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Collegebound Student-Athletes


Bishop Amat student-athletes who see college athletics as a goal beyond the high school level are encouraged to speak with the Athletic-Academic Counselor, Mr. Jeff Tintle, with questions regarding the NCAA and the various aspects of the recruiting process. Additionally, it is highly recommended that Bishop Amat student-athletes speak with their respective coaches about their athletic ambitions. All college bound athletic questions can be directed to Mr. Jeff Tintle, NCAA Counselor. 

NCAA Recruiting

College Athletics has evolved dramatically and the recruiting process has become even more complex. The issues include, but not limited to, eligibility, amateurism, recruiting calendars, dead periods, quiet periods, official visits vs. unofficial visits. With so much information to navigate through it is the objective of the Bishop Amat Athletic-Academic counselor to try and provide answers before having to spend money on recruiting services.

Click below for an Athletic Presentation for the Student Bound Athlete

Bishop Amat Athletics Presentation

Your student-athlete experience begins here.

National Letter of Intent

In the event a Senior Student-Athlete will be Signing his/her National Letter of Intent on one of the three National Signing dates. 

If no one is signing on one of the dates available, there will be no ceremony scheduled. Additional dates added at the discretion of the athletic director. 

If your son or daughter will be signing a National Letter of Intent, and would like to participate in the signing ceremony on one of the National Signing dates, the first step in the process is to contact the Athletic Counselor, Mr. Tintle at

The Athletic-Academic counselor, assists those student-athletes who see college athletics as a goal beyond the high school level.  The counselor will meet and discuss with student-athletes the different aspects of college athletics including the academic requirements, the various levels of competition, the recruiting process, financial aid, scholarships, navigation of the NCAA & NAIA eligibility centers and the other numerous scenarios that arise when dealing with this process.

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