Division I Archive

25 Days: 25 Tips About Athletic Recruiting

We've created the 25 Days of Recruiting: helpful recruiting advice, every day, for 25 days, all based on legendary holiday movies.

How College Athletes Eat For Free

Since the NCAA changed its rule about incidental meals in April, college student-athletes are able to train better, and harder, because of the new meal options available to them.

The High School Coach’s Role In Setting Student Expectations

Charlie Adams explains how legendary high school football coaches Chris Geesman and Dick Dullaghan set students' expectations.

What College Has The Right Athletics and Academics For You?

We've released the 2014 NCSA Power Rankings to help you compare schools based on their academic and athletic achievements.

Reality Check: 3 Signs You’re not a DI Athlete

Many student-athletes dream about playing at the highest level. But not everyone knows the reality about DI athletes. Here are 3 ways to know if you're one.

A New Partnership To Help Softball Players: The Packaged Deal

We've created a partnership with The Packaged Deal to help softball players become the best they can be.

What The Early Signing Period Means For Your Recruiting Journey

Every November, high school athletes in most sports sign the National Letter of Intent during the early signing period. Here's how it affects you.

FAQ: Is It Possible To Play Baseball In College If I’m A Senior Who Hasn’t Committed Yet?

Common tips for senior baseball recruits without commitments who are still looking to make a connection with college coaches.

What I Learned From My College Football Recruiting Journey

Johnny Mago describes how he confronted and realigned his expectations for college football recruiting and became First Team All-American.

Why A Game Plan Is Paramount to Basketball Recruiting

It's not enough to just play and go to games and exposure events. Create a game plan to get ahead in college basketball recruiting.