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We work to provide the best advice and for athletes looking for college scholarships and help in the recruiting process. We provide free access to our database with the contact information for every college coach. Depending on your sport we have you covered. Click on your sport below:
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You will know you are being recruited once you are receiving personalized letters, emails or phone calls from college coaches. Most of the time if you are unsure if you are being recruited, that means you are not.

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The NCAA receives 180,000 athletes transcripts each year. They only process roughly 70,000. They prioritize athletes the following way
1) Who has all of their information in first
2) Who has been requested by a university
3) Fall, Winter then Spring sports

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Institutional Request Lists or an "IRL" are used by universities to tell the NCAA what athletes they are recruiting. You do not get cleared by just registering with the NCAA and sent in all of your document. You have to be getting recruited by a college coach and have them request your final eligibility from the NCAA.

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Only DI Football (FBS), Basketball, W Tennis, W Volleyball, W Gymnastics are guaranteed full-ride scholarships. At all other sports and division levels, scholarships are negotiated. Here are some tips on how to find a full-ride opportunity.

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Coaches take months or years to fully evaluate a recruit. However, it can take a coach only 30 seconds to decide not to recruit you.

Don't expect a scholarship offer right away, be prepared to get to know the coaches and learn about their program.

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College coaches aren't just looking for the biggest and fastest athletes. Every coach is building a team and you don't build a team with just stars. Find out how coaches evaluate athletes and put yourself in position to get recruited.

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Over 180,000 athletes register with the NCAA every year and many of them do so because they think it is something that will get them recruited. The NCAA Eligibility Center is designed for universities to get the eligibility status of the athletes they are ALREADY recruiting.

It is not used by coaches to find athletes.

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Recruiting highlight or skills videos are not optional, they are required. Here are some helpful tips on what videos should include, how to make them and where to put them online to give you the best chance of being discovered.

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You can lose scholarships for all sorts of different reasons. When you are discussing a scholarship with a coach, you want to find out how safe your scholarship is?

What happens if you get injured?
What happens if you don't perform?
What happens if you improve?
What happens if there is a coaching change?

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