Since the NCAA rules seem to be in the news as of late I thought I would address the NCAA rules that are specifically relevant to high school athletes recruitment to college. NCAA Bylaw 12 addresses agents.
12.3 Use of Agents
12.3.1 General Rule. An individual shall be ineligible for participation in an intercollegiate sport if he or she has ever agreed (orally or in writing) to be represented by an agent for the purposes of marketing his or her athletics ability or reputation in that sport. Further, and agency contract not specifically limited in writing to a sport or particular sports shall be deemed to all sports, and the individual shall be ineligible to participate in any sport.
Athlete Recruiting Services is unique in that we do not evaluate talent, promote or represent any athlete,or utilize student athlete likenesses. We are not agents. We allow student athletes to build a personal profile, choose their own division level and regions, and send that profile to the programs that they choose.
Can any other recruiting service say the same?
Athlete Recruiting Services stands above the rest by never jeapordizing student athlete eligibility.
Monday, July 26, 2010
Athlete Recruiting Services simplifies the process by providing the missing exposure, that introduction to college coaches, and a way to manage the process. Your Athlete Recruiting Services profile includes athletic, academic and community accomplishments as well as referral letters, picture, and video links. You decide which level of program, NCAA DI, DII or DIII for example, and what region or regions of the country that you want to send your profile to. Following your send out, you will receive a report that shows which schools opened your email so that you can better manage your results.