A note from Coach Koch

This information should be used to help answer questions and give you a general idea to the recruiting process…However, the recruiting process is vastly different for each athlete and there are always “special circumstances” and different options than what is expressed here. These are not Francis Howell High School’s ideas and should not be taken as “advice from Coach Koch.”

I strongly recommend you email me to request a time to sit down and decide on a plan of action to get your son the most exposure and best possible chance for an athletic scholarship. At this meeting, I can explain in detail what I do for your kid. From “Recruiting Bios” that I make for each athlete, Highlight films that we provide at no cost, what I send when I create a mailing package for your son, “Recruiting Nights” and what we do there, how I get our Freshmen players on major D1 BCS school’s recruiting lists, etc. If you have a question about something, feel you would like a better explanation, or would like to have my personal opinion / advice on a subject please feel free to send any and all questions to Coach Koch at:

Thank you,

Coach Koch

Important Recruiting Resources

Printable "Recruiting Workbook"

NCAA Website

How to contact the NCAA
NCAA Eligibility Center – (877) 262-1492 (11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern time Monday through Friday).

Request a new Personal Identification Number (PIN).
Check the status of an academic certification.
Questions regarding your initial-eligibility status.
Case-specific inquiries concerning amateurism cases.
Questions about the amateurism certification process.
Questions about the status of a core-course review.
Questions regarding disability services.

NCAA Membership Services – (317) 917-6008 (noon to 4 p.m. Eastern time Monday through Friday) for parents, college-bound student-athletes and the public.
Questions about NCAA rules.

Determine your Eligibility

Quality Recruiting Information Sites

Official NCAA Website Website Website