Mission

The mission is to  provide a pathway to Colleges and Universities for young men who are interested in continuing their education and athletic abilities at the next level. Created by Luther Johnson (known as Coach Johnson), who brings years of football knowledge and competitiveness to a very needed community. Coach Johnson goal is to help as many young men get into college as possible. All they (the players) need is a CHANCE and Coach Johnson is willing to Help!

Objective For COLLEGE GRIDIRON EXPERIENCE

The idea for COLLEGE GRIDIRON EXPERIENCE came

from Coach Johnson involvement with the Phil Simms

North-South Annual Football Classic in New Jersey that

highlights high school athletes throughout the State of New

Jersey. After this point Coach Johnson wanted to help

highlight the talents of all young men that are interested in

attending college and playing football. Hence, came the

development of the College Gridiron Experience.

HBCU TEAMS and CONFERENCES

MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (MEAC) Div. 1

Delaware State

Howard

South Carolina State 

Morgan State 

Norfolk State

North Carolina Central


SOUTH WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (SWAC) DIV. 1

Alcorn State 

Alabama A&M 

Alabama State 

Bethune-Cookman

Florida A&M 

Grambling State 

Jackson State 

Mississippi State 

Prairie View A&M 

Southern 

Texas Southern

 BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE DIV.1

Hampton 

North Carolina A&T


Robert Morris

CENTRAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

(CIAA) DIV. 2

Bowie State Lincoln Univ. of PA

Chowan Shaw University

Elizabeth City State St. Augustine’s

Fayetteville Virginia State

Johnson C. Smith Virginia Union

Winston-Salem State Livingston

SOUTH INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (SIAC) DIV. 2

Albany State Kentucky State

Benedict College Lane College

Central State Miles College

Clark Atlanta Morehouse College

Fort Valley State  Savannah State

Tuskegee 

 MOUNTAIN EAST CONFERENCE

(MEC) DIV. 2


Frostburg State Fairmont State

Notre Dame College West Liberty

Charleston Concord

UNC Pembroke Glenville

West Virginia State Alderson Broaddus

Wheeling West Virginia

Wesleyan



JUNIOR COLLEGES AND POST GRADUATE SCHOOLS

THE JERSEY GATOR POST-GRAD PROGRAM

COLLEGE GRIDIRON PLACEMENT PROGRAM (CAPP)

LACKAWANNA COLLEGE

NJ WARRIORS JUCO FOOTBALL




TEAMS and CONFERENCES

COLONIAL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (CAC)

(FCS) DIV. 1


Albany

Delaware

Elon

James Madison

Maine

New Hampshire 

Richmond

Stony Brook

Towson

RHODE ISLAND

Villanova

William & Mary

MIDDLE ATLANTIC CONFERENCE (MAC) DIV. 3

EAST WEST

Kent State Northern Illinois

Miami Ball State

Buffalo Eastern Michigan

Ohio Central Michigan

Bowling Green Western Michigan

Akron Toledo

PENNSYLVANIA STATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

(PSAC) DIV. 2

EAST WEST


Bloomsburg California Univ. of PA (CAL U)


East Stroudsburg Clarion


Kutztown Edinboro


Lock Haven Gannon


Millersville Slippery Rock


Shepherd Mercyhurst


Shippensburg Seton Hill


West Chester Indiana Univ. of PA (I.U.P)





NORTHEAST CONFERENCE (NEC) (FCS) DIV. 1-AA 

Bryant Central Connecticut

Duquesne Long Island

Sacred Heart Saint Francis


WAGNER

NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE (NEC-10) (FCS) DIV. 2

American International College Assumption

Stonehill Bentley

Saint Anselm College Southern Ct State

University of New Haven PACE University

PATRIOT LEAGUE (FCS) DIV. 1

Holy Cross Bucknell

Fordham Lafayette

Colgate Lehigh

New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) DIV. 3

Salisbury Montclair State

Rowan William Paterson

KEAN TCNJ


Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) DIV.3

Albright Wilkes

Alvernia Widener

FDU-Florham Delaware Valley (Del Val)

Lycoming Stevenson

King’s Lebanon Valley

Misericordia



Are You Eligible ?

Division I Academic Eligibility:

Three years of math (Algebra 1 or higher) Two years of natural/physical science (including one year of lab science if your high school offers it) One additional year of English, math or natural/physical science. Two years of social science

Division II Academic Eligibility:

To be eligible to compete in NCAA sports during your first year at a Division II school, you must meet academic requirements for your core courses, grade-point average (GPA) and test scores. … Complete 16 core courses: Three years of English. Two years of math (Algebra 1 or higher).NCAA Division II schools tend to be smaller public universities or private colleges. These schools have more limited finances than their Division I counterparts, which is reflected in the number of scholarships they can offer. The NCAA limits each Division II school to 36 full, or partial, scholarships per year.

What is a Fee Waiver?

If you are unable to pay the registration fee for the NCAA Eligibility Center due to financial considerations, there is an option in the payment section to indicate you are eligible to receive a fee waiver. You are eligible for a waiver of the registration fee if you have received a waiver of the SAT or ACT fee. (This is not the same as a U.S. state voucher.) You must ask an authorized high school official(Guidance Counselor) to submit your fee waiver verification online after you complete your registration. If you request a fee waiver and are unable to receive the fee waiver, you can simply log back in to your account at eligibilitycenter.org and make a payment with a credit card or e-check.

TO GET YOUR FAFSA #(Financial Aid #) GOTO WWW.FAFSA.GOV TO COMPLETE APPLICATION

NCAA ELIGIBITY RESOURCES

Updated informational materials for students and coaches, as well as the COVID-19 updates for the 2021-22 school year.

Initial-eligibility, registration and certification process. Please refer the registration website, eligibilitycenter.org, or the educational site, ncaa.org/playcollegesports for even more information.

Links to many of our resources are below and can also be found on our School Presentation Resources page.

** Please visit on.ncaa.com/COVID19_FALL2022 for important adjustments.

Eligibility Center Website: The official registration and certification site for college-bound student-athletes who plan to compete at an NCAA Division I or II college.

** Initial-Eligibility Brochure (printable version): A quick guide to the academic standards and steps that it takes to become an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete.

Division I Academic Requirements Guide: A complete breakdown of the NCAA Division I initial-eligibility standards.

Division II Academic Requirements Guide: A complete breakdown of the NCAA Division II initial-eligibility standards. 

Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete: The Guide is a highly comprehensive tool that has been designed to help students and families understand the NCAA initial-eligibility process. It also helps to prepare student-athletes and families for the transition from high school to becoming an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete. 

When can Colleges Start Recruiting for Football?

Generally speaking,the most important dates on the calendar will be June 15 or September 1(depending on your sport), going into the athlete’s junior year of high school. For most sports, this is when coaches can start reaching out to recruits.  

How to Get Noticed by College Coaches and Scouts

1.Research Each Team by Visiting Their University’s Sports Web page.

2.Look for Athletes From Your Area and Ask Them for Information and Help.

3.Talk About the Majors/Academic Programs that Interest You at Their School.

4.  Ask Informed Questions.

Do Coaches look at Recruiting Questionnaires?

Because Recruiting questionnaires are an easy way for coaches to get your information, you might think that all you need to do is simply fill them out.All of the recruiting best practices apply, such as doing your research on a team, making sure the school is a good fit, and writing personalized emails

Can High School Coaches Contact College Coaches?

For most athletes,recruiting starts before the NCAA recruiting rules allow college coaches to contact athletes. As a recruit, you can always call coaches—and they can answer! But they cannot call you back if they miss your call. To work through this, some athletes will get their high school/club coach involved.

What is a College Football Junior Day?

A Junior Day is a recruiting strategy that college coaches are using to get high school athletes on their campus. Junior Days have been around previously, but they are now getting to be more exclusive – or at least starting to serve more of a purpose than before

What do you do at a Junior Day?

The basic definition of a recruiting Junior Day is where a college brings in a number of their sought after recruits in the current junior class. Bringing these juniors allows the athletes to see the school, meet the coaches, get a tour of the facilities, and learn more about the program in general.

What does it mean if a College Coach Emails You?

Recruiting is all about relationships. When you receive an email from a college coach it means nothing more than that your child is good enough to play at their program.They are fishing. … Have your child email the coach,then follow up with a phone call if they don’t get a response.

What does it mean when you get an Unofficial Visit?

Unofficial visits are visits that prospects finance themselves. An unofficial visit might be very official in that it might have a set itinerary, be for multiple days, or be a very important part of a prospect’s recruitment.Prospects may take an unofficial visit at any age or grade level.

How many Official Visits are allowed?

Per NCAA guidelines for most sports, you can only visit a college on an official visit once and have only five total visits to all Division I schools; however, an unlimited number of official visits may be made to Division II schools.

When can an Athlete Commit to a College?

The only time an athlete can officially commit to a college is during the signing period, when they sign their national letter of intent. Any story you see of an athlete getting an offer or committing to a school before the signing period their senior year is unofficial.

Upcoming Events

UNSIGNED SENIOR & UNDERCLASSMEN SHOWCASE

Class of 22, 23, 24 & 25 Let’s Go!

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8TH * 5PM – 8:30PM

MOORESTOWN FIELD HOUSE

605 Glen Ave. Moorestown, NJ 08057

$100.00 Pre-Register / $125.00 Walk Up

Live Streaming to College Coaches

PRO AGILITY (L) DRILLS

5-10-5 Pro Agility

EVALUATION COMBINE

STRETCH /WARM-UP

BROAD JUMP (See Video)

40 YARD DASH (See Video)

5-10-5 Pro Agility (See Video)

PRO AGILITY L DRILLS (See Video)

COLLEGE PREPARATION & LIFE SKILLS

OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE INDY DRILLS

1 on 1 QB/RB/DB COMPETITION

1 on 1 OL/DL COMPETITION (Pending)

WRAP-UP


Broad Jump

40 Yard Dash