NCAA Recruiting Information
Per the NCAA, about 2% of high school athletes are awarded some form of athletics scholarship to complete in college. First and foremost it is key that athletes maintain good grades and stay eligible academically. Having better academics than the next student athlete will be a seperator when all things athletically are measured equally. We believe in a proactive approach to recruiting because college coaches can only recruit you if they know you exist. We provide a platform to help families and student-athletes communicate with college coaches across the country. The platform will house full game film, highlight film, stats, awards, accolades and transcripts. Our goal is to help our student athletes find the right fit academically & athletically based on location, size, and academic majors for those athletes that desire to play at the next level.
Familiarize yourself with the recruiting calendar and terms. We ask that our student-athletes make contact with coaches consistently through emails and calls.
NCAA Division I
How Many Schools: There are 351 Division I colleges & universities.
Scholarship Count: Division I women's programs are allowed 15 scholarships. Men's programs are allowed 13 scholarships.
Scholarship Breakdown: Scholarships in Division I basketball must be full rides. No partial athletic scholarships are given in Division I basketball.
NCAA Division II
How Many Schools: There are 308 Division II colleges & universities.
Scholarship Count: Both men's and women's programs at the Division II level are afforded 10 scholarships.
Scholarship Breakdown: Scholarships can be split up among the entire roster. Both full and partial rides can be offered in Division II.
NCAA Division III
How Many Schools: There are around 443 Division III colleges and universities.
Scholarship Count: Athletic scholarships are not offered at Division III schools.
Scholarship Breakdown: Though athletic scholarships aren't available, many student-athletes can earn an academic scholarship or receive a need-based grant while playing basketball.
NCAA Division I
How Many Schools: There are 113 men's programs and 112 women's programs in NAIA Division I.
Scholarship Count: Both men's and women's programs are allowed 11 scholarships.
Scholarship Breakdown: Partial scholarships are common in NAIA. Strong academic students meeting a certain criteria can receive aid without it counting toward the scholarship limit.
NAIA Division II
How Many Schools: There are 149 men's programs and 148 women's programs in NAIA Division II.
Scholarship Count: Division II programs in the NAIA are allowed six scholarships for both men and women.
Scholarship Breakdown: Like Division I, partial scholarships are common in NAIA Division II. Students with good academic standing can meet a certain criteria and be eligible to receive aid without it counting toward the team's limits.
NJCAA Division I
How Many Schools: There are 179 women's programs in Division I and 216 men's programs.
Scholarship Count: Both men's and women's programs in the NJCAA are allowed 15 scholarships.
Scholarship Breakdown: Scholarships at the junior-college level often are full rides, though not always. Scholarships can include tuition, fees, books, room and board.
NJACC DIVISION II
How Many Schools: NJCAA Division II has 123 men's programs and 130 women's programs.
Scholarship Count: Men's and women's programs have 15 scholarships to work with.
Scholarship Breakdown: NJCAA Division II scholarships can offer only tuition, fees and books--not room and board.
NJACC DIVISION III
How Many Schools: Division III of the NJCAA features 99 men's programs and 86 women's programs.
Scholarship Count: Much like NCAA Division III, the NJCAA Division III schools do not offer athletic scholarships.
WCC - Wisconsin Collegiate Conference
How Many Schools: Wisconsin Collegiate Conference is an athletic conference made up of 13 two year campuses in the University of Wisconsin System.
Scholarship Count: Much like NCAA Division III and NJCAA Division III, WCC schools do not offer athletic scholarships.