Which is the best division to concentrate my recruiting efforts?

When most think collegiate athletic scholarships, they imagine a Division I school with a well know athletic department known throughout the country for its coach or sports programs. Usually the definition of a “good school” rests on one criterion: the school’s athletic reputation.

Point!  Education first, just in case you don’t make it to the pros.  It would probably be a safe bet that your degree will make you more money in your life time than athletics.  Your career could end in an injury.  People make it to the pros from all divisions and the money is just as green when it come to who pays for your education. Be proactive and blanket all divisions.  Follow our tip on how to easily market your self to all divisions.

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