Every rising Junior should be registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center before the start of the school year.
Click on this link for the NCAA Eligibility Center formerly the NCAAClearinghouse http://www.athleticscholarships.net/ncaa-clearinghouse.htm?gclid=CO7m1NvAkLYCFQo3nAodg1EAzA&gclsrc=aw.ds
Click on this link for the NAIA Eligibility site
Being recruited to play college football should a very exciting experience for all involved.
Players can start attending college camps and combine before their freshmen year and begin prepping for the PSAT.
As a freshman or sophomore players should start taking prep classes for the SAT and/or ACT and register and take the SAT and/or ACT for the first time.
By the start of the junior year player should be registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center and make contact with at least ten schools. Attend college camps and ask to be "evaluated". Retake SAT and/or ACT. By season end each of the chosen schools should have tape of the player.
By senior year players should have identified and attended camps at their schools of choice. Retake if necessary the SAT and or ACT.
There are hundreds of collegiate and junior college football programs across the country. Find the one that best fits your needs. An education is worth everything. A FREE education is as good as gold.
This link list all the college football websites in the country http://www.linkathletics.com/