Here’s an Advanced Recruiting Technique to Connect with Coaches

This advanced recruiting technique will integrate your profiles to help college coaches connect with you.

NCSA Recruit Jared Goff Goes No. 1 in the NFL Draft

A few years back, a lanky, tow-headed student-athlete from California signed up for NCSA looking to achieve his dream of playing sports in college. In his personal statement, he told prospective schools that he “will bring leadership,

NCAA Reverses Ban on Satellite Camps

Like Deflategate, the NCAA and satellite camps is a story that continually contradicts itself. In the latest chapter, the NCAA Board of Directors has reversed course and decided to allow satellite camps, going against their previous decision

The End of Your Athletic Career Is a New Beginning

No matter how good you are, your athletic career is eventually going to come to an end. Even the legendary Kobe Bryant just hung up his kicks and called it quits. Many student-athletes struggle with the “pivot,”

Should homeschooled student-athletes play for public schools?

(Flickr – NWABR) Long before Tebowing entered the lexicon and years before winning the Heisman Trophy, Tim Tebow broke records and caused controversy at Nease High School in Florida. Tebow, who was homeschooled, got to suit up

How Will You Handle the NCAA’s Rule Change About Coaches Texting Athletes?

The new NCAA rules will allow a college coach texting athletes as part of recruiting for their program. Will you know how to reply?

5 health benefits of running in the Boston Marathon

(Flickr – Tom Thai) Today thousands of people of all ages, shapes and sizes will run the 26.2 miles from Hopkinton to Boston, Massachusetts. While that much running may sound like punishment to many, the participants in

Parents Can Now Go on Official Visits for Free

Choosing the right college is a big decision for both student-athletes and their parents. In recognition of importance of parental input, colleges will now foot the bill for parents to join their children on official visits. Quit

Here’s Why You Should Be Calling Coaches

This infographic about calling coaches will help you know how to make the best first impression when you talk to college coaches.

Here’s Why UConn’s Dominance Is Good For Women’s Basketball

The UConn women’s basketball team won their fourth consecutive national championship last Tuesday. During this unprecedented title-run, the Huskies had a 151-5 record and routinely blew out their opponents. This year’s team was ridiculously dominant, winning every