There are different things you need to know, rules to follow and study in order to make the recruiting process as good as possible for you.
A major part of our service is to guide you through this process and make sure that you will end up with a smooth process that will lead and guide you to make a good strong decision and a great fit for you as well as the school.
- Go to Eligilbility Center (NCAA registration guide) We would like to point out that the academics and the amateurism need special attention
- Register for a test:
– SAT/ACT: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat and on App: “Daily practice for the SAT”. Most international studens chooses SAT. You need a SAT score in order to be able to visit (officially-paid by) the US schools
– TOEFL(test of english as a foreing language): https://www.ets.org/toefl. Some schools reguires it. It can depend of your grades.
- Your current grades might need to be translated for the NCAA to be able to determine your eligibility and for a school to qualify you.
NCAA has a recruiting calendar that clearly states when and how it is legal for a coach to reach out to you. Even how often.
Visit a school
When you have a test score it is possible to go on an official visit to a school.
You can visit a total of 5 schools officially and the schools are allowed to get 12 visits in your class, year.
An official visit will usually give you an insight on academics – you will get a chance to meet academic people from the school and maybe even sit in on a class. You will get to spend some time with coaches and players.