About Us

Play. Learn. Grow.

Veritas Athlete Development provides both academic and athletic development programs for high school athletes seeking to enter the collegiate realm. This is what we do and how we do it.

Recruiting Assistance

Markets the athlete to college coaches, and ensures that the athlete finds the best fit for them athletically, academically, and socially

Includes targeting schools, contacting coaches, making highlight videos, organizing camps, scheduling visits, and securing offers

Strength & Conditioning

Develops the athlete’s athletic potential in the areas of strength/conditioning and speed/agility

Our Strength and Conditioning program  takes place 3 days per week for 1 hour each day to accommodate athlete’s schedule


Develops the academic potential of the athlete through standardized test prep and subject-specific tutoring

Standardized test prep prepares students for the ACT and/or SAT through an online application and in-person review sessions.  Subject-specific tutoring is completed in-person.

Our Mission

We create opportunities for high school student-athletes at the college level. We will get your athlete to college for their sport as long as they come prepared to put in the work to succeed.


On average, our athletes have gained over 10 weeks:

  • 37 lbs. on Bench Press
  • 36 lbs. on Powerclean
  • 77 lbs. on Squat
  • 2″ on Vertical Jump

We have maintained a 100% placement rate for our athletes enrolled in recruiting services.

Richie Cox

Richie Cox is a graduate of Harvard University, where he played both football and baseball. He was able to continue his athletic career with a short stint in the CIFL, which is an indoor football league at the professional level. He is a certified Performance Enhancement Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. An All-State High School Football Player, Richie has been through the recruiting process and the most difficult admissions process in the world at Harvard University.

Arian Razzaghi

Arian Razzaghi is a graduate of Harvard University, where he majored in Human Evolutionary Biology. He was heavily recruited by Ivy League Schools for soccer coming out of high school, but decided to forego his soccer career to attend Harvard. Arian has also interned with Morgan Stanley and founded the Refresh Bolivia Project, a project aimed at reforming the sanitation of water in Bolivia. His business and entrepreneurial experience helped make Veritas a reality.

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