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Winthrop recruit Trapp asks for release after Peele firingThe Herald | HeraldOnline.comFarmer had also signed an NLI, while Foster had not yet because his application was caught in the NCAA Clearinghouse process. Winthrop officials have reached out to Dixon, in an effort to maintain a relationship. Coaching sources told The Herald that ...and more »
NOLA.comWestern Kentucky men's basketball team ready to battle Kentucky in the NCAA ...NOLA.comAfter gaining a starting spot, he was suspended for five games while an NCAA Clearinghouse matter was addressed. Hilltoppers officials said it was their fault and not Price's. Still, the time out cost him his starting job, one he didn't regain until ...and more »
New York Daily NewsRed Storm lands blue-chip SampsonNew York Daily NewsHe signed with the Storm out of Akron (Ohio) St. Vincent-St. Mary, the same school that produced LeBron James, but he did not get NCAA clearinghouse approval and ended up at Brewster. He helped the Bobcats to the national prep school title.Sampson back in foldBears Den (subscription)all 11 news articles »
...signed with the Storm out of Akron (Ohio) St. Vincent-St. Mary, the same school that produced LeBron James, but he did not get NCAA clearinghouse approval and ended up at Brewster. He helped the Bobcats to the national prep school title. Sampson was actually...
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Spartans senior Lykendra Johnson juggles hoops, motherhoodDetroit Free PressJohnson didn't meet all of the NCAA clearinghouse requirements and could not play her freshman year. It was a devastating blow to a youngster who had grown into a gym rat and had come to love basketball. Athletes who are Prop 48 casualties often feel ...and more »
Austin American-StatesmanHigh-scoring Brown usually saves his best for biggest stagesAustin American-StatesmanThe NCAA clearinghouse approved him two days before the start of the fall 2009 semester. Before that ordeal, Brown was suspended from the team at Port Arthur Memorial High in mid-December of his senior season after leaving the court before a game had ...and more »
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WITH THREE YEARS OF ELIGIBILITY LEFT, JUCO TRENCY JACKSON DRAWING PLENTY OF ...NBE Basketball ReportAfter spending the 2010-2011 school year at Southern Miss, battling NCAA eligibility and clearinghouse hurdles, Trency Jackson left the program to play for coach Steve Forbes and attend Northwest Florida State Junior College.
Hannah Papp 2013 Graduating 3rd Baseman / SS NCAA Clearinghouse #1111693957 Bats: Switch (Small Ball Technician) Throws: Right Melvindale High School, Melvindale, MI High School Coach: Rey Linares (email@example.com) 16U Vengeance Black (ASA Class A) Travel Coach: Jeff Damore (firstname.lastname@example.org) CONTACT INFO: Hannah Papp (HannahPapp13@gmail.com) Parents: John & Carol Papp (email@example.com) Thank you for viewing my video! (Filmed indoors due to snow).
New York Daily NewsIt's time for Storm's star to shineNew York Daily NewsLavin and assistant coach Tony Chiles have traveled the country tirelessly and have the Johnnies as finalists for blue-chipper 6-8 JaKarr Sampson of Ohio (who had committed a year ago but did not qualify with the NCAA Clearinghouse) and 6-9 Chris ...and more »
www.athleticscholarships.net The minimum GPA varies based on your standardized test scores and which college division level you want to play. For NCAA Divisions 1 and 2, the lowest you can possibly score is a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. If you have a 2.0 GPA you must score a combined 1010 on the critical reading and math sections of the SAT. You can take the ACT exam instead of the SAT if you prefer. With a 2.0 GPA you must score a combined total of 86 points on the four sections of the ACT, English, math, science, and reading. The NCAA Eligibility Center doesn't use the writing portion of either test when determining eligibility. Individual colleges, however, usually look at all sections during the admissions process. The NCAA uses a sliding scale of GPA and SAT or ACT scores. The better your GPA is, the lower your test scores can be. If you are a great student and have a GPA of 3.55 or above, you will only need to score a 400 combined score on the SAT or a 37 combined score on the ACT. You can see the sliding scale for GPA and standardized test scores on our website. The NAIA and NCAA Division 3 levels are different. In the NAIA, an athlete must fulfill 2 out of 3 requirements to be eligible. They must either graduate in the top half of their class, have at least a 2.0 GPA, and/or score an 860 or an 18 on the SAT or Enhanced ACT, respectively. At the NCAA Division 3 level, individual schools determine eligibility requirements. But remember, D3 schools don't offer athletic ...
www.athleticscholarships.net To participate in NCAA collegiate sports, you need to register and get cleared by the NCAA Eligibility Center. Part of this process is submitting official documents: high school transcripts and SAT/ACT test scores. If you do not submit these documents to the NCAA Eligibility Center, you won't be cleared to compete. To submit your high school transcripts, you need to request them from your high school administrator and have them sent directly to the NCAA Eligibility Center. You can't take your own copies and send them; they must come directly from your high school. To submit your test scores, you need to include the NCAA Eligibility Center on the list of institutions to receive your scores. You can do this when you register for the SAT or ACT, or you can request them from the College Board website collegeboard.org. Here's the address: NCAA Eligibility Center 700 W. Washington Street PO Box 6222 Indianapolis, IN 46206-6222
Recruiting 101: What if you're a HS junior and being overlooked?Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)That involves three things: (1) A copy of your school transcript to look at core GPA, (2) a copy of your SAT/ACT test scores and (3) to see if you're registered with the NCAA Clearinghouse. Let's start with your grades: You need to know what your core ...
www.athleticscholarships.net High school athletes should register for the NCAA Clearinghouse (now called the Eligibility Center) at the beginning of their junior year. However, everyone has a different recruiting experience, so some might register earlier, some later. Ultimately, only athletes who are going to compete at the Division 1 and 2 levels need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. It's a good idea to start conversations with college coaches at programs you're interested in before you register for the NCAA Clearinghouse. This is to confirm that you do have interest from either D1 or D2 schools before you spend unnecessary time and money to register. When you do register, a college coach will need to ask that your profile be placed on the Institutional Request List (IRL). College coaches use the NCAA Eligibility Center to verify your academics and your amateurism. Only when a coach does this will your information be processed. Also, until you register with the Clearinghouse, you will not be allowed to go on official visits to schools or receive official scholarship offers.
www.athleticscholarships.net Students are prioritized by being placed on the Institutional Request List, or IRL. To be placed on the IRL an athlete must have their status requested by an NCAA institution. Before an athlete's status can be requested they must complete the registration process. This includes creating an account, sending the NCAA your transcripts and standardized test scores, answering questions regarding your amateur status, and paying the fee for registration--$65 for US students or $95 for international students. You must send the NCAA official transcripts from your school--you cannot just send them a report card. The test scores must also be sent directly from the testing agency. You will then be assigned an Eligibility Center number. Many athletes sign up for the Eligibility Center and expect their information to be processed immediately. If you are a senior and a university has requested that your information be sent to them this is more likely to happen. However, the NCAA will not review your status unless your information is requested by a college coach or institution. To get your status requested by a coach you must contact coaches and initiate the recruiting process. Make sure you know your Eligibility Center number because that is what a coach will use to request you be placed on the IRL.
www.athleticscholarships.net If you want to compete in collegiate athletics, you need to be cleared by either the NCAA or NAIA Eligibility Center. These organizations manage the student athletes who participate in college sports and they need to clear you before you're eligible to play at college. In order to get cleared, you need to go to their websites: for the NCAA that's eligibilitycenter.org, and for the NAIA it's playnaia.org. Student athletes who are looking to get cleared by either Eligibility Center need to register, supply the necessary documents, and stay eligible before they compete in college. The process can take up to 6 months, so make sure to register early to allow enough time to get cleared before your first competition. The NCAA and NAIA have different requirements so know for sure which one you need to register for. The NCAA also implements the Institutional Request List. College coaches need to request an athlete's profile be moved to that list in order to be completely cleared. When that happens, the amount of time it takes to get cleared can vary.
www.athleticscholarships.net In order to be cleared by the NCAA Eligibility Center, you need to send your official SAT and/or ACT scores to them. You can put the NCAA Eligibility Center on the list of institutions to receive the scores when you register for the test. Use the numeric code 9999 to have them sent to the NCAA Eligibility Center. In order to ensure a smooth transaction, make sure you are registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center before you have your scores sent. If you have completed the SAT or ACT test already you will need to request your test scores be sent by the organization who administered the test.
www.athleticscholarships.net Registering for the Clearinghouse--now called the Eligibility Center-- does not get you noticed or recruited by coaches. All the Eligibility Center does is allows coaches to easily find out if you are academically and athletically eligible to compete at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I or 2 level. It is not necessary to register for the Eligibility Center if you are going to play at the NCAA Division 3 level. Coaches will need your Eligibility Center number to find out if you are eligible to compete. Once you are assigned a number you must have a coach request your information from the Eligibility Center for your eligibility status to be reviewed and completed. Many athletes register with the Eligibility Center and expect to be recruited-- this will not happen. The Eligibility Center costs $65 for US students and $95 for international students. You should register when you know that a coach from a D1 or D2 level is interested in you-- otherwise you are spending unnecessary money. In order to get recruited you will have to proactively reach out to coaches. An athlete can get on a coach's recruiting list by putting together a resume with your athletic/academic information and highlights. Once you have built a resume send it out to coaches. Athletes can also fill out recruiting questionnaires found on schools' athletic sites.
www.athleticscholarships.net If you want to compete for an NCAA athletic program, you will need to be cleared by the NCAA Eligibility Center. You can register at their website, eligibilitycenter.org. There is a $65 fee for US students and an $95 fee for international students. The NCAA Eligibility Center is your key to be cleared to compete in college, so if you know you will be attending an NCAA Division I or 2 School, you must register. Division 3 schools do not require registration. High school students should register at the beginning of their Junior year only if you are receiving interest from NCAA D1 or D2 colleges. When you register for the NCAA Eligibility Center, you will need to complete your athlete profile. Once you receive your NCAA identification number, you can access your profile on the NCAA Eligibility Center website whenever you need to update information or send information to them. You will need all of your academic, athletic, and personal information in order to create your profile. When a coach is interested in your NCAA profile, they will ask for your ID number so they can put you on the IRL, or Institutional Request List. Once a coach does this, your profile is then sent to administrators to be checked and cleared for competition. You are not officially cleared to play until this happens, so it is important to stay organized and send all required information to the Eligibility Center. You will need to keep on top of all communications and ...
Chelsea Linares 2013 Graduating 2nd Baseman / OF NCAA Clearinghouse #1109600766 NAIA ID#0079536 Bats: Switch / Slap (Small Ball Technician) Throws: Right Cabrini High School, Allen Park, MI 3.58 GPA High School Coach: Debbie Norman Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Travel Team: 16U Vengeance Black (ASA Class A) Travel Coach: Jeff Damore Email: email@example.com CONTACT INFO: Chelsea Linares (firstname.lastname@example.org) Parents: Rey & Kristine Linares (email@example.com) Thank you for viewing my video! (Filmed indoors due to snow).
www.collegesportsscholarships.com The NCAA department that used to be called the clearinghouse is now known as the eligibility center. The eligibility center is the organization that determines if you are academically eligible to play college athletics. In high school there are a certain number of core courses required and minimum GPA and ACT/SAT scores you need to earn. You only need to register with the eligibility center if you plan on playing at the NCAA Division 1, 1-A or 2 levels.
Trent Gow -- Tight End / Deep Snapper Class of 2013 Mansfield High School 3001 East Broad Street Mansfield, Texas 76063 Counselor: Monica Dabney MonicaDabney@misdmail.org Office 817-299-7500 Fax 817-473-5424 Head Coach: Jeff Hulme JeffHulme@misdmail.org Office 817-299-7580 Fax 817-453-6728 Personal Information: Age: 17 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org cell phone: 817-504-8838 Birthday: 07/04/1994 Height: 6'3 Weight: 235 Jersey#: 86 Bench: 285 Squat: 375 Clean: 300 40 Time: 4.72 NCAA Clearinghouse Complete.... NCAA ID 1107533420 FATHER: Brian Gow email: Bgow39@gmail.com cell phone: 214-529-8739 Occupation: Pharma Sales MOTHER: Stephanie Gow email: Stephs.email@example.com cell phone: 214-529-8732 Occupation: Worship Leader Sisters: Chandler 15 and Joley 11 MAILING ADDRESS: 1306 Lake Meadow Drive Mansfield, Texas 76063 Academic & Athletic Information: GPA: 3.79 Academic Honors: Honor Roll, Pre AP Classes and Academic All District 2010,2011 Intended Course of Study: Education Other Sports: Varsity Basketball Athletic Honors: 2010 -- Sophomore: • 1st Team All District TE (District 5-5A) • 5A Football.com 1st Team All Texas Sophomore Team • Helped Team to 8-2 record and spot in 5A Playoffs 2011 -- Junior: • 1st Team All District TE (District 5-5A) • Ranked #2 2013 TE prospect in Texas @ InsideTexas.Com • Preseason 5A All State Watch List • 5A Football.Com Superlist • Helped Team to 11-2 Record and 3rd Round of Playoffs
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www.athleticscholarships.net This is another standardized test used to assess the academic potential of college students. There are five subjects, English, Math, Reading, Science Reasoning and Writing. You need to get the minimum score to be declared eligible by the NCAA.
www.athleticscholarships.net The NCAA Core Courses are determined by the NCAA Eligibility Center and are a list of courses you must take to be considered academically eligible to play college sports.
www.athleticscholarships.net The NCAA To be declared eligible for participation in NCAA sports, all athletes must first be cleared through the NCAA eligibility center. All athletes must go to the eligibility center website and will out a series of online forms that ask you various questions ranging from your personal background to your sports participation and, of course, your academic records. The eligibility center is available to all athletes at the high school and college level and is the only way for an athlete to be academically cleared to play at the NCAA level. The eligibility center can be accessed by visiting eligibilitycenter.org at any time during the day. The site will ask you to fill out a series of forms pertaining to your high school athletic and academic records. You must then pay a $65 registration fee and your online application is complete. The next step is to have your high school counselor send your transcripts to the NCAA eligibility center and your registration is completed. You will then need to contact a college coach and have your name placed on an Institutional Request List. Once placed on this list, the NCAA will process your request and you will be eligible to play at the college level. To fulfill the eligibility center's graduation requirements, you will need to maintain a certain level of academic performance while finishing your high school career. To be cleared through the NCAA eligibility center, all athletes must maintain a high school ...
Thomas (TJ) Clay Skillz Dvd Morgan Park HS (Class of 2012) IHSA Varsity Baseball Coach Radcliffe. NCAA Clearinghouse Eligible Cameramanjon@sbcglobal.net.
KELLIE McCLEVE Class of 2012 - Right Hand Pitcher Ht. 5' 9" Wt. 143 Throws: Right Bat: Right Peel Fastball and Riseball: 60 mph Dropball/Dropcurve/Screwball and Curveball: 58 mph Change: 45 mph Home to 1st: 2.9 sec. Home to Home: 11.8 2010/11 Travel Ball ERA: 2.85; Record 23-6 2010/11 Travel Ball Batting Average: 375 NCAA Clearinghouse: Yes ID # 1006135459 High School Glendora High School 1600 E. Foothill Boulevard Glendora, CA GPA: 3.75 SAT: taken June 4, 2011 HS Coach: Reese Mitchell Personal Achievements: 2011 Young Women's Award 2011 Varsity Softball Letter 2011 CIF- SS 2011 Baseline League All-Academic Team 2010 AFA National Qualifier Champions Fall 2010 Oustanding Student of the Quarter Award 2010 Showcase by the Sea All-Star 2010 Varsity Softball Letter 2010 CIF-SS Semi-finals 2009 Freshman MVP Pitching Record 15-0 Travel Ball Experience: 2010-2011 So Cal Cobras 18 Gold 2008-09 So Cal Attack 16 Gold 2007-08 So Cal Heat 14U Pitching and Hitting Coach: John Corona Travel Ball Coaches: Jason Corona - Manager 909-690-4092 Darren McCleve - Coach 909-560-2487
Potential student athletes should register with the NCAA Clearinghouse by the end of junior year!
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TO CONTACT PLAYER: firstname.lastname@example.org 409-945-2065 Athletic: 2009/2010-All District Honors 2009/2010-Special Teams MVP 2010/2011-1st Team All District Punter 2010/2011-All Academic Team 2010/2011 District Play-Ranked #1 Kickoffs, #2 Punting (Maxpreps) 2010/2011-District Player of the Week-10/31-11/6 (Maxpreps)1 Academic: GPA-95.8; Ranked 30 of 377 2009-2011—National Honors Society; Superintendents Academic Award; Rotary Club-Select Senior 2010-Registered with the NCAA Clearinghouse (SAT, ACT, Transcript, Core Courses) Attended: Kohl's Kicking Camps (kohlskicking.com) Winter National Showcase Camp-Dallas, TX (Dec. 2010) Jamie Kohl's ESPN article: "The camp featured a 2011 kicker/punter from Texas City High School, Sam Martin, who showed FBS level leg strength on both kickoffs and punts." Kornblue Kicking School (kornbluekicking.com) Brandon Kornblue: "Sam is strong in kicking field goals. He already gets great height off the ground and showed consistency and strength at the Houston Fab Fifty Camp." (Feb 2010) One of the top Punter/Kickers in the country. This college recruits potential is unlimited. 1
Tyler Meglan. #27, DB/KR, Mater Dei HS, Santa Ana CA. 5-10. 178 lbs, 4.58 40 yd., 2.67 20 yds., 11.45 100 yds. 260 Bench, 33 Vertical. Team leader in interceptions and kick return yards. Player of week honors for Edison, Santa Margarita and Long Beach Poly games. NCAA Clearinghouse No. 1005109798. email@example.com. (949) 230-9454
Rashid Armand - Class of 2011 Sheepshead Bay HS - Brooklyn, NY DL/DT/DE #55 6"2 , 298lbs 5.2 Forty, 4.6 Shuttle 405 Bench, 495 Squat 3.3 GPA, 1630 SAT (1130 Two Part) NCAA Clearinghouse Approved Contact Info - (Rashid's Cell) 917-280-5658 (Rashid's email) Daprodigy93@yahoo.com (Head Coach Fred Snyder Cell) 718 207 6732 NYP ALL BORO NYP ALL CITY 2010 PSAL MVP SCHOLAR ATHLETE BROOKLYN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION BIG 44SENIOR ALL STAR
Ian Rykaczewski - Class of 2011 - Uncommitted College Prospect NCAA#1005098005 Blue Jersey #22, Forward - Soccer Recruiting Video PA Soccer All-Star Game 11.28.10 Clips email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of the best catches, runs & explosion plays of the regular season from senior season...rated #3 player overall in state of WA; highest rated cornerback on the West Coast (ranked #11) outside the state of california; dynamic returner and play maker once he has his hands on the ball! 6' 175lbs 36" vertical 4.15 shuttle; SAT & NCAA Clearinghouse registered...
Ian Rykaczewski - Class of 2011 - Uncommitted College Prospect NCAA#1005098005 Orange Jersey #15, Center Midfield - Soccer Recruiting Video Perkiomen Valley 2010 PAC 10 Semi Finals Beckham Style Free Kick email: email@example.com
JD Marks (1994 born 2012 grad) is an underager on the Ottawa Nepean Canadians 18u of the PBLO. Team leader at 1b, LHP, RF. This is some of the hitting highlights from the second half of 2010. Named 2010 ECPL all-star while playing with ONT Tbirds 18u. Registered with NCAA Clearinghouse and as yet uncommitted. firstname.lastname@example.org
JD Marks ('94 born 2012 grad) is an underager playing for the Ottawa Nepean Canadians 18u Elite Baseball Club. JD is a 1B, LHP, OF and line drive gaps hitter who routinely leads his team and league in offensive and defensive categories. 2010 ECPL Allstar formerly with Ontario TBirds 18u. JD is a dean's list student who is NCAA Clearinghouse registered and is currently uncommitted. email@example.com
Tyler Franklin plays pitcher, outfield, and first base at Mesquite Poteet High School, and for D-Bat Mustangs (Hinojosa). Tyler is registered with NCAA Clearinghouse, #1004074591. For school stats, contact Poteet Head Coach, Bobby Doe, 972-882-5360 X1. Baseball recruiting videos produced by Don Wall Productions, www.donwallproductions.com.
Blake DeBoard #9 Senior Highlight Games 1 & 2 2010 Arnold High Panama City Beach, FL
...Anderson told me by phone this afternoon that he has been cleared by the NCAA Clearinghouse and should be practicing with the football team “in the next couple of days.” Anderson, the No. 2 recruit in the 2010 class behind tackle Seantrel Henderson, is a...
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#1 College Eligible Punter in Australia Punting Video for 2010 Football Scholarship 6'5 - 230Lbs, 49 Yrd Average from LOS - 4.84 H/T Average NCAA Clearinghouse Rigistered
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All-American Sports Recruiting "Promoting Athletes For Scholarships" Coach Eli Herrera (361) 446-3812 firstname.lastname@example.org Baseball 2010 Mathis High School Anthony Banda, LHP/OF (361) 547-7124 email@example.com Ht. 6' Wt. 180 Bats: Right Throws: Left Top Fastball: 84 - some sink Other Pitches: 12-6 Curveball and Change-up Arm Slot: Over the Top Outfield Evaluation Arm Velocity: 4 Arm Accuracy: 3.5 Athletic Honors 2009 2nd Team All-District Selection 2009 Team Captain Academic Information GPA: 2.99 Class Rank: 32/118 ACT: 14 Major: Chemical Engineering NCAA Clearinghouse: Pending
Jordan Session RB/Slot 183lbs 5'10 40:4.59 Phone:916-683-2696 Coach: 916-595-1817 NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE NUMBER: 1008207475
ROLAND HOUSTON-2010 UNCOMMITTED COLLEGE FOOTBALL RECRUIT (MIDDLE LINEBACKER) 4 STAR UNCOMITTED AND NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE SUBMITTED TO NCAA. 4 STAR
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