Achieve Admissions provides college consulting services to high school students with a range of backgrounds and interests. For student-athletes who are considering playing a sport in college, Todd brings experience to help navigate the extra complexity and opportunity this entails.
Todd has helped D-I and D-III student-athletes navigate the unique considerations of recruiting in the college admissions process. As the parent of a college athlete (football), he has experienced the recruiting process first-hand. Todd is a long-time youth sports coach and umpire.
Questions to Ask
When considering playing a sport in college, ask these questions:
What are the benefits and trade-offs of being a recruited athlete?
What's the time commitment of a college varsity athlete?
How does the recruiting process work, and what should I be doing?
What are the differences between D-I, D-II and D-III?
How likely am I to be recruited?
Can I count on an athletic scholarship?
How does athletic recruiting impact the college admissions process?
Did you know that only 6% of high school athletes play a varsity sport in college, and only 2% get an athletic scholarship of any amount?
Did you know that NCAA DI athletes put in 40 hours or more per week in practices, meetings, games and conditioning?