, a free online network that gives high school athletes a connection to college recruiters, has added a feature that will allow users to share their athletic and academic profiles through MySpace, Facebook or personal Web sites too.

beRecruited Player Cards is a widget that easily integrates information, including photos, video and statistics, from beRecruited profiles to share across various digital platforms.

“Our focus on technology and our results-driven platforms have allowed us to grow at a record pace, solidifying our position as the largest online recruiting service in our industry,” said Jeff Cravens, president of beRecruited. "This widget shares an athlete’s success and scholarship quest with the online world.”

Chicago-based digital Web service firm, Inverted Creative, helped develop the beRecruited Player Cards.

"Leveraging a widget to extend the beRecruited brand beyond their Web site to spread virally across social platforms is a proven way to engage with more users,” said Michael T. Quintos, CEO of Inverted Creative. “I believe this application works perfectly with their business model and will strike a popular chord with users, as well as the industry."

Founded in 2000 by collegiate swimmer Ryan Spoon of Duke University, beRecruited has more than 185,000 total registered users. The company reported record growth for 2007 and cited a 132% increase of registered student-athletes and a 490% increase in unique visitors.