College Recruiting.docx


Want to play for College? Find out more at www.NCAA.org 

Some Tips:   

  • Visit NCAA.org/playcollegesports to learn more about opportunities available at NCAA schools.
  • Know current and future academic standards for Division I and Division II (2018).
  • Complete NCAA-approved courses throughout high school. Your high school counselor can help.
  • Register with the NCAA Eligibility Center at eligibilitycenter.org during your sophomore year if you are interested in Division I or II sports participation.
  • After six semesters, send official transcripts from all high schools attended to the NCAA Eligibility Center. 


Here are a few suggestions that may be helpful to you in your process.

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Register for a free profile at
University Athlete
.  Student-athletes should register as early as 9th grade to as late as 12th grade.  You can create a profile and upload videos for free to this site as nearly every college coach uses this site to locate information about an athlete they are interested in.

 
Here are a few helpful Links:

National Letter of Intent
Quick Reference Guide to NLI
Things to Know About Volleyball Recruiting from 2010
Recruiting Etiquette 101: Do’s and Don’ts
Recruiting Process – Dos and Don’ts - PDF
7 Tips for Creating a Recruitment Volleyball Video - PDF



Here are a few helpful videos:
The 5 Biggest Mistakes in Volleyball Recruiting
The 5 Things You Need to Know
How to Make A Great Volleyball Recruiting Video– the basics of what to include in an email and video introduction.

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