Charles Fishbein – Founder/President
Charles Fishbein is the Founder of Elite Scouting Services and has been identifying high school football players for over a decade. His innate eye for those special athletes that deserve the opportunity to play college football has allowed him to earn national recognition with coaches, athletes and peers. Charles has a deep belief that football serves as a vehicle to create opportunities and change lives. “It’s truly a blessing to have the opportunity to do what you truly love and make a living doing it. I wake up every day energized by the responsibility I feel to provide opportunities to those who have separated themselves from the field. We are very proud of our accomplishments to date and are just getting started! We won’t stop until we are identifying talent nationwide.”
Todderick Hunt – Director NE Scouting
Todderick Hunt played high school football and basketball at Woodbridge (N.J.) high school and was a standout under head coach Bill Nyers. He then went on to play collegiate football at Towson (Md.) University under head coach Gordy Combs. Hunt finished up his college studies at Rutgers University, where he earned a degree from the Rutgers Business School in Management. Since the conclusion of his playing days, Hunt has managed StateofRutgers.com, a Rutgers team site that was at one time a part of the Scout.com/Fox Sports Next network. He also wrote, edited, coordinated content for and assisted in the development of the site when it transitioned into an independent venture. Hunt was an executive board member as well as offensive and defensive line coach at America’s Elite Football Camp, held in Colonia, N.J. He also covers New Jersey high school football and basketball recruiting for the Star-Ledger/NJ.com. Hunt works as a football color analyst for Verizon Fios1 Sports. And he is also an executive board member and assistant head coach for the North Edison Shamrocks, a group that won the Central Jersey Division III championship in 2012. Hunt, a member of the Maxwell Football Club, hosted the Maxwell Football Awards dinner in 2012. He is also a part-time contributor to the National Underclassman Combine.
Corey Long – National Development Director
Corey Long has been covering college football recruiting since 1996 with the Tampa Tribune. Over the past 16 years, he has worked for The Ledger in Lakeland, Florida and was the Managing Editor of Florida Football Magazine (later called FNF Florida Magazine) in 2006. After five years at FNF Florida, Corey left and joined the ESPN family where he covered recruiting on ESPN.com and was a contributor to the Recruiting Nation show on ESPNU. In 2013 Long operates the long-form recruiting analysis site FUEL Recruiting (www.FUELrecruiting.com) and is a contributor for the Tampa Bay Times, 247Sports and several other outlets. He is based out of St. Petersburg, FL.
Mike Hopper – Director Marketing and Systems
Mike is a 25-year veteran of interactive design and application development. Bringing technology to the trade show industry earned early success allowing access to fortune 500 client and the development of interactive kiosks, digital multi-media displays and online apps to configure trade show booth arrangements. After 9/11, the industry took a big hit and Mike worked with Shawn Garrity to build the online component of MSL Combines; a company which hosted football combines around the country capturing digital video and athletic stats for on-demand access to college coaches via the internet. Mike currently focuses on local customers in the Las Vegas Valley. He has produced solutions for: SW Gas, Newland Communities (Symphony Park – City of Las Vegas), Harrah’s Entertainment, Metro Police (Homeland Security STIX application), Department of Labor (prime vendor for all marketing and online systems improvement) …. plus a variety of local residential and commercial builders in the Las Vegas valley. Mike is a recognized industry expert and speaks at industry-related events and customer seminars. He also served as past President of Las Vegas Chapter AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) and Board Director for 6 years and served 6 years on the Advisory Board for The Art Institute developing and approving classroom curriculum for graphic art students.