According to the NCAA, the probability of competing at the men's DI level is a mere 1%, out of an estimated 550,305 high school boys basketball participants.
“Senior Night” doesn't have to be the end of a player's high school career, if playing at the DI level does not come to fruition. Perhaps considering less commonly-known schools like the Castleton State Spartans (DIII) or the Dillard University Blue Devils (NAIA), are an option.
Below are overviews of how the NCAA DII, DIII and the NAIA work:
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