What requirements do I need to be able to practice, play and get a scholarship at an NCAA Division I or II college or university?
You need to complete the following:
1. Graduate from high school;
2. Complete a minimum of 16 (for Division I) or 14 (for Division II) core courses;
3. Present the required grade-point average (GPA) (for complete details, see the Freshman Eligibility Standards Quick Reference Sheet for Division I or a minimum 2.0 GPA for Division II);
4. Present a qualifying test score on either the ACT or SAT (for complete details, see the Freshman Eligibility Standards Quick Reference Sheet); and
5. Request final amateurism certification (beginning April 1 for fall enrollees or beginning October 1 for spring enrollees).
Football-Specific Player Evaluations
Qadry Ismail's wealth of football experience as a 10-year NFL veteran and Super Bowl Champion with the Baltimore Ravens, coupled with his work as a College Football Analyst for ESPN make him a great resource for players who are looking for an expert evaluation.
Interested players should submit their HUDL or Youtube film via email along with the consultation fee and you will get a full write-up, including pro/college-player comparisons that can be used in communications with college coaches.