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We are your #1 NCAA Certified source for athletic success 

D1FREAK began as a media source for high school athletes in Detroit, Michigan. The company has grown, and has added scouting and recruiting services to our portfolio.

We don’t work with recruiters who sit at a desk and cold-call. Our recruiters have strong relationships in the industry with proven track records. They are former college athletes, coaches, and trainers.

Every year, thousands of student athletes struggle through what can be a stressful, confusing, and at times, an emotionally draining recruiting process.

Even the proactive athlete/parent, who has an idea of how the process works, finds very little answers, and potentially, an uneasy feeling they are somehow falling behind.

We won't sell you a guarantee of scholarship offers. Our goal at D1FREAK, is to create opportunities for the athlete by providing the much-needed exposure they deserve.

Our job is to help set realistic goals, develop a realistic plan, and provide relevant information about your athlete to as many college coaches as possible.


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Certified by the NCAA

The NCAA Enforcement Certification and Approvals Group (ECAG) is responsible for administering the NCAA Scouting Service Approval Process which grants approval to recruiting/scouting services that have met minimum NCAA requirements.  Per NCAA Bylaw 13.14.3, NCAA Division I coaches in the sports of men’s and women’s basketball and football are only permitted to subscribe to recruiting/scouting service that has been granted an NCAA approval. 



By definition, a recruiting/scouting service is any individual, organization, entity or segment of an entity that is primarily involved in providing information about prospective student-athletes.  


A scouting service includes any individual, organization, entity or segment of an entity that is primarily involved in providing information about prospective student-athletes.  An institution is considered to have subscribed to a recruiting or scouting service when a staff member registers to access information provided by the service only to paid subscribers or registers to access information available only to a select group of individuals (e.g., coaches), regardless of whether a charge is associated with accessing the information.  However, an institution is not considered to have subscribed to a recruiting or scouting service if a staff member registers to access information about prospective student-athletes from a service that provides the same information to the general public at no cost.

As of June 1, 2012, NCAA Division I member institutions are only permitted to subscribe to scouting services in basketball and football that are approved through the NCAA scouting service approval process.  The approval process was implemented by the NCAA national office, to ensure compliance with legislated requirements governing the elements required to permit an institution’s subscription to a recruiting service