Ncaa divisions I, II, III recruiting Process ncaa initial-Eligibility Center


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NCAA



Division I

  • Division I

    • 329 schools
    • FBS, FCS, and non-football
    • Offer Athletic Scholarships
    • More scholarships available
    • Have more sports required (7-m, 7-w)
    • Attendance requirements (FBS teams)








Founded in 1937, the NAIA has 283 schools and

  • Founded in 1937, the NAIA has 283 schools and

  • Thousands of athletes.

  • Montana Washington Oregon

  • Carroll College The Evergreen State College Cascade College

  • Univ. of Great Falls Northwest University Concordia University

  • MSU-Northern Corban College

  • Montana Tech Idaho Eastern Oregon U

  • Univ. of Montana-Western Albertson College Oregon Inst. of Tech

  • Rocky Mountain College Lewis & Clark St Southern Oregon U

  • Warner Pacific Coll







There are two reasons high school students do not get recruited:

  • There are two reasons high school students do not get recruited:

      • They are not good enough.
      • The right college coaches who may need their talent have not heard of them.


Assess Athletic Ability

  • Assess Athletic Ability

  • (high school or club coach)

  • Identify Appropriate Colleges

  • (find the right “fit”)

  • Communicate with the college coach

  • (phone, email or letter)



How good do you think I am?

  • How good do you think I am?

  • What level and size school do you recommend?

  • What colleges and college coaches do you know?

  • Do you have any search suggestions?

  • Might I have problems at the collegiate level?

  • Could you prepare a letter of recommendation?

  • Would you be willing to contact college coaches on my behalf?



Prospective Student Athlete

  • Prospective Student Athlete

    • Anyone who has started classes for the 9th grade
  • Sophomore year (D1 only)



Junior Year

  • Junior Year

    • Recruiting Materials (includes emails)
      • Sept. 1st (DI/DII)
        • MBB – June 15
      • DIII – anytime
    • Phone calls
      • Men’s Basketball
        • 1x per month starting June 15th thru July 31st after his Junior year
      • Women’s Basketball
        • 1x per month in April, May, June 1-20, June 21-30
        • 3x in July (no more than 1x per week)
      • Football
        • 1 call from April 15th thru May 31st
      • No limit on # of calls or when made (DIII)
    • No off-campus contact by coaches
    • Register w/NCAA Initial Eligibility Center (summer after junior year)


Senior Year (D1 and D2)

  • Senior Year (D1 and D2)

    • Recruiting Materials
    • Telephone calls
      • D1 – varies per sport
        • FB (1x week after 9/1)
        • MBB (2x week starting 8/1)
        • WBB (1x week starting 8/1)
      • D2 – 1x week starting June 15th
    • Off Campus Contacts
      • D1 (MBB – 9/9, WBB – 9/16, FB – 11/27)
      • D2 (All Sports – 6/15)
      • D3 (All Sports – after Junior year)


Text Messaging

  • Text Messaging

  • Unofficial Visits

    • Unlimited #, at your own expense
  • Official Visits

    • Starting 1st day of class senior year
    • Can be paid for by school
      • Travel, lodging, entertainment, etc…
    • Limits to the # of visits
      • 1 per school
      • 5 visits total


Formerly NCAA Clearinghouse

  • Formerly NCAA Clearinghouse

  • All DI/DII student athletes must apply

  • Decides freshman eligibility

  • www.ncaaclearinghouse.net



Main Components

  • Main Components

    • High School Graduation
    • Core Course Completion
    • Minimum GPA in Core Courses
    • Test Scores
    • Amateurism


High School Graduation



Core Course Completion

  • Core Course Completion

    • Classes must appear on high school’s approved classes list (48-H form)
    • Only 9th-12th grades used
    • Summer school after 12th grade
      • DII can
      • DI can’t
    • College courses can count
      • Must be accepted by high school
      • Meet all core course requirement
      • Appear on transcript (DI), college transcript should be sent into Initial Eligibility Center as well


D1 = 16 core

  • D1 = 16 core

  • D2 = 14 core (tuning to 16 in 2013)

    • 3 english, 2 math, 2 science, 2 addt’l (from english, math, science), 2 social science, 3 extra from any of those areas


Core Course GPA Requirement

  • Core Course GPA Requirement

    • Best grades in 14 or 16 core classes
    • Lowest scores accepted = D
    • Pass/Fail classes can count
      • Assigned school’s lowest passing grade
    • D2 = straight 2.00 or better
    • D1 = sliding scale based on Test Score


Test Scores

  • Test Scores

    • Before full-time enrollment
    • No limit on # of times taken
    • Taken on a national testing date
    • May use best subscores on different tests
    • Scores MUST come directly from testing agency (code 9999)
    • Writing component is not used


Test Scores

  • Test Scores

    • D2 = 820 (SAT) and 68 (ACT)
    • D1 = sliding scale with Core GPA
      • Rule of thumb = for every .025 GPA increase, test score requirement goes down 10 (SAT) and 1 (ACT)


JUNIOR YEAR

  • JUNIOR YEAR

    • Register with the eligibility center.
    • Make sure you are still on course to meet core-course requirements (verify you have the correct number of core courses and that the core courses are on your high school's 48-H with the eligibility center).
    • After your junior year, have your high school guidance counselor send a copy of your transcript. If you have attended any other high schools, make sure a transcript is sent to the eligibility center from each high school.
    • When taking the ACT or SAT, request test scores to be sent to the eligibility center (the code is "9999").
    • Begin your amateurism questionnaire.


SENIOR YEAR

  • SENIOR YEAR

    • When taking the ACT or SAT, request test scores to be sent to the eligibility center (the code is "9999").
    • Complete amateurism questionnaire and sign the final authorization signature online on or after April 1 if you are expecting to enroll in college in the fall semester. (If you are expecting to enroll for spring semester, sign the final authorization signature on or after October 1 of the year prior to enrollment.)
    • Have your high school guidance counselor send a final transcript with proof of graduation to the eligibility center.


Go to www.ncaaclearinghouse.net and click “prospective student athlete” link.

  • Go to www.ncaaclearinghouse.net and click “prospective student athlete” link.

  • Go to the “Domestic Student Release” link and fill out the form.

  • Print two copies of the “Student Release Form”.

  • Give Copies #1 and #2 to guidance office (copy #1 is sent with 6th semester transcript while copy #2 is sent with final transcript upon graduation).

  • Have ACT/SAT scores sent to the Clearinghouse (#9999)



Qualifier

  • Qualifier

    • Met all requirements
    • Practice
    • Compete
    • Travel
    • Receive athletic scholarship


An entering freshman student must meet two of the three entry level requirements:

  • An entering freshman student must meet two of the three entry level requirements:

    • A minimum score of 18 on the Enhanced ACT or 860 on the SAT (on the Critical Reading and Math Sections combined).
    • An overall high school grade point average of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
    • Graduate in the upper half of the student's high school graduating class.


  • NCAA Approved Courses

  • What their transcript looks like

  • How to calculate NCAA Core GPA

  • How to complete the Clearinghouse Form

  • How to develop a pin number

  • Where can I get help?

  • DEADLINES, DEADLINES, DEADLINES



Do not hesitate to call or e-mail coaches. If you don’t, someone else is. BE PROACTIVE!

  • Do not hesitate to call or e-mail coaches. If you don’t, someone else is. BE PROACTIVE!

  • Use E-Mail. It gives the coach the ability to contact on their own time.

  • Do some research on your own. You can get a good feel for the school/team/coach by looking at their website.

  • Use contact time wisely – Prepare a list of good questions. Answer the questions thoroughly and thoughtfully. Beyond “yes,” “no,” and “um”.

  • There are no dumb questions. Get to know the coaches and see how you’d feel being with them for four years.

  • They want to talk with the student and get an idea about who they are – not the parents!



High School Coaches

  • High School Coaches

  • High School Guidance Office

  • College Coaches

  • College Compliance Directors

  • NCAA Initial Eligibility website

    • was www.ncaaclearinghouse.net
  • Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete



Matt Gruhler

  • Matt Gruhler

  • Assistant Director of Admissions

  • Saint Martin’s University

  • 360.438.4592

  • mgruhler@stmartin.edu




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