By having a good basketball skills
Not likely to happen.
Yes you can get a scholarship in middle school I got a scholarship to west catholic and I'm only in the 8th grade so, yes you can.
"Football is a very good sport to be in to try and get a scholarship. Also, you can try and get a scholarship in hockey, baseball, basketball and la crosse."
She was awarded a basketball scholarship to Florida International University where she currently attends. However, she is not playing basketball...don't know what happen to the scholarship.
Yes, you can get a college scholarship for college basketball. You will need to be quite good and recognized in your school and district to attract schools to offer you a scholarship. It also helps if you school's team is good so they will gain more attention. http://www.oppapers.com/search_results.php?action=search&query=college+basketball
yes its called a walk-on.
You can get a scholarship (like me) or just tryout for a team.
No many players are recruited with little or no scholarship money. Other players also "walk on".
Very good There are somewhere around 1600 total scholarship spots available each year in Division I men's basketball. Figure thousands and thousands of high school basketball players are contending for those 1600 spots. So, logic would tell us that for a player to receive a scholarship to a division I school for basketball one would have to be in the top 1% of all high school basketball players nationwide.
yes The NCAA allows 13 scholarship spots for basketball rosters.
you go on a medical hardship, you keep your scholarship, which does not count towards the team's total
Merit Based Aid
He wasn't interested in playing college basketball. And only wanted to play football for Notre Dame
No, you can walk on to the team if you are good enough. Some schools like Cornell do not have any basketball scholarships.
He got scholarship to get into universuty for his basketball skills.But not mention if he accomplished it.
13 scholarship players but no limit on walk ons
Yes, they're d2 so they have athletic scholarships
Yes. Johnson attended USC on a baseball and basketball scholarship. He quit basketball after his sophomore year to concentrate on baseball. I have not been able to find any statistics concerning his basketball days.
He played basketball in junior high and high school and received an athletic scholarship to George Washington University in Washington, DC.