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How Does An Athlete Go D1?

Updated: Nov 11, 2020

By informing, igniting and inspiring all facets of the Division I recruiting process - athletes, parents, trainers, coaches, supporters and fans of high school sports, the Future of D1 answers this question and many others you'll have on your path to a Division I scholarship opportunity.

No two paths to a Division I scholarship are alike so how does an athlete end up on the recruiting radar?

In high school, a student's performance athletically directly impacts their chances of being recruited to play a college sport. It is then in college where an athlete's performance directly impacts their chances of playing their sport professionally. Football requires at least 3 years of college before declaring for the NFL, with the highest valued prospects coming from Division I programs, the Future of D1 is the future of the NFL.

No matter what stage of the process you’re in, what happens in the four years before an athlete signs a National Letter of Intent (NLI) is information only accessible to a chosen few. We're here to change that for the aspiring many. We're here to help improve your chances to not only attend a D1 college or university but play at the Division I level.

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