College Recruiting Education


There is more to getting an athletic scholarship than just being a good student-athlete.  Recruits need to be knowledgeable on the College Recruiting Education topics we have covered in this section.  Knowing the NCAA rules and regulations, how to apply for financial aid, college scholarship stats, and what to do on official visits will help while navigating the college recruiting process.  This section is dedicated to educating parents and athletes as they venture through the recruiting process.

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30The NCAA Eligibility Center certifies the academic and amateur credentials of all college-bound student-athletes who wish to compete in NCAA Division 1 or Division 2 athletics.  Don’t jeopardize your chance to play college athletics, review this section!

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EligibilityNot every high school athlete will receive an athletic scholarship.  Athletes should have a financial backup plan to help pay for college.  This section covers a wide range of topics that will help families prepare for the costs of college.

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54The NCAA has rules in place that limit a college recruiters exposure to high school athletes.  Knowing what these terms mean will help athletes understand the recruiting process.

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The College RanksWe have been helping athletes since 2008 get college scholarships.  We have come across a lot of great questions, and in this section, we highlight some of the more common questions asked by families.

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53Having good grades can significantly increase your chances of a college scholarship.  College coaches are looking for players that are smart and won’t be an issue to qualify academically.  Make sure you know how important the ACT and SAT are in the college recruiting process.

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CJatGaTechIt is important as you become a college prospect that you fully understand how to use official and unofficial visits to your benefit.  The media has really taken to offers and recruits signing national letters of intent, so we examine what those mean in the recruiting process.

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45It’s important for high school athletes to know how many athletic scholarships are available for their sport.  Not every athlete is going to play division one athletics; therefore, it is important to know what college levels offer a scholarship opportunity.

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junior-recruitingThere are two major categories when it comes to Sports Recruiting Services.  Most services are either a College Recruiting Service or a College Scouting Service.  We’ll take a closer look at the differences that each service provides to its customers.

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masonmurray1The NAIA is a great association for student-athletes looking to compete at a high level.  The NAIA offers championships in 13 different men’s and women’s sports, and awards more than $450 million dollars in financial aid each year.  Find out more information about what the NAIA has to offer.

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The NJCAA route (often known as JUCO) is a great opportunity for those athletes that didn’t qualify academically or looking to improve their skill set.  There are over 525 NJCAA institutions with  nearly 60,000 student-athletes.  Learn more about the recruiting of a JUCO athlete.

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The NCAA transfer rules are confusing to understand. We’ll try to simply for athletes and parents what you Screenshot 2016-08-10 14.27.45need to know when transferring. This guide will determine what kind of transfer you are, and the path that you need to take.

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