Kyle – Can you tell me the MAJOR factors that differ between choosing a D3 School and NAIA School?
BCP: This is perfect for you, CLICK HERE Division III student-athletes can only receive academic or non-athletic scholarships – no athletic scholarships are allowed.
And for the people who sent there highlight film to you from this past season, Do you send there highlights off to colleges that the player is best fitted from his film or just to all Schools D1-NAIA by the player?
BCP: We have sent a report off to D1AA, D2, D3 and NAIA programs with players we feel can play at one of those levels. It is sent to all the schools at those levels (in our data base) and they take it from there (as far as who they want to do more homework on).
Kadeem – Is it true that NAIA Schools offer Full Rides?
BCP: NAIA includes two divisions (Division I and II) and Division I in the NAIA is comparable to Division II in the NCAA. Over 90% of schools in the NAIA offer scholarships, and NAIA athletes receive an average of $7,000 of financial aid. The amount and type of scholarship you receive will depend on, among other things, which association your school is affiliated with and which division within that association your school plays in. Click here and Read THIS
Corey Martinez, Tampa Catholic 2014 OT
verbal offer from Tennessee
Kyle Gibson, Armwood 2014 S
verbal offer from Mississippi State
George Campbell, East Lake 2014 ATH
verbal offer from Florida
Connor Rafferty, Robinson 2013 OT
offer from Buffalo