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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

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

April 11th: How Does National Signing Day Affect My Recruiting Process?

April 11th, 2018 is likely circled on any senior student-athlete’s calendar. The date marks the beginning of the Regular National Letter of Intent Signing Period for Division I and Division II athletes in ALL sports except Football, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, and Men’s Water Polo. The table below, from nationalletter.org, highlights the key dates surrounding