Hopefully, you have taken the time to read our previous blog post detailing the importance of June 15th in the world of athletic recruiting, especially if you are in the class of 2024. Now that we are a week after June 15th, here are some tips to consider as you move throughout this summer season!
When building a target list of schools, we recommend that you have a mix of schools that you would consider either a reach, fit or safe option. Sometimes, it is hard to dictate how to rank each school on your list. Here is how you can start to figure out how to rank each school on your list!
On September 1st, college coaches at the Division I level will be able to engage in recruiting-related conversations with prospective student-athletes going into their junior year of high school in many different sports. This communication can include phone calls, emails, video chat software (Zoom, FaceTime, Skype, etc.), and social media direct messaging. These conversations can
June 15th marks an important date surrounding communication between prospective student-athletes and college coaches from both NCAA Division I and Division II programs. This is when prospective student-athletes and college coaches can start to engage in more serious conversations regarding recruiting. If you are in the high school graduating class of 2023, this information is
On March 13th, 2020 the NCAA Division I voted to go in what was known as a recruiting Dead Period, which halted all in-person contact between coaches and prospective student-athletes. After multiple extensions, that Dead Period is set to be lifted on June 1st. M. Grace Calhoun, the Chairman of the NCAA Division I council
On February 17th, the NCAA Division I Council Coordination Committee decided to extend the recruiting dead period (as defined in NCAA Bylaw 13.02.5.5) through May 31st. This means that there is no in-person recruiting between Division I college coaches and prospective student-athletes until that date. The Committee will continue to monitor the situation closely. The
On November 18th, the NCAA Division I Council Coordination Committee released updates regarding COVID-19 and how it will affect the recruiting process. They have decided to extend the recruiting dead period (as defined in NCAA Bylaw 13.02.5.5) to April 15th. This means that there is no in-person recruiting between college coaches and prospective student-athletes until
After meeting in the fall of 2018, the Division I Council put a number of brand new NCAA recruiting rules in place. This significantly affects the NCAA recruiting calendar for Division 1 colleges, college coaches, and prospective student-athletes. Here’s what’s new for men’s basketball recruiting: Before you read: This legislation only applies to NCAA D1
After meeting on April 18th and April 19th, the NCAA Division I Council passed sweeping NCAA recruiting legislation that significantly impacts the recruiting calendar for college coaches and prospective student-athletes. Before you read: This legislation applies to all NCAA Division I sports EXCEPT softball, baseball, men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse, football, men’s basketball, and women’s basketball
The following post features excerpts from the SportsRecruits Recruiting Guide for student-athletes. For a confident and fun recruiting process, access the complete guide here. Athletic Scholarships Athletic scholarships at the NCAA Division I and Division II levels are a huge draw for athletes and families. Keep in mind that for NCAA Division III and