Mens Soccer team as a senior and led them to their first Ivy League Championship in four years. Now living in New York, Myles is always looking for a way to help young soccer players navigate their way to a successful youth, or even professional career.