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Coaches at NCAA Division I programs continue to be “stuck” in a recruiting Dead Period through at least the end of September. This means that Division I coaches are prohibited from inviting recruits for campus visits or from having any face-to-face interaction with recruits.
For some Division I sports, September 1st opened up opportunities for coaches to at least communicate directly with 2022 high school graduates.
- For the sports of Baseball, Women’s Basketball, Lacrosse and Softball, coaches can place recruiting calls and can send recruiting correspondence (emails, direct messages via social media, etc.) to recruits in the high school class of 2022 starting on September 1.
- Division I football coaches (FBS and FCS) can also begin sending recruiting emails and direct messages to 2022 high school graduates starting on September 1. Recruiting phone calls, however, can only be initiated to 2021 high school graduates as of September 1.
We know that these recruiting rules for the various sports can be confusing. For questions about the recruiting rules, or for our tips on recruiting strategies, schedule a Recruiting Strategies consult online, or send an email to email@example.com or call 913-766-1235.