New Recruiting Rules

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  1. BigSoccer

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    The article made a mistake...rising Juniors are preparing for June 15, 2019 NOT 2020. They can speak with coaches June 15 , 2019 which is after their sophomore year.
     
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    Correct but not until then. The article was silent on players emailing schedules but then talked about media contact. I think it is all dark now until after your sophomore year. Let's see who stays compliant.
     
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    Colleges are still having ID camps this summer for girls 8th grade and up. Are these even more of a waste of money now with the new rules for an incoming HS freshman or sophomore? Any opinions?
     
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    They are not if your kid has been "identified" and interested in a particular school. If you choose to go, make sure you tell your kid's coach so they can alert the coaches your kid is coming.
     
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    They can also be a good rehearsal for when they are old enough to talk to the coaches.
     
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    Can the coaches even really talk to the kids at these camps about the school or the program? Are there compliance people at camps?
     
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    Do these rules also apply to D-2 and NAIA?
     
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    D2 yes, but D2 is still different rules than D1 (to allow for less expensive programs). NAIA is a completely different organization from NCAA.
     

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