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NCAA Division I Dead Period Extended to January 1st

https://www.instagram.com/p/CFSidtsBdWG/ On September 16th, 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 January 1st. This means that there is no in-person recruiting between college coaches and prospective student-athletes

What Does September 1st Mean in the World of Athletic Recruiting? (+ Webinar)

September marks an important date surrounding communication between prospective student-athletes and college coaches at the Division I level. 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 2022, this information is extremely important! What Division I

NCAA DI Dead Period Extended to July 31st

NCAA DI Dead Period Extended to July 31st On May 27th the NCAA Division I Council Coordination Committee has 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 July 31st. This means that there is no in-person

Webinar Recap- June 15th Happened: Now What?

On April 19th, the NCAA passed major recruiting legislation that has altered the DI recruiting calendar for several major sports. Here we discuss everything you need to know about the new legislation, how it will affect your recruiting process, and what you should be doing moving forward. Before you continue: This legislation applies to all sports

Webinar Recap- June 15th Happened: Now What?

On April 19th, the NCAA passed major recruiting legislation that has altered the DI recruiting calendar for several major sports. Here we discuss everything you need to know about the new legislation, how it will affect your recruiting process, and what you should be doing moving forward. Before you continue: This legislation applies to all sports

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