RESOURCES

Great sites and materials to help guide you through the recruiting process. The more you can educate yourself and take this process into your own hands, the better!

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RECRUITING INFO.

  • Recruiting-101.com — Created to help parents, athletes, and even high school coaches throughout difficult time known as the recruiting. Like SportsPage, Recruiting-1o1 was founded by a former collegiate student-athlete/coach and provides free articles.
  • PlayInSchool.com — Founded by a former collegiate baseball player to provide prospects the type of videos that college coaches want to see. If you’re looking for a highlight video with grunge music and fireworks, this isn’t your guy. However, if you want a video of what coaches want to see, this guy can do it for you.
  • Total Performance — State-of-the-art SPARQ certified training facility run by a former MLB draft pick of the Florida Marlins and SportsPage’s “Sports Performance and Fitness Specialist” in residence.
  • Double-A Zone Blog — Official blog of the NCAA.

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ORGANIZATIONS

  • NCAA.com — National Collegiate Athletic Association
  • NAIA.com — National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
  • NJCAA.com — National Junior College Athletic Association

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ACADEMIC INFO.

  • NCAA Eligibility Center — The NCAA Eligibility Center will certify the academic and
    amateur credentials of all college-bound student-athletes who wish to compete in NCAA Division I or II athletics.
  • CoreCourseGPA.com — Free web-based software that allows school counselors, coaches, parents and student-athletes to easily track a student-athlete’s progress towards meeting NCAA Eligibility Center requirements for both Division I and Division II. Use this! Check with your athletic director, coach or guidance counselor to sign up.
  • NAIA Eligibility — Different forms show you what it takes to be eligible to compete at the NAIA level.

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CALENDARS

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GUIDES & MATERIALS

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OTHER STUFF YOU SHOULD CHECK OUT

  • CollegeWeekends.com — An online platform for connecting visitors of college towns with owners of short-term and vacation rental properties. Tired of staying in bad hotels? This is a great option to consider as you plan your college visits.
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