New Recruiting Rules

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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.
 

vegasguy

SILVER ELITE
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.
 

ToonArmy

SILVER ELITE
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?
 

Dubs

SILVER ELITE
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?
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.
 

outside!

PREMIER
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.
They can also be a good rehearsal for when they are old enough to talk to the coaches.
 

BigSoccer

SILVER ELITE
Can the coaches even really talk to the kids at these camps about the school or the program? Are there compliance people at camps?
 
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.
Do these rules also apply to D-2 and NAIA?
 
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