Has your athlete been offered a scholarship? The month of November will bring two key National Letter of Intent signing dates for athletes in all sports other than football and a couple of other selected sports: November 1, 2016: All … Read More
Recent posts by Rick Allen
As of October 15th, prospects who have completed high school can now take an additional set of 5 official visits to NCAA Division I universities, even if they already took 5 official visits while they were in high school. There … Read More
Transferring to an NCAA school? Make sure you know the NCAA rules & how they affect your eligibility!
We recently received this e-mail from an athlete: “I signed an NLI last Fall as a JUCO transfer to a Division II track program, but wasn’t informed until two weeks into this semester that I didn’t meet the academic requirements … Read More
Many of you, especially if you are fans of college football, have probably heard about the transfer plans of Blake Barnett, a former quarterback for the University of Alabama. Barnett made the headlines of sports websites around the country last … Read More
If you are a high school athlete who is hoping to compete at an NCAA DI college, you should be aware of the new NCAA DI Freshman Eligibility Requirements. With the new NCAA DI Freshman Eligibility Requirements now in place, if you … Read More
Many colleges have already started classes for the Fall semester or quarter, but there are others that don’t start classes until next week after Labor Day. A question that we often receive this time of year is whether a college … Read More
NCAA Division I coaches in almost all sports can place recruiting phone calls and send text messages to HS juniors beginning September 1st!! *The only exceptions to the September 1st start date are football coaches, who can begin to … Read More
I frequently get calls asking if a student-athlete is considered a “transfer athlete.” This is important because if a student-athlete is defined as a transfer athlete, they have to follow strict guidelines to be immediately eligible at their next school … Read More
If your athlete just finished their junior year of high school and has a goal of competing at the NCAA Division I or II level, you should have them register with the NCAA Eligibility Center, if they haven’t already done … Read More
When I worked on campus, the hardest thing I had to do was tell an athlete they weren’t academically eligible to play their sport.
If you are a High School prospect entering your senior year and graduating in 2017, NOW is the time to review your course enrollment to make sure you are on track to meet the NCAA or NAIA freshman eligibility requirements. Many … Read More