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Welcome to your recruiting resources page. The hardest thing about recruiting for your athlete is understanding where to start. There are many resources online to help you through this process but if you do not know where to begin it can be overwhelming. Because of this we have put together a couple resources to help you and your athlete understand what needs to be done to start the recruiting process. Resources on this page are; information on starting a Twitter account, important dates, rules and regulations and some parent resources.

The image to the left is an example of what a players twitter profile should look like. If you click on the image you will be taken to a page that explains the do's and don't of a high school athletes Twitter profile.

This is a link to a FB group called "Educating Parents of HS Athletes On The College Recruiting Process". Lots of info!

There are many rules and regulations when recruiting or being recruited. Here is a link to the NCAA Divisions I & II, recruiting calendar and guides.

Understanding the recruiting process is important for any parent and athlete but if an athlete is not preforming academically, chances of actually being recruited decrease. Here are some of the academic requirements that the NCAA requires to be an eligible Division I athlete. A minimum GPA of 2.3 in approved core-courses. An Earned Score of 900 on the SAT or an ACT sum of 75. We understand that not all athletes will play at a Division I level but if DI is your standard the sky will be your limit!

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