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DIY College Football Recruiting Guide
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DIY College Football Recruiting Guide

By Ryan Wiley|February 28, 2024

College football recruiting is different from many other sports because of how massive the sport is. There is a big difference between NCAA Power Five recruiting and Division II and...

9 HBCU Scholarships & How to Apply
DEADLINES ARE APPROACHING!
9 HBCU Scholarships & How to Apply

By Bella Nevin|February 13, 2024

If you are a current or future student at an HBCU, you might be eligible for a scholarship! Here is a list of some HBCU scholarships. Some of them have...

Hump Day Poll

Should Fans Be Allowed to Storm the Court/Field After a Game?
Should Fans Be Allowed to Storm the Court/Field After a Game?
News Roundup: Tennessee Football Under Fire, Dartmouth Athletes Are Now Employees, and Brand New Esports Facilities
BREAKING
News Roundup: Tennessee Football Under Fire, Dartmouth Athletes Are Now Employees, and Brand New Esports Facilities

By Bella Nevin|February 7, 2024

NCAA Investigating University of Tennessee Football The University of Tennessee has recently come under pressure from the NCAA due to possible NIL recruiting violations. In March of 2022, The Athletic...

Athlete Interview: International NAIA Soccer Player, Joseph McInnes
LEARN THE LEVELS
Athlete Interview: International NAIA Soccer Player, Joseph McInnes

By Bella Nevin|February 1, 2024

Joseph McInnes is an NAIA soccer player from Airdrie, Scotland, and plays at the University of Rio Grande. He also previously played at the NCAA Division II level for the...

DIY College Basketball Recruiting Guide
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DIY College Basketball Recruiting Guide

By Jason Zielinski|January 19, 2024

The college basketball recruiting process is a long process that can be compared to a rollercoaster. There are going to be a lot of ups and downs throughout the process....

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4 Ways to Get Recruited From a Small Town
SMALL TOWN RECRUITING
4 Ways to Get Recruited From a Small Town

By Elizabeth White|January 18, 2024

When you are from a small town that is not very popular it can be difficult to get your name out there to college coaches but it is possible.  Ladelle...

Military School Athletic Recruiting Rules
PLAY A SPORT AND SERVE YOUR COUNTRY!
Military School Athletic Recruiting Rules

By Will Rizzo|January 16, 2024

Military schools are a common place for students to look after high school. However, what does it look like to play a college sport for one of these institutions? In...

10 Recruiting Red Flags For College Coaches 
STAY AWAY!
10 Recruiting Red Flags For College Coaches 

By Liza Tankimovich|January 10, 2024

Throughout the recruiting process, being aware of vital red flags pointing to possible problems or concerns while speaking with college coaches is critical. Remember that every circumstance is different. Certain...

8 New Changes in the 2023-24 NCAA Recruiting Guide
NEW CHANGES
8 New Changes in the 2023-24 NCAA Recruiting Guide

By Bella Nevin|January 9, 2024

The 2023-24 NCAA recruiting guide is out, and it has some changes from last year. With things like the transfer portal, NIL, and new research, recruiting rules are constantly being...

A College Recruiting Diary From a Parent’s Point of View
PARENT POV
A College Recruiting Diary From a Parent’s Point of View

By 2aDays Staff|December 22, 2023

This recruiting diary will follow the point of view of a parent who is currently going through the college recruiting process with her daughter (class of 2025). It will embrace...

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Athlete Interview: Fordham Football Walk-On, Jonah Isaac, Gives Recruiting Advice
WALK-ON ATHLETE ADVICE
Athlete Interview: Fordham Football Walk-On, Jonah Isaac, Gives Recruiting Advice

By 2aDays Staff|December 21, 2023

Jonah Issac is a football walk-on player at Fordham University. In this interview, Jonah talks about what his recruiting process what like, how he found Fordham, and his experience being...

NCAA Homeschool Rules and Requirements
HOMESCHOOL INFO
NCAA Homeschool Rules and Requirements

By Bella Nevin|December 18, 2023

If you or your child is a homeschool student and you are going through the college recruiting process, your application and recruiting process will look different than other students. Here...

Academic vs. Athletic Prowess in the Recruiting Process
BRAINS VS BRAWNS
Academic vs. Athletic Prowess in the Recruiting Process

By Will Rizzo|December 18, 2023

We all know that academics are very important in the college recruiting process. However, how important are they? Are academics more important than your ability to play your sport? In...

11 Important Factors For Picking a College as an Athlete
COLLEGE DECISIONS
11 Important Factors For Picking a College as an Athlete

By Liza Tankimovich|November 30, 2023

As a prospective collegiate athlete, you have to consider a number of things when picking a college to ensure that you have a rewarding and well-rounded experience. Here are some...

How to Utilize Social Media in Your Recruiting Process
SOCIAL MEDIA TIPS
How to Utilize Social Media in Your Recruiting Process

By Will Rizzo|November 22, 2023

Social media has started to overtake the recruiting world. People are posting their offers, official visits, and much more on their Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. There are some unwritten rules...

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6 Questions to Ask When Deciding On a College
DECISIONS, DECISIONS
6 Questions to Ask When Deciding On a College

By Will Rizzo|November 15, 2023

Deciding on a college to compete at for the next four years is an important and stressful decision. As such, you want to make sure you have taken your time...

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