I am part of the NCSA team because I believe in what we do and know that recruiting education and exposure are two crucial things to have while going through this process. I found that out the hard way coming out of high school. I was a three-year All-State wide receiver in the state of Arizona and ended my senior year second in the state with 1,200 yards. I was getting generic mail from every Pac-12 school in the country, and I thought that meant I was getting recruited by them, but I was sorely mistaken. After contacting coaches on my own, I was fortunate to end up on scholarship at Northern Arizona University. But the process was very overwhelming for me and my family because we had no clue what to do. I would love nothing more than to have my junior year back in the recruiting process. Now, working at NCSA allows me to educate families and let them know this is their one chance to do it the right way.