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SAT/ACT Prep

A prospective collegiate student-athlete CANNOT be certified to receive an athletic scholarship without a standardized test score. Students may choose to take either the SAT or the ACT. Prospects need to remember, before an NCAA university can invite you on an official visit (a visit where the university covers the costs) you must have either […]

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Transferring from NCAA to NAIA

Dear Eligibility Coach: I was at a DII school for three semesters. I just left the DII school fall 2016, but I found out I was on academic suspension. This past semester I transferred to a DIII school for football for spring semester. I did very good in class, but I haven’t  played a season in three years and I’ve been going part-time to save a year. I’m transferring […]

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College Baseball Recruiting

Speaking on a panel to baseball parents and prospects about the baseball recruiting process and academic requirements for obtaining a college athletic scholarship. Friday,  May 27 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at the Cage on the American Tobacco Campus, Durham, NC, as a part of the ACC baseball tournament. Can’t attend. Sign up for our […]

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It’s Signing Time: Do you Understand the National Letter of Intent Contract?

The first Wednesday of each February begins a National Letter of Intent Signing Period. Although many people refer to “Football Signing Day,” the signing period for football, soccer and men’s water polo actually begins February 3 and continues until April 1, 2016. The NLI is a contract that parents and prospective student-athletes need to read […]

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