Athletic Recruiting – NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA

With over 1,200 college sports programs and 35,000 college coaches in the United States, becoming an eligible, recruited athlete is a long and complex process that demands a multi-year solid plan and strong organization skills. Do you know how many scholarships are available in your sport? Do you know when the recruiting process starts? How good do you have to be to get a scholarship?

To be successfully recruited, a serious student athlete must actively identify appropriate colleges and coaches before their junior year. If you wait until your junior or senior year to contact coaches, your chances to join a college team will be greatly diminished!

NCAA D1, D2 & D3 all have strict recruiting rules and recent changes include higher Grade Point Averages and SAT/ACT scores. Course selections are critical for NCAA eligibility and mistakes can sabotage your chances!

Michelle has successfully worked with aspiring college athletes in almost every sport – let her help your child’s dream come true! Call today at (781) 591-9211

Division I, II and III sports
When to contact coaches
How to get noticed early
Interview Strategies
Formal vs. Informal Visits
National Letter of Intent
Scholarship Negotiation