Do you think you have what it takes to play your sport at the next level?
If so, let NCRF help YOU!
We have relationships with College Coaches and can help you get athletic scholarships. We canalso help you meetNCAAClearinghouse requirements and provide assistance to help you in your academics, if needed! NCRF Sports Program wants to help YOU play at the NEXT Level.
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- Preparation on the field and on the floor
In terms academics, it is a must that the student athlete know the NCAA requirements.
All students must strive for academic excellence in the classroom. The higher the Grade Point Average (GPA) in your core classes, i.e. English, Math, Science, History, the more opportunities you create for yourself to participate in collegiate athletics.
SAT/ACT preparation is a must. This means you must take some preparatory classes before you take the SAT and/or ACT. There are free ACT and SAT prep on act.org and collegeboard.org. We recommend you take both the SAT www.collegeboard.org and ACT www.act.org. Some students score higher on one test versus the other test, and colleges accept both tests. This gives you the opportunity to submit your best score. Also, remember you are allowed to take the tests more than once so you can produce your best scores, and recommend you take them more than once.
When comes to on the playing field or on the floor, “There is no substitution for a fundamentally sound player”. We recommend that potential student athletes attend skill camps that are specific their particular sport and to their playing position. If you feel you need assistance in any skill area, we can help you with this.
You should know how many players that a given institution has at your position. You want to know the style of the coaching philosophy, and coaches’ style of play.
Also, the institutions you decide to attend, you should know the graduate rate for students in general, student athletics and students by ethnicity and gender. Most importantly, make sure you prepare for your career after college athletics.
To get better insight of what direction we are trying to take you and give you a better understanding of why it is so important to strive for academic excellence visit http://www.ncaa.org/about/what-we-do/academics . Most intercollegiate athletes will not reach the status of being a professional athlete, but all can become PROFESSIONALS. That’s why it important to obtain your college degree above all, because “NO ONE can take your education from you.”