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How to Become a College Walk-On

The college search for athletes has grown complicated and increasingly competitive, especially during the past 10 years. There are countless components...

Tennis Recruiting: Official vs. Unofficial Visits

Fall signifies the beginning of a new school year to many. For high school seniors interested in playing college tennis, this also begins the season of...

Learn the Recruiting Rules for NCAA Division III Athletics

The NCAA includes over 444 schools, and more than 170,000 student-athletes fall under the Division III umbrella. As a high school athlete, you nee...

Bundle Up in Nike Women's Sportswear Destroyer Jacket

It's not too late in the season to rock the Nike Destroyer Jacket. With its classic feel and varsity look, the Destroyer Jacket, designed specifical...

Problematic Recruiting Situations

Use the terminology you just learned, along with advice from two experts, to simplify the recruiting process. Situation: According to author and Sa...

Hofstra University's Wide Receiver Tradition

Division I-AA Hofstra University has a tradition of grooming sticky-handed wide receivers for the NFL. It started with former New York Jets star Wayne...

NCAA Initial Eligibility Center

Sports may be number one in your mind, but there's a reason student comes before athlete in student-athlete. If you don't give academics top priority ...

Official College Visits

Official visits are not meant to be mullet-style trips—business in the front, party in the back. They are opportunities for coaches to sell you on t...

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