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Spring College Recruiting Checklist for Student-Athletes

Impact of Coronavirus on College Recruiting: The NCAA recruiting rules are now different for each division level. NCAA D1 has suspended all in-person recruiting through May 31, 2021. As of September 1, 2020, NCAA D2 and D3 have resumed the regular recruiting rules. Stay on top of the latest news involving the extra year of eligibility for college athletes and how it impacts recruiting. The NCAA has removed the SAT/ACT requirement from their initial academic eligibility requirements. Schools might still require you to take the SAT/ACT. See our full coronavirus resources section.

The athletic recruiting process can seem overwhelming at times. Between recruiting rules and calendars, important deadlines and essential steps to take every year, there are many boxes to check. So, how can student-athletes keep track of the steps they have to take? As student-athletes reach the end of the school year, it’s important to continue developing athletically and academically before taking some time to rest and recharge in the summer. To help you navigate the athletic recruiting process and stay organized (and motivated!) every step of the way, we created college recruiting checklists for every grade level.

Whether you’re an underclassman who’s just getting started in the process or ready to make a college decision, check out the spring recruiting checklists below to ensure that you never miss any essential to-dos as you progress on your athletic recruiting journey.

Spring Recruiting Checklist for Freshmen

Download your Freshman Year Spring Recruiting Checklist here

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Spring Recruiting Checklist for Sophomores

Download your Sophomore Year Spring Recruiting Checklist here.

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Spring Recruiting Checklist for Juniors

Download your Junior Year Spring Recruiting Checklist here.

March

Insider tip: Between paying for your travel, accommodations, meals and more, visits can get expensive. Check out our money-saving tips for your unofficial college visit or consider taking tours online before choosing a select few to visit in person.

April

Insider Tip: Even if you’re not attending camps this summer, you can still build a relationship with the coach. Not interested in a camp or the coach’s program? Always respond back to a coach and politely decline their invite

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Spring Recruiting Checklist for Seniors

Download your Senior Year Spring Recruiting Checklist here. 

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April

April 1

April 14

May

End of Senior Year

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