Learn about NCAA Eligibility
This course is designed to educate high school coaches, administrators, and parents about the NCAA's initial-eligibility requirements. After completing the course, you will be more knowledgeable and prepared to advise your student-athletes about the NCAA initial-eligibility standards, as well as the steps student-athletes need to complete in order to compete in NCAA Divisions I and II athletics.
NCAA Eligibility Center
If you are interested in attending and participating on a Division I or II athletic team you will need to register with the NCAA at this site!
This was sent to TWHS by a parent. The information below is not created or derived from the TWHS Athletic Department.Here are some recruiting tips that may be helpful to some of the younger class' parents.
The best plan is to start early. Fill out recruiting questionnaires. Google D1, D1-AA, DII, DIII & NAIA. It will show you all of the schools. Find the coaches emails on the coaches page, the roster page or the directory page of the school's website. Email them a profile with intro, measurables and highlight video.Research the schools. Make sure they offer a couple of your top choices for an academic major. Ask questions of importance. Stay diligent with a follow up process. Persistent contact is key.Go to Exposure camps: MAC Camps are great because they have DI-AA, DII & DIII coaches help. Most have a satellite camp here in town,The MSROhio combine is crucial. So is the MSR Underclassmen Event.*** If you're son is going to a combine, PRACTICE the drills *** Don't show up and wing it.
- www.athleteswanted.org/ (this one has a nice recruiting worksheet under the Resources section on the right)