Our People

NCSA's staff of former college athletes, coaches and scouts will help you compete for scholarships.We know who you are: an athlete on the verge of making the next step, confident in your ability to raise your game to the next level, just hoping to be noticed, to be given the opportunity to play your game. We've been there.

Most of our nearly 500-strong staff competed at the college level. Now, working with NCSA allows us to help others earn the same opportunity.For people who know the value of college athletics—who continue to benefit from its lessons and values well beyond the span of a college athletic career—it's just about the most rewarding job you can find. We at NCSA share that viewpoint—and a common passion for what we do. In fact, many of us think of it less as a job and more as a lifestyle. But we don’t just bring a real love for college sports; our people bring decades upon decades of experience in college athletics and beyond.

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Dan Gregg

Senior National Scout
Augustana College
I am a living testament to the effectiveness of NCSA. I took advantage of the many options NCSA offered as a high school senior, and it was a huge success. I landed with a great football program and a perfect fit for my situation. I was very satisfied with my football experience in college.

Adam Greuling

VP of Engineering
University of Michigan
Growing up playing every sport I could find gave me a deep appreciation for the dedication, intelligence and hard work that athletics require. A three sport athlete in high school, my collegiate aspirations were cut short by a series of injuries. I came to work at NCSA to be a part of helping young women and men achieve what I missed out on.

Bill Griffith

Head Scout
Emporia State University
I came to NCSA to maintain my positive influence with student athletes and their families. Coaching at the high school, junior college, and four year level for a total of 15 years, I still maintain those relationships with all my former student athletes and families.

Robert Gross

Eastern Illinois University
I was born and raised in Algonquin, Illinois. I was a varsity baseball player and received several offers to play for small schools in college.

Matt Gustafson

Baldwin Wallace University
Playing college baseball was always a dream of mine and when I went through the recruiting process I soon figured out how confusing and tough it can be. I went through the NCSA program myself and found that their services and people made it easier for me to find the right fit academically and athletically.

Zach Haas

Head Scout
Arcadia University
I am a former All Conference DIII baseball player, a former high school baseball coach, a former travel baseball coach and have spent the last 3 seasons as an Assistant Baseball Coach at Alvernia University (PA). I recognize and am passionate about the value and responsibility of being a student athlete.

Nick Halkias

Assistant Recruiting Coach
Columbia College Chicago
I have coached H.S Football for the past 13 seasons. I am originally from Pennsylvania and Coached at Red Land High School for ten years before moving to Chicago.

April Hall

Head Scout
Tiffin University
I joined NCSA to help student-athletes find the right college that will help them achieve their athletic, academic and life goals. As a former college head volleyball coach with Division I, II and III experience, I know what coaches are looking for in their prospects and can give a unique guide into what the recruiting process looks like from all angles.

Trace Hammond

University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
What drew me to NCSA was the opportunity to help student-athletes realize their dream of playing collegiality. I want to help student-athletes and their families have more opportunities than I did when I was in high school. I was a two-sport athlete in high school, playing both baseball and football.

Cammy Harms

Head Scout
Arizona State University
Coming Soon...

Kamille Harris

Lewis University
I went Lewis University and after graduating as a Division II All-American, I made it my mission to help as many people as I could. As a college scout, I’m able to educate families and help change lives each day.

Davide Harris

Head Baseball Recruiting Coach
Lawrence University
I didn't have anyone to guide me in the recruiting process, but I was able to play baseball at Lawrence University. Now, I want to help players find where their opportunities lie and discover the best one for them.

Jacob Hartman

University of Kansas
I have had a passion for sports my entire life. Growing up I played basketball, golf, tennis, football and baseball.

Will Hass

Augustana College
Football has always been my number one passion in life. I was fortunate enough to continue my career at the college level, even after suffering a knee injury.

Ben Hastreiter

Sports has been my life and the knowledge that I possess could fill a textbook. Let me help you get on your way to living out your dream.

Cassie Hawk

Video Coordinator Assistant
Grand Canyon University
More coming soon.

Zack Hayward

Head Recruiting coach
Geneva College
Born and Raised in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, I attended Geneva College where I earned both NCAA recognition and NCCAA accolades. I played both football and basketball at Geneva while earning my degrees in Business Administration and Sports Management.

Drew Heckmon

Head Scout
Carthage College
I graduated from Woodstock High School in 2006. During my attendance at Woodstock, I was co-captain of both the varsity football and basketball teams. I was named to the All-Conference basketball team and was a state finalist in the Illinois 3 Point Shooting Competition, finishing 5th overall. I went on to graduate from Carthage College in 2010 with a degree in Business Administration.

Kristin Heidloff

Head Recruiting Coach
Georgetown University
As a former Division I women’s basketball player and high school coach, working at NCSA was a natural fit for me.

Chris Heimann

Head Scout
Knox College
My college recruiting process was drastically different from others because I was the coach's kid. Not all kids have an experienced coach helping them make their college decision. Knox College was the perfect fit because it allowed me to fulfill two dreams – playing collegiate basketball and playing for my Dad.