The NCAA has recently created two classifications of eligibility enrollment that serve students wishing to play NCAA D1 or D2 athletics, and students who are undecided or will play NCAA D3 athletics.
Dave Galehouse is a former Division 1 baseball player. He founded Varsityedge.com in 2001 to assist parents, high school athletes, coaches and guidance counselors with the college athletic recruiting process. In 2003 He wrote The Making of a Student-Athlete, a 241 page guide on the college athletic recruiting and college selection process now in it's 13th edition...
What is the best way to succeed in the college athletic recruiting process? Question: How do you eat an elephant? Answer: One bite at a time. I talk to a lot of parents about recruiting. The word I hear over and over again is “overwhelming.” The quote about eating an elephant was in […]
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