|College Baseball Recruiting||College Soccer Recruiting|
|College Basketball Recruiting||College Swimming Recruiting|
|College Football Recruiting||College Tennis Recruiting|
|College Golf Recruiting||College Track & Field Recruiting|
|College Ice Hockey Recruiting||Men’s College Volleyball Recruiting|
|College Lacrosse Recruiting||College Water Polo Recruiting|
|College Rowing Recruiting||College Wrestling Recruiting|
|Women’s College Basketball Recruiting||Women’s College Soccer Recruiting|
|Women’s College Beach Volleyball Recruiting||College Softball Recruiting|
|College Field Hockey Recruiting||Women’s College Swimming Recruiting|
|Women’s Flag Football Recruiting||Women’s College Tennis Recruiting|
|Women’s College Golf Recruiting||Women’s College Track & Field Recruiting|
|Women’s College Gymnastics Recruiting||Women’s College Volleyball Recruiting|
|Women’s College Ice Hockey Recruiting||Women’s College Water Polo Recruiting|
|Women’s College Lacrosse Recruiting||Women’s College Wrestling Recruiting|
|Women’s College Rowing Recruiting|
For many student-athletes, getting recruited for college sports also means receiving an athletic scholarship. Beyond simply finding college athletic scholarships for students, NCSA specializes in matching college coaches with qualified student athletes, as well as proactively guiding each student-athlete and family through the college athletics recruiting process. We take the full measure of a student-athlete’s potential by highlighting their athletic and academic achievements to effectively market them to college coaches throughout the country.
It takes more than dominating as an athlete to get recruited for college sports. Student-athletes have to take a proactive approach to the college athletics recruiting process. Many coaches begin recruiting athletes for college programs long before initial contact is permitted by the NCAA recruiting rules, which means student-athletes need to start marketing themselves to coaches as early as freshman year. The first step is to create a recruiting profile on athletic recruiting websites, like NCSA, and register for the NCAA Eligibility Center.
Yes, college coaches turn to recruiting questionnaires as a way to easily gather important details like contact information, links to online profiles, NCAA ID numbers and more. This allows coaches more time to focus on the athlete evaluation process. It’s important to remember that there are hundreds, if not thousands, of student-athletes filling out recruiting questionnaires, so recruits should look at these questionnaires as just one of many college recruiting tools they should be using to reach out college coaches.
NCSA has spent the last 20 years refining the college recruiting tools that student-athletes need to be successful during their recruiting journey. It all begins with an online recruiting profile and a free self-assessment to help athletes create a game plan for the recruiting process. This, combined with our large college coach network and staff of experienced recruiting coaches and specialists, allows us to help student-athletes and their families confidently navigate the athletic recruiting process.