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NEW NCAA RECRUITING RULES

Effective April 25, 2018, the NCAA has initiated new recruiting rules that will affect the way Division 1 college coaches may recruit prospective student-athletes during campus visits and college camps.

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HOW EFFECTIVE ARE COLLEGE SHOWCASES FOR RECRUITING?

One of the most often asked questions we receive from student-athletes looking to play at the next level is in regards to college recruiting showcases.

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COLLEGE BASEBALL SCHOLARSHIPS

Every year approximately 487,000 student athletes participate in high school football. Many of these young athletes are hopeful of one day receiving a college baseball scholarship!

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Success Stories

Caitlin Winey

Caitlin gave a verbal commitment last night to Arkansas State University for a 4 year full-ride track and field scholarship. She absolutely loves the school and I can say for sure, that it would not have been on our radar at all. Arkansas was one of the schools recruiting her that received their info on Caitlin from you. Although Caitlin did get a few partial-ride offers from coaches who saw her at the state meet, the majority of recruitments came to her through CSA. Her best scholarship offers all came from schools who received profiles from you. The fee we paid CSA-PrepStar has turned into an $80,000 gift to our family.

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Caitlin Colesanti

Caitlin committed early decision to Williams College. As you know, her strategy was to leverage athletics for the best academic opportunity. As it turned out thanks to you and CSA, Caitlin had a number of great opportunities in all Division’s and was being seriously pursued by Yale, UPenn, Middlebury, Holy Cross, Johns Hopkins, Elon, Mercer, Iona, Hamilton, Sacred Heart, Rider, Carnegie Mellon and Swarthmore. From this list her top 5 were Williams, Yale, Johns Hopkins, Holy Cross and Middlebury and sh e did the official visits. South Carolina, Albany, Pace and others expressed serious interest. She was still receiving calls from coaches as of last night as a result of the last CSA-PrepStar posting. We think she made a great decision and are extremely proud.

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