Scorability Raises $11M in Seed Funding


Scorability, an Austin, TX-based provider of a platform for matching athletes with college athletics programs, raised $11M in Seed funding.

Backers included Next Coast Ventures and Silverton Partners, alongside Scorability’s co-founders.

The company intends to use the funds to build the team across multiple departments, develop its recruiting tech and user experiences, and to bring those products to market by early 2024.

Led by Brian Cruver and Brett Andrew, Scorability improves college athletics recruiting by making it more efficient, transparent, and honest. Coaches at every level in every sport can use its engine to identify, engage, and attract players for their programs. Prospective student athletes benefit from a more direct and process, avoiding unnecessary effort and money during their journey.

The platform will include every athlete in every sport, with features that include sophisticated matching and predictive analytics. The technology is designed to identify elite athletes, and to steer all athletes to programs where they can be successful.

Scorability aims to become the new standard platform through which 28,000 college sports programs find, evaluate, and engage with millions of prospective student athletes.