This post is, of course, still very relevant this year. I am amazed each year with the flurry of recruiting activity (mainly from those student-athletes wanting to get recruited) during the month of January. This really is something that student-athletes (and their families) should be taking care of beginning with their 9th and 10th grade years. Hopefully this information will find its way into some of those young student athletes hands … and heads!
National Signing Day is exciting.
- Exciting for the student-athletes (and their parents) that are beginning the next step of their athletic and academic career…
- Exciting for high school coaches that are proud to see the young men that they have helped mold, shape and develop get rewarded for their work….
- Exciting for the college coaches that have worked so hard over the last year (and longer) to put together their 2014 recruiting class… (and can now get off the road for a few weeks!)
For the 2014 seniors signing the NLI , today is the culmination of the recruiting process. For everyone else (athletes in grades 9-11) the process is either still ongoing, or just getting going.
When I checked my blog stats over the last couple of weeks, I noticed a huge spike with search terms regarding recruiting and that National Letter of Intent. People with questions like “
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