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NCSA in the Wall Street Journal on Recruiting

 NCSA was proud to be featured yesterday’s Wall Street Journal highlighting the quest many high school student athletes take to reach the collegiate level. The article highlighted our past and current success

NCSA was founded in 2000 by Chris Krause, a former full scholarship Vanderbilt University football player. NCSA builds verified scouting reports with enhanced video for student athletes and connects them with college coaches through our Recruit-Match Database.  We then give families verified read reports on college coach viewership as well as guidance along the way.

The WSJ reported our students who are successfully recruited receive financial assistance worth on average $15,400 per year.  We are also proud of an over 90% success rate in placing student athletes that resulted from only accepting qualified student-athletes.

The article also discussed the emergence of new free recruiting databases.  This week NCSA launched our free recruiting platform on Sports Illustrated’s Takkle.com to grow our searchable database with potential student-athletes.

We also want to point out the difference in a database filled with un-verified names and our Recruit-Match Database.  NCSA is the only recruiting service able to offer verified Scouting Reports to college coaches.  Coaches trust our professional athletic assessments to save them valuable time.  The reality is coaches continue to be leery of un-verified data.

Why does an athlete want to take the time to get verified?

We are confident that by continuing to grow our database by visiting high schools across the country as well as taking the extra step to verify student athletes NCSA will leave the field behind.

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Aaron Sorenson