NCAA Eligibility and Recruiting Guidelines and Requirements: What Coaches, Athletic Directors, and Parents Need to Know
by Dan Eassa
Webinar presenter Dan Eassa has been involved in virtually every aspect of athletics, and at every level of athletes. A 4-year collegiate student athlete, Dan was fortunate enough to be invited in for 11 NFL, 3 CFL tryouts, and has signed several professional football contracts. A 17-year sportscaster, Dan has covered such events as the Super Bowl, World Series, Daytona 500, the Masters, as well as multiple collegiate and high school championships. Dan has also made time to coach athletes from the recreational to the professional level. He has now dedicated his life to educate high school athletes and their families about the importance of academics and how it can help them achieve their athletic dreams, and not the other way around.
In the arena of high school athletics, relatively few athletes garner the attention of college recruiters. This might explain why when it does occur, athletes, parents, coaches, athletic directors, and counselors are often naïve to the process.
This free webinar was led by Dan Eassa of the Recruiting Education Foundation, Tampa, Florida, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) dedicated to educating coaches, athletic directors, student-athletes, and parents about the college recruiting process and academic eligibility. Dan will address many important recruiting topics including scholarship myths and facts, the NCAA and NAIA eligibility centers, NCAA core course requirements, National Letter of Intent, and much more. Dan will place special emphasis on the academic changes for NCAA class of 2016 and touch on additional adjustments that might be forthcoming. These guidelines are always changing, so be sure you get the latest information!
The ASEP Successful Coaching webinar series is offered free of charge to coaches, athletic administrators, athletic trainers, instructors, students, professionals, and parents interested in learning about the hottest topics in the sports arena. Webinars to date have addressed concussion management, bullying and social media, sports nutrition, and college recruitment.
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