NCAA Visits

  • 30 Mar, 2016

NCAA Official Visits

Please familiarize yourself with all the rules and regulations regarding the NCAA Official Visits. Keep in mind that you can take up to a maximum of 5 official college visits during your senior year in high-school. Please keep in mind that college coaches can offer official visits to their top recruits. That’s why is important to get on the coaches radar early in the process. Student-athletes must be invited on official visits by the coach as they cannot invite themselves. An official visit is payed by the college.

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Official Visits

NCAA Unofficial Visits

The best advice is to make as many unofficial visits as possible. But before you decide to do that please make sure to let the coaches know far in advance when you intend on visiting their program. Be aware of the fact that those visits at your own financial expense. Don’t be offended if coaches are not able to meet you, as this may make them complying with NCAA rules regarding contact depending on your age and graduation year.

Many athletes have been taking full advantage of these types of visits. This is an easy way to get coaches to realize you are a serious recruit. Of course, if the schools you want to attend are across the country, you will be looking at very expensive visits. And you need to be aware that taking a visit at your own cost will not guarantee you a spot on the team.

Conclusion

Coaches want to meet athletes who are interested in their program, but keep in mind that you might not be the right fit for the team. You need to ensure that you fit both academically and athletically. This is not just an athletic decision; it’s a one in a lifetime opportunity. For more information visit the campus policies and procedures here.

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