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NEW NCAA RECRUITING RULES

Effective April 25, 2018, the NCAA has initiated new recruiting rules that will affect the way Division 1 college coaches may recruit prospective student-athletes during campus visits and college camps.

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HOW EFFECTIVE ARE COLLEGE SHOWCASES FOR RECRUITING?

One of the most often asked questions we receive from student-athletes looking to play at the next level is in regards to college recruiting showcases.

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COLLEGE BASEBALL SCHOLARSHIPS

Every year approximately 487,000 student athletes participate in high school football. Many of these young athletes are hopeful of one day receiving a college baseball scholarship!

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Success Stories

Sarah Brennan

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you and CSA PrepStar for assisting my daughter Sarah find the perfect fit for college at the University of Tampa. Sarah is excited about the opportunity to play collegiate basketball for a Top 20 ranked Division II program. What most impressed me related to the CSA experience was the focus on academics as well as athletics. Chad, you were genuinely interested in Sarah's goals as a student and an athlete! The CSA PrepStar database proved very effective as Sarah received interest from 30+ schools. Also, the personal emails you sent to coaches and recruiting coordinators were a big help to really personalize the process. I would highly recommend CSA PrepStar and Chad's services for anyone looking for education about the recruiting process and measurable positive scholarship results.

Sarah Brennan
Toure Galligan

I am certainly happy today that we decided to enlist your efforts and for the significant success that resulted. In the end Toure’ was offered partial or near full scholarships at four schools. Toure’s combined academic and athletic scholarship to Northwood covers all annual tuition, room, meal plan, books, and health insurance. . More importantly, she loves the school, her academic program, and the soccer and track coaching staff!

Mark L. Galligan
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