At NCSA College Recruiting, we take pride in being compliant with the NCAA. This designation means we are able to assist all 9,884 NCAA D1, D2 and D3 football and basketball coaches actively using the NCSA network to find athletes, but more importantly, continue educating student-athletes and families so they can succeed throughout the recruiting process.
NCAA Division 1 coaches are permitted to subscribe to this service for men’s basketball, women’s basketball and football. For more information, visit the NCAA website.
NCSA has relationships with more than 35,000 college coaches and over 22,000 collegiate programs across the country. During the 2018-2019 season, NCSA had more 745,000 searches made by college coaches on our platform, looking for recruits across all divisions from NCAA D1 to NAIA to NCCAA to NJCAA.
18.104.22.168 Recruiting or Scouting Services. An institution may subscribe to a recruiting or scouting service involving prospective student-athletes, provided the institution does not purchase more than one annual subscription to a particular service and the service: [D] (Adopted: 1/1/02, Revised: 8/5/04, 1/16/10, 4/13/10, 1/14/12, 7/26/12, 1/15/14.)
We are a team of former collegiate athletes and coaches who evaluate and qualify prospective student-athletes. Before any prospective student-athlete and their family decide to join the NCSA Network, they will go through a recruiting assessment with a recruiting expert to learn about the process, where they stand and get a chance to see what we provide. Any prospective student-athlete can join for free before they enroll into a customized membership.
NCSA is compliant with NCAA in how we provide information to college coaches, since every college and university has access to NCSA for free. College coaches can click here to register for the Recruiting Management System and start connecting with potential recruits.
We do not provide information in any form about prospective student-athletes beyond the standardized, consistent information that is provided to all coaches.
After becoming a student-athlete, an individual shall not be eligible for participation in intercollegiate athletics if the individual accepts any remuneration for or permits the use of his or her name or picture to advertise, recommend or promote directly the sale or use of a commercial product or service of any kind.
Once a student athlete has committed to an NCAA institution, he/she is not allowed to directly endorse NCSA. Having assisted so many student athletes in the recruiting process, many families choose to share their stories for others to learn from. That’s why, to protect student athlete’s eligibility and remain compliant with the NCAA, any feedback we get from college coaches and athletes committed to an NCAA institution has the name and pictures removed.
* Bylaws from 2011-2012 NCAA Manual