Your Guide to Getting Recruited Without In-Person Recruiting



In response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the NCAA Division 1 Committee extended its suspension of in-person recruiting through at least June 30 and NCAA Division 2 sports are observing a quiet period from June 1-30, during which time on-campus in-person recruiting is permitted. This change to the recruiting process is just one of the many announced by the NCAA and other organizations as the sports community adjusts to the challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic:

Student-athletes and their families are struggling to keep the college recruiting process on track. With limited to no in-person recruiting, depending on the division level, athletes and coaches are adjusting to a recruiting process that has become 100% digital.

In an effort to help student-athletes adapt quickly to recent changes, we’ve created a recruiting guide for all college-bound athletes to guide them through the next few weeks. From how to train and stay active without a sports season to time-management skills as athletes transition to virtual learning to establishing a healthy and positive mentality during this time, it’s all covered in our guide to managing your athletic recruiting process.

Download NCSA’s guide to managing your recruiting

You can also visit NCSA’s website to learn more about NCAA dead periods and how to stay on track athletically and academically during this time.

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