NCAA Eligibility

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NCAA Eligibility

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CLICK HERE to access the NCAA Eligibility Center website.

CLICK HERE to access the Division I Initial Eligibility Toolkit.

CLICK HERE for answers, facts and tips regarding NCAA college-bound student-athletes.

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Recruiting 101

  • A student-athlete must take ownership of this process.  The coach can only help/guide in this process. 
  • Learn about the recruiting process for your sport; official/unofficial visits, contacts, calls, Clearinghouse, etc…
  • Academics play a key role in recruiting.  A good transcript gives a student-athlete more options.
    • The more A’s & B’s the better.
    • This “doing my best” mindset must begin in the student-athlete’s freshmen year.
    • Know the eligibility requirements
  • College Guidance Office will be very instrumental in this process.
  • Hudl/video, what a college coach evaluates, can be very instrumental in the process.
  • Go to camps, combines, showcases, etc…  The student-athlete must get themselves seen.  In most sports, the sooner the better.  But understand, his profile – speed, quickness, skills, becomes what he does, not what he says he can do. 

United Faith Christian Academy is providing the following helpful document links to help guide the student-athlete and his family in the recruiting process. [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

Helpful Documents

  1. NCAA Quick Reference Sheet
  2. NCAA Clearinghouse Checklist
  3. NCAA D1 & D2 Worksheet

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