When and how does college scholarship recruiting begin?

Waiting to contact coaches might be the biggest mistake a young student-athlete may make!  Student-athletes should begin their freshman year. This doesn’t mean you should rush out and start calling coaches.  If you are that prodigy athlete things will be different for you. However, everyone must get educated on the recruiting process and academic requirements.

Relationships are developed by student-athletes who are proactive, including, getting their video highlights, stats and information out to coaches.  Then calling, writing, and take unofficial and official visits to these college coaches at any time.

D1 and D2 schools may not be able to contact you right away according to NCAA rules. However, coaches from DIII and NAIA schools can call a student-athlete at any time, though some opt to follow the Division I and II rules.

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