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1 Baker Mayfield QB PrepStar All-American Oklahoma
2 Saquon Barkley RB PrepStar All-American Penn State
3 Sam Darnold QB PrepStar Dream Team USC
4 Denzel Ward CB All-Midwest Region Ohio State
5 Bradley Chubb DE PrepStar Dream Team N.C. State
6 Quenton Nelson G PrepStar Dream Team Notre Dame
7 Josh Allen QB Wyoming
8 Roquan Smith LB PrepStar Dream Team Georgia
9 Mike McGlinchey OT PrepStar All-American Notre Dame
10 Josh Rosen QB PrepStar Dream Team UCLA
11 Minkah Fitzpatrick DB PrepStar Dream Team Alabama
12 Vita Vea DT PrepStar All-American Washington
13 Da'Ron Payne DL PrepStar Dream Team Alabama
14 Marcus Davenport DE UTSA
15 Kolton Miller OT PrepStar All-American UCLA
16 Tremaine Edmunds LB Prepstar All-Region Virginia Tech
17 Derwin James S PrepStar Dream Team Florida State
18 Jaire Alexander CB All-ACC Region Louisville
19 Leighton Vander Esch LB Prepstar All-Region Boise State
20 Frank Ragnow C/G Prepstar All-Region Arkansas
21 Billy Price C PrepStar All-American Ohio State
22 Rashaan Evans LB PrepStar All-American Alabama
23 Isaiah Wynn OL PrepStar All-American Georgia
24 D.J. Moore WR Prepstar All-Region Maryland
25 Hayden Hurst TE Prepstar All-Region South Carolina
26 Calvin Ridley WR PrepStar Dream Team Alabama
27 Rashaad Penny RB San Diego State
28 Terrell Edmunds S Prepstar All-Region Virginia Tech
29 Taven Bryan DT Prepstar All-Region Florida
30 Mike Hughes CB Prepstar All-Region UCF
31 Sony Michel RB PrepStar Dream Team Georgia
32 Lamar Jackson QB Prepstar All-Region Louisville
33 Austin Corbett OL Prepstar All-Region Nevada
34 Will Hernandez G UTEP
35 Nick Chubb RB PrepStar Dream Team Georgia
36 Darius Leonard LB South Carolina State
37 Braden Smith G PrepStar Dream Team Auburn
38 Ronald Jones II RB PrepStar Dream Team USC
39 James Daniels C Prepstar All-Region Iowa
40 Courtland Sutton WR Prepstar All-Region SMU
41 Harold Landry OLB Prepstar All-Region Boston College
42 Mike Gesicki TE Prepstar All-Region Penn State
43 Kerryon Johnson RB PrepStar Dream Team Auburn
44 Dante Pettis WR Prepstar All-Region Washington
45 Josh Jackson CB Iowa
46 Breeland Speaks DL PrepStar Dream Team Ole Miss
47 Christian Kirk WR PrepStar Dream Team Texas A&M
48 Uchenna Nwosu OLB Prepstar All-Region USC
49 Dallas Goedert TE South Dakota State
50 Connor Williams OL Prepstar All-Region Texas
51 Anthony Miller WR Memphis
52 Kemoko Turay DE Rutgers
53 M.J. Stewart CB Prepstar All-Region North Carolina
54 Jessie Bates III S Wake Forest
55 Donte Jackson CB PrepStar All-American LSU
56 Duke Dawson CB PrepStar All-American Florida
57 P.J. Hall DL Sam Houston State
58 Isaiah Oliver CB PrepStar All-American Colorado
59 Derrius Guice RB PrepStar All-American LSU
60 James Washington WR Oklahoma State
61 D.J. Chark WR PrepStar All-American LSU
62 Brian O'Neill OT PrepStar All-American Pittsburgh
63 Carlton Davis CB Prepstar All-Region Auburn
64 Tyquan Lewis DE Prepstar All-Region Ohio State
65 Brandon Parker OT North Carolina A&T
66 Lorenzo Carter OLB PrepStar Dream Team Georgia
67 Chad Thomas DE PrepStar All-American Miami (Fla.)
68 Texans Justin Reid S Prepstar All-Region Stanford
69 B.J. Hill DT Prepstar All-Region N.C. State
70 Fred Warner LB Prepstar All-Region BYU
71 Royce Freeman RB PrepStar Dream Team Oregon
72 Nathan Shepherd DT Fort Hays State
73 Jerome Baker LB PrepStar Dream Team Ohio State
74 Geron Christian OT Prepstar All-Region Louisville
75 Derrick Ndadi DT Prepstar All-Region Florida State
76 Mason Rudolph QB PrepStar All-American Oklahoma State
77 Sam Hubbard DE Prepstar All-Region Ohio State
78 Malik Jefferson OLB PrepStar Dream Team Texas
79 Rasheem Green DE PrepStar Dream Team USC
80 Texans Martinas Rankin C Mississippi State
81 Michael Gallup WR Colorado State
82 Tracy Walker S Louisiana-Lafayette
83 Orlando Brown OT PrepStar All-American Oklahoma
84 Justin Jones DT N.C. State
85 Rashaan Gaulden CB PrepStar All-American Tennessee
86 Mark Andrews TE PrepStar Dream Team Oklahoma
87 Arden Key DE PrepStar Dream Team LSU
88 Oren Burks OLB Vanderbilt
89 Rams Joe Noteboom OT Prepstar All-Region TCU
90 Deadrin Senat DT South Florida
91 Tre'Quan Smith WR UCF
92 Chukwuma Okorafor OT Western Michigan
93 Ronnie Harrison S Prepstar All-Region Alabama
94 Alex Cappa OT Humboldt State
95 Tarvarius Moore S Southern Miss
96 Harrison Phillips DT Prepstar All-Region Stanford
97 Mason Cole C PrepStar Dream Team Michigan
98 Texans Jordan Akins TE UCF
99 Isaac Yiadom CB Boston College
100 Dorian O'Daniel OLB Prepstar All-Region Clemson
101 Ian Thomas TE Indiana
102 Jalyn Holmes DE PrepStar Dream Team Ohio State
103 Texans Keke Coutee WR Texas Tech
104 Nyheim Hines RB PrepStar All-American N.C. State
105 Antonio Callaway WR Prepstar All-Region Florida
106 Josey Jewell LB Prepstar All-Region Iowa
107 Chris Herndon TE Prepstar All-Region Miami (Fla.)
108 Kyle Lauletta QB Richmond
109 Troy Apke S Prepstar All-Region Penn State
110 Nick Nelson CB Prepstar All-Region Wisconsin
111 Rams Brian Allen C PrepStar All-American Michigan State
112 Mark Walton RB Prepstar All-Region Miami (Fla.)
113 DaeSean Hamilton WR Prepstar All-Region Penn State
114 Da'Shawn Hand DE PrepStar Dream Team Alabama
115 Joel Iyiegbuniwe LB Western Kentucky
116 Dorance Armstrong DE Prepstar All-Region Kansas
117 Jordan Whitehead S PrepStar All-American Pittsburgh
118 Anthony Averett CB PrepStar All-American Alabama
119 Kyzir White S West Vigrinia
120 Will Dissly TE Prepstar All-Region Washington
121 Taron Johnson CB Weber State
122 Kenny Young LB PrepStar All-American UCLA
123 Durham Smyth TE Prepstar All-Region Notre Dame
124 Armani Watts S PrepStar All-American Texas A&M
125 Avonte Maddox CB Pittsburgh
126 Ito Smith RB Southern Miss
127 Rick Leonard OT PrepStar All-American Florida State
128 Kentavius Street DE Prepstar All-Region N.C. State
129 Will Richardson OT PrepStar All-American N.C. State
130 Josh Sweat DE PrepStar Dream Team Florida State
131 Kalen Ballage RB Arizona State
132 Jaleel Scott WR New Mexico State
133 J'Mon Moore WR Missouri
134 Chase Edmonds RB Fordham
135 Rams John Franklin-Meyers DE Stephen F. Austin
136 Marquis Haynes OLB Prepstar All-Region Ole Miss
137 Dalton Schultz TE PrepStar Dream Team Stanford
138 Cole Madison OT Washington State
139 RJ McIntosh DT Prepstar All-Region Miami (Fla.)
140 Maurice Hurst DT Prepstar All-Region Michigan
141 Shaquem Griffin LB UCF
142 D.J. Reed CB Kansas State
143 Ja'Whaun Bentley LB Purdue
144 Justin Watson WR Prepstar All-Region Penn
145 Bilal Nichols DT Delaware
146 Tre Flowers S Oklahoma State
147 Rams Micah Kiser LB Prepstar All-Region Virginia
148 Marcus Allen S Penn State
149 Michael Dickson P Prepstar All-Region Texas
150 Genard Avery LB Memphis
151 Davontae Harris CB Illinois St.
152 Dane Cruikshank S Prepstar All-Region Arizona
153 Tyrell Crosby OT PrepStar All-American Oregon
154 Siran Neal CB Jacksonville St.
155 Scott Quessenberry C PrepStar All-American UCLA
156 Troy Fumagalli TE Wisconsin
157 Tyler Conklin TE Central Michigan
158 Andrew Brown DE PrepStar Dream Team Virginia
159 Daurice Fountain WR Northern Iowa
160 Rams Ogbonnia Okoronkwo LB Oklahoma
161 Jermaine Carter Jr. LB Maryland
162 Jordan Lasley WR Prepstar All-Region UCLA
163 Tim Settle DT PrepStar Dream Team Virginia Tech
164 Natrell Jamerson S PrepStar All-American Wisconsin
165 Jaylen Samuels RB Prepstar All-Region N.C. State
166 Wyatt Teller G Prepstar All-Region Virginia Tech
167 Daniel Carlson K Prepstar All-Region Auburn
168 Jamarco Jones OT PrepStar Dream Team Ohio State
169 Jordan Wilkins RB Ole Miss
170 Darius Phillips CB Western Michigan
171 Mike White QB Western Kentucky
172 JK Scott P Prepstar All-Region Alabama
173 Johnny Townsend P Prepstar All-Region Florida
174 Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR South Florida
175 Damion Ratley WR Prepstar All-Region Texas A&M
176 Rams John Kelly RB Prepstar All-Region Tennessee
177 Texans Duke Eliofor DE Wake Forest
178 Christian Sam LB Prepstar All-Region Arizona State
179 Parry Nickerson CB Tulane
180 Foley Fatukasi DT UConn
181 Kylie Fitts DE Utah
182 Christian Campbell CB Prepstar All-Region Penn State
183 Sam Jones G Prepstar All-Region Arizona State
184 Marcell Harris S Prepstar All-Region Florida
185 Deon Cain WR PrepStar Dream Team Clemson
186 Jacob Martin DE Temple
187 Ray-Ray McCloud WR PrepStar Dream Team Clemson
188 Simeon Thomas CB Louisiana
189 Kamrin Moore CB Boston College
190 DeShon Elliott S PrepStar All-American Texas
191 Dylan Cantrell WR Texas Tech
192 Rams Jemil Demby OL Maine
193 Chris Covington OLB Indiana
194 Russell Gage WR Prepstar All-Region LSU
195 Rams Sebastian Joseph DT Rutgers
196 Tremon Smith CB Central Arkansas
197 Shaun Dion Hamilton LB PrepStar All-American Alabama
198 Kahlil McKenzie OL PrepStar Dream Team Tennessee
199 Luke Falk QB Washington State
200 Foyesade Oluokun LB Yale
201 Boston Scott RB Louisiana Tech
202 Jack Cichy LB Wisconsin
203 Tanner Lee QB Nebraska
204 Trenton Cannon RB Virginia St.
205 Rams Trevon Young LB Louisville
206 Matt Pryor G TCU
207 Equanimeous St. Brown WR PrepStar Dream Team Notre Dame
208 Cedrick Wilson WR Prepstar All-Region Boise State
209 Cornell Armstrong CB Southern Miss
210 Braxton Berrios WR Prepstar All-Region Miami (Fla.)
211 Texans Jordan Thomas TE Mississippi State
212 Greg Senat OT Wagner
213 Colby Gossett G Appalachain State
214 Texans Peter Kalambayi LB PrepStar All-American Stanford
215 Bradley Bozeman C Prepstar All-Region Alabama
216 Azeem Victor LB Washington
217 Keishawn Bierria LB Washington
218 Ade Aruna DE Tulane
219 Danny Etling QB Prepstar All-Region LSU
220 Alex McGough QB Florida International
221 Matthew Adams LB Houston
222 Texans Jermaine Kelly DB San Jose State
223 Jullian Taylor DT Temple
224 Javon Wims WR Prepstar All-Region Georgia
225 Davante Downs LB PrepStar All-American California
226 David Williams RB Arkansas
227 Quentin Poling LB Ohio
228 Marcell Ateman WR Oklahoma State
229 Jason Sanders K New Mexico
230 Leon Jacobs LB Prepstar All-Region Wisconsin
231 Rams Travin Howard LB TCU
232 James Looney DE California
233 Jordan Mailata OT Australia
234 Andre Smith LB Prepstar All-Region North Carolina
235 Zaire Franklin LB Prepstar All-Region Syracuse
236 Bo Scarbrough RB PrepStar Dream Team Alabama
237 Nick Bawden FB San Diego State
238 Zach Sieler DE Ferris St.
239 Hunter Bradley LS Mississippi State
240 Richie James WR Middle Tennessee
241 Greg Stroman CB Prepstar All-Region Virginia Tech
242 Kendrick Norton DL PrepStar Dream Team Miami (Fla.)
243 Keion Crossman CB Western Carolina
244 Rams Justin Lawler DE SMU
245 Will Clapp C Prepstar All-Region LSU
246 Joshua Frazier DT PrepStar Dream Team Alabama
247 Logan Cooke P Prepstar All-Region Mississippi State
248 Kendall Donnerson LB Southeast Missouri St.
249 Logan Woodside QB Toledo
250 Ryan Izzo TE Prepstar All-Region Florida State
251 Justin Jackson RB Northwestern
252 Rod Taylor G PrepStar Dream Team Ole Miss
253 Auden Tate WR Prepstar All-Region Florida State
254 Korey Cunningham OT Prepstar All-Region Cincinnati
255 Austin Proehl WR Prepstar All-Region North Carolina
256 Trey Quinn WR PrepStar Dream Team SMU
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Do you want to Get Recruited for a College Athletic Scholarship?
Is it your goal to receive an athletic scholarship and live your dreams of playing college sports? If your answer is yes, then CSA-PrepStar may be of great value to you in your pursuit of an athletic scholarship and academic excellence on the next level.  More than 7.2 million student-athletes compete in high school and club team sports every year.  Each year over 400,000 student athletes compete on the NCAA collegiate level so the competition is fierce to receive an athletic scholarship for college sports!
How to Increase Your Chances of Receiving an Athletic Scholarship for College
Currently more than 2,000 college and universities nationwide support athletic programs and offer Athletic Scholarships and financial aid packages for high school prospects. Unless you are one of those rare athletes that is a Five Star prospect and is receiving multiple scholarship offers early in your high school career, chances are you will need Exposure to get recruited.  For every one athletic scholarship there are many student-athletes that qualify for each scholarship offered but unless college coaches have access to your information, video, stats and grades chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process.  In today's age of information and technology it is vital that college coaches have access to all of your pertinent information and that they are updated on a regular basis as to the process you are making.
Your Roadmap to Get Recruited for a College Athletic Scholarship
Just like any other venture in life, you have to have a plan to be successful.  If your goal is to receive an athletic scholarship for college you have to have a plan and be willing to do the necessary things to get recruited.  That plan includes knowing how many colleges participate in your sport and offer athletic scholarships for the sport you play, knowing important academic requirements, recruiting guidelines, signing dates and the list goes on.  Tens of thousands of athletes like you are vying for college sports scholarships so the better prepared you are, the better your chances will be of receiving an athletic scholarship for college. 
CSA-PrepStar offers  a wealth of free resources for you to take advantage of.  You will find everything you will need to know about athletic scholarships for NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA programs.  Using our free resources, you will find everything you need for recruiting. We have helped thousands of athletes receive full scholarships, partial scholarships, financial aid packages for Division 3 schools and even preferred walk-on opportunities at elite college and universities nationwide.

CSA-PrepStar -- the Nation's #1 Athletic Recruiting Service
If the recruiting process for college athletic scholarships wasn't confusing enough already, now athletes and their parents have to navigate through a bevy of companies that claim to be the best recruiting service of it s kind.  Unfortunately, most companies are nothing more than database aggregators that compile as many names and athletes as they can and then sell their information to corporate sponsors.  Other companies operate as boiler room hard sell closers who pressure families into buying a service that will never benefit them with their future college goals.  Many of these companies claim to work with tens of thousands and even millions of student-athletes each year.  These types of services will never provide the individual attention and service you need to really be considered as an athletic scholarship prospect for the next level.  CSA-PrepStar works with no more than 350 athletes per sport per year.  Our Elite PrepStar 350 is comprised of qualified, verified college-bound student-athletes who can play and compete on the next level both athletically and academically.  Our company enjoys a 98% success level in placing athletes with athletic scholarships because we only work with and represent legitimate college-bound prospects!
Football Scholarships
More than 850 Division I, Iaa, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college football every year.  Approximately 12,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year.  If your dream is to receive a college football scholarship and live your dreams of playing college football then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a football scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a football scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as football scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I and Iaa programs offer full-ride athletic scholarships and have a set number of roster players that may receive athletic scholarship aid.  Division I programs may have a maximum of 85 roster players that receive football scholarships and 1aa programs may have a total of 63 players that receive football scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 36 full-ride athletic scholarships on their roster at any one time.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a football scholarship.  

Basketball Scholarships
More than 1,700 Division I, Iaa, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in men's and women's college basketball every year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year.  If your dream is to receive a college basketball scholarship and live your dreams of playing college basketball then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a basketball scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as basketball scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I programs offer full-ride athletic scholarships and have a set number of roster players that may receive athletic scholarship aid.  Division I programs may have a maximum of 13 roster players that receive basketball scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 10 full-ride athletic scholarships on their roster at any one time for both men's and women's programs.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a basketball scholarship. 

Baseball Scholarships
Nearly 1,500 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college baseball every year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year.  If your dream is to receive a college baseball scholarship and live your dreams of playing college baseball then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a baseball scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as baseball scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I programs offer athletic scholarships and may have an equivalency of 11.7 roster players that receive baseball scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 9 full-ride athletic scholarships on their roster at any one time.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a baseball scholarship. 

Volleyball Scholarships
Nearly 1,600 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college volleyball every year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year.  If your dream is to receive a college volleyball scholarship and live your dreams of playing college volleyball then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a volleyball scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as volleyball scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I programs offer full-ride athletic scholarships and have a set number of roster players that may receive athletic scholarship aid.  Division I programs may have a maximum of 12 roster players that receive volleyball scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 8 full-ride athletic scholarships on their roster at any one time.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a volleyball scholarship. 

Soccer Scholarships
Over 1,200 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in men's college soccer every year and over 1,300 women's programs compete in college soccer every year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for men's and women's soccer.  If your dream is to receive a college soccer scholarship and live your dreams of playing college soccer then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a soccer scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as soccer scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I programs offer athletic scholarships and have a set number of players that may receive athletic scholarship aid.  Division I men's programs may have an equivalency of 9.9 soccer scholarships.  Women's programs may have an equivalency of 12 full-ride scholarships Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 9 full-ride athletic scholarships for men and 9.9 for women's programs.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a soccer scholarship.

Softball Scholarships
Nearly 1,500 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college softball every year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college softball.  If your dream is to receive a college softball scholarship and live your dreams of playing college softball then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a softball scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as softball scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I programs may offer full-ride athletic scholarships and have a set number of roster players that may receive athletic scholarship aid.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 12 softball scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 7.2 full-ride athletic scholarships.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a softball scholarship.

Golf Scholarships
Every year 1,150 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college golf for men.  There are nearly 800 programs that compete in women's golf each year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college golf.  If your dream is to receive a college golf scholarship and live your dreams of playing college golf then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a golf scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as golf scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 4.5 golf scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 3.6 full-ride athletic scholarships.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a golf scholarship.

Tennis Scholarships
Over 1,000 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college tennis for men and 1,154 colleges and universities compete in college tennis for women .  There are nearly 800 programs that compete in women's tennis each year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college tennis.  If your dream is to receive a college tennis scholarship and live your dreams of playing college tennis then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a tennis scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as tennis scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs for men may have an equivalency of 4.5 tennis scholarships.  Division I programs for women may have no more than 12 athletes on full-ride or partial scholarships each year.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 4.5 full-ride athletic scholarships for men and 6 full-ride athletic scholarships for women .  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a tennis scholarship.

Track Scholarships & Cross Country Scholarships
Over 900 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college track and field and Cross Country for men and 925 colleges and universities compete in college track and field and Cross Country for women .  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college track and field.  If your dream is to receive a college track and field scholarship and live your dreams of playing college track and field then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a track and field scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as track and field scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs for men may have an equivalency of 12.6 track and field and cross country scholarships.  Division I programs for women may have an equivalency of 18 full-ride scholarships each year.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 12.6 full-ride athletic scholarships for both men's and women's track and field and cross country. Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a track and field scholarship.

Swimming Scholarships
Every year nearly 500 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college swimming for men and 548 programs for women's swimming.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college swimming.  If your dream is to receive a college swimming scholarship and live your dreams of playing college swimming then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a swimming scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as swimming scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 9.9 swimming scholarships for men and 12 for women.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 8.1 full-ride athletic scholarships.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a swimming scholarship.

Lacrosse Scholarships
Every year nearly 300 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college lacrosse for men and 345 programs for women's lacrosse.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college lacrosse.  If your dream is to receive a college lacrosse scholarship and live your dreams of playing college lacrosse then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a lacrosse scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as lacrosse scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 12.6 lacrosse scholarships for men and 12 for women.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 12.6 full-ride athletic scholarships for men and 9.9 for women.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a lacrosse scholarship.

Water Polo Scholarships
Every year 80 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college water polo for men and 58 programs for women's water polo.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college water polo.  If your dream is to receive a college water polo scholarship and live your dreams of playing college water polo then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a water polo scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as water polo scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 4.5 water polo scholarships for men and 8 for women.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 4.5 full-ride athletic scholarships for men and 8 for women.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a water polo scholarship.

Field Hockey Scholarships
Every year 116 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college field hockey for men and 258 programs for women's field hockey.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college field hockey.  If your dream is to receive a college field hockey scholarship and live your dreams of playing college field hockey then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a field hockey scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as field hockey scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 12.0 field hockey scholarships for women.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 6.3 full-ride athletic scholarships for for women.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a field hockey scholarship.

CSA Prep Star, College Admissions Counselor, Woodland Hills, CA