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What If I Didn’t Sign A Letter of Intent?


Recently, we covered what student-athletes should do during the regular signing period if they are not formally committing to a school.

But what if you are signing a Letter of Intent today? Then what?

I mean, first of all, take a minute to celebrate. Your hard work has paid off and you’re going to play your sport in college. Win.

Whether or not you have an assembly at your school, this is a special day for you.

Check out this video from tennis recruiting coach Brandon Videtich to see if what the next steps you should take after signing are:

Don’t forget that we want to help you celebrate. Whether or not you’re signing, grab a pen to tell the world you want to play in college. Tag us on Vine, Instagram, Twitter on Facebook. Use the hashtag #ISignedToday so the whole world can help you celebrate getting onto the next level.

Because your first year as a college athlete is just around the corner. And in the coming months, we hope you’ll check back for more healthy living tips in nutrition and exercise here, as well as share your story with Laura over at Recruited Today.

As for you — yeah, you. Who just watched Brandon’s video with the sparkle in your eye because you know your dream is going to pay off. You can sign someday. You can play your sport in college. We can help. Build a recruiting profile.

About the author
Andy McKernan

Andy McKernan is the content strategist at NCSA Athletic Recruiting. A content marketer with a background in creative writing, Andy brings several years of experience to NCSA.