College Sports Recruiting

It's vital that student athletes understand the rules of college sports recruiting. There are specific limitations in the methods of recruitment used and the incentives offered. If these rules are not followed, student athletes can lose their scholarships and any awards or championships won while they were on the rule-breaking team.

Each NCAA sport has its own recruiting rules and guidelines; some sports allow don't allow students to receive recruiting materials until September of their sophomore year, while others allow materials to be sent upon completion of a student's freshman year. All sports share some basic guidelines, though. One of these commonalities is that during a dead period, a coach is not allowed any in-person visits.

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