Wednesday, October 26, 2011

The NCSA Helps Place High School Athletes With College Recruiters!

The NCSA Athletic Recruiting Network is the largest and most trusted community connecting college coaches and qualified student-athletes. Each year, more than 35,000 college coaches discover, evaluate and recruit athletes through the NCSA Network. The National College Scouting Association was founded in 2000 to help redefine the college recruiting process. Since 2000, NCSA Athletic Recruiting has grown rapidly and been featured on ESPN and the Wall Street Journal. NCSA will place more than 6,000 athletes in 27 different sports at the collegiate level in 2011 and they will receive an average of over $18,000 per year in financial aid.
 

Help your high school student get noticed with a free scouting report. Don't get overlooked, visit the NCSA today!!  Good luck!!  :)

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