There are a lot of opportunities for the student athlete/family if they will take the initiative. This can be time consuming and a bit daunting. Where do you start? What do I need to do to get the process started? That's where the Athlete's Web comes in. The Athlete's Web is a resource that gives the student athlete a foundation in the recruiting process.
The Athlete's Web puts all the information into one resource enabling the student athlete to spend their time making contact with coaches rather than searching for the information.
One of the most time consuming steps in the recruiting process is finding the Colleges and Universities that an athlete may be interested in attending. Once the institution is found, finding all the information needed to start the recruiting process can take countless hours. This is where the National Collegiate Recruiting Assistant comes in. The National Collegiate Recruiting Assistant makes this task simple and enjoyable.
The National Collegiate Recruiting Assistant is a directory of all Division 1, Division 2 and Division 3 colleges and universities with links to the institutions Main site, Athletic site, Staff Directories (Coaches emails and phone numbers), and the Recruiting Questionnaires. The athlete would pick a Division then have the ability to search the institutions by State, Conference and alphabetically.
With just a few clicks the athlete has all the information they need to start making contact with the coaches.
The best time to start recruiting is now. Colleges and Universities can't contact an athlete till their Junior year in high school but an athlete can contact the coaches. Being proactive and creating relationships with coaches is a must and should start early.