College Recruiting
The college recruiting process can be very confusing, complicated and frustrating. It is important for you to educate yourself on the recruiting process, the different levels of schools, NCAA academic requirements and scholarships. The following QA and helpful links will help get you started.

How does my son get noticed by recruiters?

The whole process begins when they are a sophomore. Scouting services will contact me to gather player data such as size, speed, GPA and projected level. These services then sell the information to colleges across the country. Then, each year in May colleges will begin reaching out to me to discuss junior prospects. At this time they may request a highlight film and/or an unofficial transcript. That summer, if a player is a Division I recruit, colleges may invite them to a summer camp or junior prospect day. In some cases, during the senior season recruiters will come see a game to further evaluate players. Scholarships can be offered before a players senior year but cannot be formalized until National Signing Day.

*Please note, be weary of companies that reach out to you and offer thier services for a fee as the services that reach out to me are all free services. They make their money from the colleges.


When should my son make a highlight film?

A player should begin making his highlight film in the spring of his junior year assuming he has sufficent film to do so. We utilize a software program call Hudl which allows players to create their own highlight films with music and personal player data. Our coaches are availble to help players get started.


When will recruiters contact my son?


NCAA regulations place constraints on when and how a recruiter may contact prospects. Please refer to www.ncaa.org for the current years recruiting calendar and glossary of terms explaining the different periods of the recruiting process..


How do we know if our son is academically eligible to play Divison I or II football?

In order to play football at the Division I or II level players must academically be cleared by the NCAA. The NCAA requires a certain number of courses in certain curriculum areas. They also utilize a sliding scale of GPA and SAT scores to determine eligibility. Students should register with the NCAA Clearinghouse at the conclusion of their junior year. For up-to-date detailed information please visit the NCAA Eligibility Center (use the icon link to the left).

*Please note: Division III does not follow these clearance requirements.


If you have any further questions or would like to sit down and discuss your son and the recruiting process please contact Coach Henrich to set up an appointment. 
“I am proud of what we have been able to accomplish here in four years and I am thrilled for our players and the opportunities they have in moving on to the next level"
Coach Henrich
 
Visiting Colleges

The following is a list of all of the college programs who have been to Becahi over the last year.

School - Level
Albany 1AA
Brown 1AA
Bryant 1AA
Bucknell 1AA
Colgate 1AA
Cornell 1AA
Dartmouth 1AA
Deleware 1AA
Fordham 1AA
Lafayette 1AA
Lehigh 1AA
Monmouth 1AA
New Hamshire 1AA
Penn 1AA
Princeton 1AA
Rhode Island 1AA
Richmond 1AA
Stony Brook 1AA
Towson 1AA
Villanova 1AA
Wagner 1AA
Army 1A
Boston College 1A
Cal-Berkley 1A
Duke 1A
Eastern Michigan 1A


 
School - Level
Illinois 1A
Kansas 1A
Maryland 1A
Northwestern 1A
Ohio 1A
Old Dominion 1A
Penn State 1A
Pitt 1A
Purdue 1A
Rutgers 1A
Standford 1A
Syracuse 1A
Temple 1A
Tulsa 1A
UCF 1A
UConn 1A
Umass 1A
Virginia 1A
Wake Forest 1A
West Virginia 1A
Western Michigan 1A
William & Mary 1A
Albright 3
Del Val 3
Dickinson 3
F & M 3
School - Level
F & M 3
Gettysburg 3
Ithaca 3
Juniata 3
Kings 3
Leb Val 3
Lycoming 3
Misercordia 3
Moravian 3
Muhlenberg 3
Rowan 3
Susquehanna 3
Ursinus 3
Utica 3
W. New England 3
Assumption 2
Bloomsburg 2
CalU 2
East Stroudsburg 2
IUP 2
Kutztown 2
Lock Haven 2
Millersville 2
Seton Hill 2
Shippensburg 2
West Chester 2
National Preps