Recruiting

For Coaches:

2020 Teams:
2020 Chiefs Team Roster Page

Chiefs 16U Team Roster Page

2021 Teams:
2021 Chiefs Team Roster Page

Chiefs 15U Team Roster Page

For Players and Parents:

Recruiting Essentials: The Science of Scholarship Management

A look at Chicago Cubs scouting of players

Recruiting Guidelines and Timelines
Future Student Athlete Page NCAA | Student Athlete Register NCAA | Recruiting Calendar NCAA

Scholarship Numbers by Division
NCAA Division I Colleges
299 schools participate in NCAA Division I baseball. Each school is allotted 11.7 full ride scholarships for its team. Baseball is a designated equivalency sport.  This means coaches are able to divide their 11.7 scholarships for up to 30 players.

NCAA Division II Colleges
270 schools participate in NCAA Division II baseball. Each school is allotted 9 full tuition scholarships per team. Partial tuition scholarships may be given.

NCAA Division III Colleges
386 schools participate in NCAA Division III baseball. Division III schools are restricted from offering any baseball scholarships.  However, general athletic grants and academic scholarships may be offered.

NAIA Colleges
188 schools participate in NAIA baseball. Each school is allotted 12 full ride scholarships for its team. Partial tuition scholarships may be given.

NJCAA Division I Schools
173 schools participate in NJCAA Division I baseball.  Each school is allotted 24 full ride scholarships to cover all expenses including tuition, books, registration fees and housing.  Partial scholarships are NOT allowed.

NJCAA Division II Schools
125 schools participate in NJCAA Division II baseball. Each school is allotted 24 baseball scholarships. These scholarships can only cover tuition, and can’t cover housing or other expenses.  Partial scholarships are NOT available.

NJCAA Division III Schools
93 schools participate in NJCAA Division III baseball.  NJCAA Division III schools are restricted from offering any athletic scholarships.  They can offer general scholarships and grants.