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Helpful Links for Navigating the College Soccer Recruiting Process

Do’s and Dont’s of College RecruitingUS Youth Soccer Show interviewed Schellas Hyndman, a former college and professional coach, to talk about the do’s and don’s of college recruiting.  This article includes very helpful insider information on the recruiting process that can help you.

Recommended Steps for Student-Athletes:  The College Board compiled a list of recommended steps for student-athletes in search of a college program.  The College Board is a non-profit organization that promotes college-readiness.

2016 NCAA Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete:  This NCAA Eligibility Center document provides useful information on academic eligibility requirements, athletically related financial aid, and other topics.

FAQs about the NCAA Eligibility Center:  Student-athletes must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to be eligible to play NCAA Division I or II sports in college.  To better understand eligibility standards review the FAQs on the College Board’s website.  The NCAA recommends that student-athletes register in the beginning of their junior year of high school.


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