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Major Change to NCAA Recruiting Calendar

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

Webinar Recap: Recruiting in 280 Characters or Less – How to Handle Social Media Throughout the Recruiting Process

Social media has become part of our everyday lives, whether we like it or not, and that certainly pertains to the recruiting process as well. In this webinar SportsRecruits Recruiting Analysts Chris Ruhl and Emily Wetz discuss the ins and outs of social media in your recruiting process!   Watch the webinar to learn about

Webinar Recap: Messaging College Coaches in Your Recruiting Process

Messaging college coaches is crucial throughout your recruiting process. SportsRecruits Recruiting Analysts Chris Ruhl and Emily Wetz discuss the general guidelines when messaging college coaches for student-athletes and their families. They discuss the importance of messaging throughout your proccess and exactly what you should be reaching out to coaches about!   Watch the webinar to

NCAA Division I Council Passes New Legislation to Halt Early Recruiting

After meeting April 17th and April 18th in Indianapolis, the NCAA Division I Council has voted to adopt sweeping changes to the current recruiting model in an effort to put a stop to early recruiting. To note, these changes will be effective starting in the 2018-2019 academic year. This new legislation applies to ALL Division