What you need to know about recruiting
When should I start my son or daughter’s recruiting process?
It is never too early to start your son or daughters volleyball recruiting process. You should start sending out information about your son or daughter as soon as he or she starts high school. The more contacts you have with universities or colleges the better.
All athletes being recruited by NCAA schools, or any athlete that would like to be eligible to play for a NCAA institution must register on the NCAA eligibility website. This used to be called the NCAA clearing house.
All Elite Club members that are over 16 years old must register on the link below
Instructional video for the NCAA eligibility center
NCAA College coaching Tournament etiquette. This video will help you understand what a college coach is allowed and not allowed to do while watching you at a tournament.
Use the links below to search for colleges and universities based off location, majors, learning environments, and even dorm options. You should strive to target approximately 200 or more colleges or universities as potential places your athlete would like to attend.
What does Elite do for your recruiting?
Randy Cline, founder and coach of Elite Volleyball Training Center, was a collegiate coach at every NCAA level. He has many contacts within the college coaching realm not only in the Midwest, but through out the entire country. This can be seen with the players he has coached. He has girls and boys playing on each coast throughout the US. Elite prides itself in building strong relationships not only with its players and families, but also with Universities all over. Do not pay to join any recruiting services without asking Randy first. He does a lot of the leg work for your athlete through his contacts. Unlike recruiting services, he works hard to match a personality of an athlete with one of a college coach.
We recommend you create a free profile at these links:
Megan Hendershot (Central Crossing) Ohio Dominican University
Aaliyah Slappy (Centennial) Cleveland State University
Katie Campbell (Hilliard Davidson) Wheeling Jesuit University
Karley Kusan (Bishop Ready) University of Akron
Keely Creamer (Grove City) Northern Kentucky University
Alana Smith (Amanda Clearcreek) Wright State University
Zach Tisdale (Worthington Kilbourne) Lindenwood University
Kaci Eurez (Buckeye Valley) Urbana University
Corey Randolph (Bishop watterson) Nazareth College
Bryan Downs (Mt. Vernon) Lourdes University
Victoria Thompson (Riverside Local) Ohio Dominican University
Samantha Ebright (Big Walnut) Austin Peay University
Owen McAndrews (St. Eds) Loyola University of Chicago
Emily Gilles (Bishop Watterson) Seton Hill University
Calley Hawkins (Buckeye Valley) University of Northwestern Ohio
Darby Slavin (Bishop Watterson) Ohio Dominican University
Courtney Braun (Hilliard Bradley) Ohio Dominican University
Carleigh Green (Bishop Ready) Eastern Carolina University
Kelly Hutchison (Upper Arlington) Kent State University
Kyle Storc (Bishop watterson) Eastern Mennonite University
Ian Davis (Hilliard Bradley) Lourdes University
Kaleigh Sutherland (Big Walnut) Mars Hill College
Trey Fanfulik (Hill Darby) Lourdes University
Steven Barcus (Mt. Vernon) Lourdes University
Miranda Mounts (Central Crossing) University of North Carolina Wilmington
Lance Wiles (Gahanna Lincoln) Lourdes University
Abigail Easton (Gahanna Lincoln) West Virginia State University
Annie Albrecht (Buckeye Valley) West Virginia State University
Julia Mindlina (Dublin Coffman) Syracuse University
Ellen Conti (Grove City) Tennessee Tech University
Ava Cramp (Upper Arlington) University of Pacific
Haley Benson (Hilliard Bradley) Ball State University
Erin Sekinger (Bishop Ready) The Ohio State University