Athletic Scholarships and Playing College Sports
• “8 million high school student-athletes 
• 520,000 (6.5%) college student athletes (NCAA DI, II, III, NAIA, NJCAA, NCCAA)
• ~ 138,000 athletic scholarships available (NCAA DI and DII)
• ~ 140,000 (25%) of college student-athlete play Division I, 75% play at DII, DIII, NAIA, or NJCAA.
• < 1% of high school student-athletes receive full athletic scholarship • average athletic scholarship = $11,000 • NCAA Division III Schools don't offer athletic scholarships but offer Merit Scholarships and athletic ability could play role.” “NCAA maximum scholarship number offered for NCAA Division I Football is 85, NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer is 14. “Head Count Sport scholarship limit is absolute, and student-athletes receiving awards cannot exceed this number. NCAA Division I Football program cannot have more than 85 scholarship players on their roster. Head Count Sports are only for NCAA Division I sports. “Equivalency Sport scholarships can be divided into partial scholarships into any proportion up to the maximum allowed. NCAA Division I Baseball team can offer up to 11.7 scholarships divided anyway they would like. A baseball team typically has a roster of 25 – 30 players. [Athletic Scholarships 101 see the entire report @ the following link: http://digitalsports.com/college-recruiting/athletic-schol Posted on 28 April 2017 by guidingfuturestars ]