Mt. Carmel High School Sundevils Baseball: Links
The CIF-San Diego Section is a voluntary association of public, private, and parochial high schools. The Board of Managers is the governing body. The members of the Board are public school superintendents and private school representatives of 29 school districts and 113 high schools.
Mt. Carmel Sundevils Maxpreps
America's source for high school sports. The Maxprep Mt. Carmel Sundevils baseball team page contains varsity roster, stats, schedules, news and more.
North County Times Varsity Prep Sports
San Diego County High Schools' Varsity baseball teams with rosters, stats, schedules and standings.
North County's greatest teams
Two Mt. Carmel Sundevils teams make the North County Times list of greatest North County teams.
Recruiting and Athletic Scholarships
In order to participate in college athletics at any level, all student-athletes have to be evaluated by coaches and/or recruiters. If you (student-athlete) are not rated as one of the top 300-500 players in your sport, position or event in the world, you need to realize the competition for athletic-related aid has become so intense that student-athletes now need to educate themselves on how to play this game.
It is difficult for both student-athletes and their families to completely understand a coach's evaluation process. It seems that some student-athletes receive scholarships, while others who appear to have equal ability do not. This occurs simply because some student-athletes (”blue chip”) receive more exposure and are listed in hundreds of college recruiting pools. The reality is that there are thousands of scholarships and various forms of need and merit-based financial aid available.
Recruiting Realities - Our Mission
Trying to win in the scholarship game
UT - 02/01/11
With the recruiting game now involving younger students from an ever-expanding pool of athletes, a variety of companies have popped up to offer tools and services for anyone trying to land a scholarship.
College recruiting services offer assistance to high school
North County Times - 09/27/10
Every year, thousands of colleges award millions of dollars in athletic scholarship money. To help facilitate connections between student-athletes and schools, dozens of recruiting companies have cropped up over the last couple of decades, offering services as comprehensive as one-on-one mentoring for the entirety of a kid's high school career and as basic as a free online resume.
Recruiting of athletes starts with the parents
NC Times - 05/17/10
You think you've got a college athlete on your hands. What's next? Well, more than you know.
High school athletes need a college game plan
UT - 02/02/10
""And though NCAA-member institutions hand out more than $1.5 billion in athletic scholarships to more than 400,000 student-athletes each academic year, only the tiniest fraction are highlighted on signing day, and still fewer will receive the publicity traditionally associated with the big day...For most high school athletes, the process is something much different from the prep stars celebrated in the media."
College recruiting: Key dates
UT - 02/02/10
To protect the privacy of high school student-athletes, the NCAA has established rules about contact with college coaches. Below is a list of important dates in the recruiting process:
Recruiting Realities - It's a Game, Know the Rules
Recruiting Realities was founded to provide student-athletes and their families with an educational resource about the collegiate athletic recruiting process.
Aside from enabling athletes to e-mail their link to coaches, SportsForce serves as a one-stop site for coaches to access an athlete’s profile, including grades, stats and highlight videos. San Diego State, USD, UCLA and USC are among universities utilizing SportsForce’s site.
“We let the families feel empowered and understand how to take action around a proven game plan,” said Andrew Beinbrink, SportsForce founder and CEO. “The education has to come first before the athlete is ready to get recruited.”
Athletes most likely to benefit from a company like SportsForce are those just under the radar, often participating in what colleges call nonrevenue-generating sports — baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer or gymnastics.
Perfect Game USA
Perfect Game gives players a quality environment to be seen by college coaches and Major League scouts. Coaches from nearly all of the 309 NCAA Division I programs regularly attends our events, along with coaches from Division II, Division III, NAIA and junior colleges. All 30 Major League teams also send scouts to our events, greatly enhancing each player’s visibility. Our events also give players an opportunity to gauge their skills against their peers and have a positive experience.
The largest and most successful online network connecting high school athletes and college coaches. Free registration.
* Create a profile to market your ability to college coaches
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