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Big Changes to Division 1 Basketball Recruiting

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

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

Athletic Scholarships: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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

The Recruiting Closet Podcast: Episode 5 – The 3 Pillars of Athletic Recruiting

THE RECRUITING CLOSET PODCAST Matt Wheeler breaks down the recruiting process This is a different kind of episode. Unlike the usual episode format, where we interview experts or unique people in the youth sports world, today we have Matt Wheeler, Co-Founder of SportsRecruits. Matt started SportsRecruits in 2009, after playing 4 years of college lacrosse