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“Todd Friedman was invaluable in the recruiting process for Karson. Not onlv does he have a personal relationship with a large network of coaches, he truly cares about the individual athlete. Todd was alwavs available to answer questions and help navigate the crazy journey of the recruiting process ”

Kevin Knox

Karson Knox – Air Force


Have a question about the recruiting process? See the list below for those most frequently asked. If your question isn’t listed here, visit our FAQ page.

When should I start the recruiting process?2024-03-08T04:35:14+00:00
It’s great to hear that you are interested in pursuing the next level in your athletic career! As a recruiter, I highly recommend that you start the recruiting process as early as possible.
In general, it’s never too early to start thinking about college athletics and the recruiting process. Ideally, you should start thinking about your future athletic and academic goals at the beginning of your high school career, if not earlier. This will give you the most time to prepare, develop your skills, and showcase your talents to college coaches.
It’s also important to keep in mind that the recruiting process can take a long time, often spanning multiple years. This is especially true for highly competitive sports and divisions, such as Division I athletics. Starting the process early will give you plenty of time to research colleges, attend camps and showcases, and build relationships with coaches.
However, it’s never too late to start the recruiting process either. If you are a junior or senior in high school and haven’t yet started thinking about college athletics, don’t worry! There are still plenty of opportunities to connect with coaches and find the right fit for your athletic and academic goals.
What is the scholarship breakdown per Division?2024-03-08T04:35:01+00:00
NCAA Division I: NCAA Division I baseball programs can offer a maximum of 11.7 scholarships per team. This means that coaches have to distribute the 11.7 scholarships among their players. As a result, many Division I baseball players receive partial scholarships, with only a few players receiving a full scholarship.
NCAA Division II: NCAA Division II baseball programs can offer a maximum of 9 scholarships per team. Similar to Division I, these scholarships are often distributed among multiple players.
NCAA Division III: NCAA Division III baseball programs do not offer athletic scholarships. However, student-athletes can still receive financial aid and merit-based scholarships.
NAIA: The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) baseball programs can offer up to 12 scholarships per team, with a maximum of 24 scholarships per school.
NJCAA: The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) baseball programs can offer up to 24 scholarships per team, with a maximum of 12 scholarships per year.
What is the percentage of high school players who play in college?2024-03-08T04:35:41+00:00

According to data from the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), about 7% of high school athletes will go on to play sports at the collegiate level. This includes athletes in all sports across all divisions of the NCAA, as well as the NAIA and NJCAA.

How important is my family involvement in the recruiting process?2024-03-08T04:36:03+00:00

College coaches often look for not only athletic talent, but also personal character and support systems, and families can play a big role in demonstrating these qualities to recruiters. Family involvement can be an important part of the recruiting process, but it’s important to find a balance between being supportive and allowing the student-athlete to take ownership of the process.