The Myths And Truths Of The Recruiting Process (Part Three)

This is my favorite part of this entire information I’ve laid out to you because there are misconceptions that athletes have about what and verbal offer is and a committable offer. What a true commit is and what a verbal commit is. When does the recruiting process actually start and what can and cannot take place according to the NCAA. This is the truth or myth section. I understand that coaches talk. I talk to many of them every day and I know they have to be careful and very clear on what they say to students and to coaches. Let’s be clear, a verbal offer through a coach from a college or university coach when you are a freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior, is just that VERBAL

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Deep Creek Lineman Makes His Pick

The Deep Creek Hornets made strides this year. They only picked up one win, but under new Head Coach Cal Copeland, that win was a step in the right direction. The underclassmen are already working on improvements to next year’s squad. In the meantime, the current seniors have been working out their college committments. In the case of senior lineman Ben Lounsbury, the big man now has it all worked out.

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The Myths And Truths Of The Recruiting Process (Part Two)

For those of you that feel you are a DI or DII recruit, then the following applies to you. If you want to participate in NCAA Division I or II football, you must also be certified as an amateur student-athlete. The NCAA Eligibility Center will determine the amateurism eligibility of all freshman and transfer-college bound student-athletes for initial participation at an D-I or D-II college or university.

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