How does the NCAA define whether a prospect is considered a recruited athlete? A prospect is considered a recruited athlete if the college takes one of the following actions: If they provide the prospect with an official visit. If they … Read More
January 15th is the first day that athletes in selected sports can sign a Letter of Intent Scholarship Agreement with a junior college. Those sports are baseball, men’s & women’s golf, ice hockey, softball and men’s & women’s tennis. The … Read More
Rick Allen, Founder of Informed Athlete, talks about WHEN & WHY a high school athlete should take the ACT & SAT Tests. Read More
“You need to transfer if you want to get more playing time.”
That’s the last thing that a college athlete wants to hear from his or her coach. Sometimes transfers are initiated by the athlete, but many times they are initiated by the coach.
Throughout the years, I have encountered many different reasons for athlete transfers including coaches moving to another school, athletes wanting to move closer to home, athletes desire to switch schools, or because their scholarship has been reduced or cancelled.
One of the most important decisions that a college athlete recruit will make is which college scholarship offer to accept. The best way to learn about a college or university and the baseball program, that you are interested in or … Read More
It was recently reported by the New York Times that two dietary supplements that are popular with high school football players, Mass Xtreme and Tren Xtreme, contain steroids, according to court documents filed by federal authorities. Search warrants executed by … Read More
If you are a high school senior athlete or parent of a high school athlete who has not signed with a college yet, don’t give up on your dreams. It’s not too late to make it happen! Join us from … Read More