“Be identified, be recruited”
Finding opportunities for student-athletes to play at the collegiate level is the ultimate goal, but it is not the only consideration in the process. At NLI Scouting, we pride ourselves on assisting student-athletes in finding the RIGHT FIT both academically and athletically.
Using collegiate athletics as the medium to promote the development of student athletes, NLI Scouts work to make sure each of our prospects are well equipped to succeed in college both on and off the field. This goal is attained through the tireless work by NLI to educate our prospects on what it takes to succeed in life off the field, because without that it is difficult to achieve success on the field.
A Common Question That We Get From Families Who Are Interested In Making Their Child A NLI Prospect Is, “How Are You Different Than Everyone Else?”
NLI Scouts Are Sport Specific Who Come To NLI With Already Established Relationships With College Coaches Nationwide. Our Scouts Use These Relationships To Personally Communicate With College Coaches And Get NLI Prospects Identified And Actively Recruited. We Know What College Coaches Are Specifically Looking For In Upcoming Recruiting Classes. This Knowledge Allows NLI To Put Our Prospects In Front Of Colleges That Are Realistic For Each Prospect. NLI Scouts Are Hands On. We Are At Events And Our Careers Are Based On The Trust And Relationships That We Have Developed With College Coaches. We Are Completely Honest With College Coaches, Prospects, And Families.
NLI SCOUTINGRoad map to success
- Start planing now! Take the right courses and earn the best grades you can.
- Ask your counselor for a list of your high school’s NCAA core courses to make sure you take the right classes. Or, find your high school’s list of NCAA core courses at eligibilitycenter.org/courselist
- Register for a Certification Account or Profile Page with the NCAA Eligibility Center at eligibilitycenter.org
- If you fall behind on courses, don’t take shortcuts to catch up. Ask your counselor for help with finding approved courses or programs you can take.
- Check with your counselor to make sure you are on track to graduate on time.
- Take the ACT or SAT, and make sure we get your scores by using code 9999.
- At the end of the year, ask your counselor to upload your official transcript.
- Take the ACT and SAT again, if necessary, and make sure we get your scores by using code 9999.
- Request for final amateurism certification after April 1.
- After you graduate, ask your counselor to upload your final official transcript with proof of graduation.