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Learn from Recruiting Experts in Facebook Live

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The first hurdle any college-bound student-athlete and their family has to cross is actually one of the toughest: understanding what to do, and when, to be successful in recruiting.

That’s why we emphasize education so much, offering online workshops to help families learn the basics in their sport, and answering every student-athlete’s questions about their personal circumstances over the phone.

We’re proud to introduce a new venue to get you even more recruiting tips and advice than ever before: Facebook Live.

Joining any session is easy: just like our Facebook page, and you’ll be able to learn these expert’s tips during the Facebook Live recruiting session.

Like NCSA on Facebook

Who will be hosting the Facebook Live chats

All Facebook Live videos (except where noted) will begin tentatively at 12 p.m. Central, and they’re all hosted by expert recruiters. Included among these recruiting experts are professional players, DI coaches and players, TV broadcasters and more.

They all share a passion for sports and years of experience helping high school student-athletes on their path to college.

You can find out more about any host by clicking on their name below:

Be sure you’ll get notified for Facebook Live videos

It’s easy to verify your settings will let you know when one of our experts is broadcasting. On desktop, click on the dropdown triangle on the button that says you’ve “liked” the Facebook page, then click on “Notifications,” then make sure the box next to “Live Videos” is checked.

On mobile, click on the ellipsis (…), then “Notifications,” and click on the radio button for “Live Videos.”

Join us on Facebook. We can’t wait to answer all of your questions.


If you’d like to talk to a scout who can evaluate your potential as a college athlete, the best way to get started is with a recruiting profile.

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About the author
Andy McKernan

Andy McKernan is the content strategist at NCSA Athletic Recruiting. A content marketer with a background in creative writing, Andy brings several years of experience to NCSA.