Safety & Requirements

Besides giving you, the student athlete, a place to exhibit your talent, we want to create a safe environment for you to share your profile with friends, family, and fans. Every coach/recruiter that is registered with the site will be verified/confirmed with the institution/organization they claim to represent. Also, because of the unique social media aspect of our site, we will only allow positive feedback/constructive criticism. Any inappropriate images, negative messages, and comments will be deleted. Accounts that engage in this activity will be subject to termination.


Division 1 Requirements

The following requirements are for all athletes who want to play NCAA D1 sports and receive an athletic scholarship. 99% of athletes who meet the DI requirements will also be eligible at other division levels.  It is important to remember that just because you meet the academic requirements of the NCAA, you are not guaranteed to gain admission into the school of your choice. Here are the NCAA D1 requirements for athletes graduating in the class of 2013, 2014 or 2015.

  • You must graduate from high school
  • You must complete 16 core courses and receive a minimum GPA of 2.0 in those courses. The core course requirements are as follows 4 years of English, 3 years of Math (Algebra 1 or higher), 2 years of Natural or Physical Science, 2 years of Social Science, 1 extra year of English, Math or Science and 4 years of Religion, Philosophy, Foreign Language or additional years of any of the categories above.
  • You must take the SAT or ACT and score a minimum of 400 on the SAT (Math and Reading only) or 37 on the ACT (your sum score).
  • Your core course GPA combined with your SAT/ACT score must meet the minimum requirements as laid out by the NCAA Sliding Scale (please go to the bottom of this page to see the complete sliding scale).

Division 2 Requirements

  • The requirements to play NCAA D2 sports and receive a scholarship are lower than the DI level. All eligible DI athletes are eligible at the DII level. If you don’t meet the DI requirements but meet the requirements below, you can compete at the NCAA DII level.
  • You must graduate from high school
  • You must complete 16 core courses and receive a minimum GPA of 2.0. The core course requirements are as follows 3 years of English, 3 years of Math (Algebra 1 or higher), 2 years of Natural or Physical Science, 2 years of Social Science, 2 extra years of English, Math or Science and 4 years of Religion, Philosophy, Foreign Language or additional years of any of the categories above.
  • You must take the SAT or ACT. You need to score a minimum of 820 on the SAT (Math and Reading only) or an ACT sum score of 68.

Division 3 Requirements

  • If you are going to compete at the NCAA DIII level you do not need to register with the NCAA. The NCAA has no academic requirements for DIII athletes. Each university sets their own academic standards for student athletes and financial aid. It is best to contact the coaches at the DIII universities you are interested and get the standards from them.
  • NJCAA
  • In order to meet NJCAA academic eligibility requirements you must graduate from high school or receive a GED that has been authorized by a state-recognized education agency or a regional association or approved by the NJCAA National Office.
  • If you’re a non-high school graduate, you can establish eligibility by completing a single term of college work. You’ll have to pass 12 credits with a 1.75 or higher overall grade point average.
  • Being academically ineligible greatly reduces the possibility that you will qualify for any sports scholarships