Oversigning.com
14Jul/104

On the Horizon

Just wanted to let you guys know that we have been contacted by NCSA and they have expressed an interest in providing some content from their recruiting experts on the topic of oversigning. 

We are working on the details, but they have indicated that they would be willing to provide video footage of their experts talking specifically about oversigning and what they see from their end.  Based on what Brian Davidson wrote in his blog on NCSA's site regarding oversigning, the video footage, or whatever additional content we get from them, should be very interesting and relavent.

"I also would like to point out that there are several steps an athlete can take to make sure they aren’t among the casualties.    The NCSA curriculum teaches student-athletes how to walk the fine line between getting the last scholarship offer that is truly available and receiving a scholarship that is contingent upon the school not snagging the commitment of one more blue-chipper.  In essence the ability to make sure that your spot on the roster is secure.  Its just one more advantage of real recruiting education."

http://www.ncsasports.org/blog/2010/05/28/did-you-sign-or-get-over-signed/

Stay tuned!!

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31May/103

NCSA – National Collegiate Scouting Association

We were just linked up by NCSA.  It appears they have found our site and are now recommending that their readers visit our site and educate themselves on the topic of oversigning. 

NCSA is the leading collegiate recruiting source for more than 35,000 college coaches across the country.  From their website:

The National Collegiate Scouting Association (NCSA) was founded in 2000 by Chris Krause, a former full-ride scholarship football player at Vanderbilt University, with a two-pronged mission: To provide a means for college coaches at every level to find the recruits best suited for their programs and to educate high school student athletes and their families about the college recruiting process.

From Brian Davidson's article on their website regarding oversigning.com.