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NCAA Division III

 

1. Recruiting materials: You may receive printed materials from coaches and schools at any time.

 

 2. Telephone calls: No limit to calls from coaches or the time they are placed; student athletes may make unlimited calls TO coaches.

 

 3. Off-campus contact: Coaches may contact you off-campus after your junior year.

 

 4. Official visits: Student-athletes may make unlimited unofficial visits to schools.

 

 5. Official visits: Official visits paid for by schools allowed following first day of classes of senior year; one official visit allowed per school.

 

 6. Off-campus evaluation: There are no restrictions on the number of contacts and evaluations

 

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NAIA Recruiting: Recruiting Rules for High School Athletics

 

 1. No recruiting Calendar
    
 2. Coaches have no limits on contact with High School Players from Freshmen to Junior year. Senior year they same rules unless the High School Player has enrolled in another institution, then the player become off limits to all other institutions.
    
 3. An institution may pay for one visit to its campus by direct route, for a stay not to exceed two days and two nights. The visit must be completed no less than 10 days prior to the opening day of classes.

 

CAMPUS VISITATIONS AND TRYOUTS OF PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

 

 The Association's attitude toward campus visitation of prospective students is formulated from the following three major principles.

 

 1. The protection of the student in maintaining normal academic progress in high school and junior college.

 

 2. The coordination of this rule with the overall policies of the institution affecting procurement of students with special talents.

 

 3. The control of tryouts consistent with making the intercollegiate program an integral part of the total program without legislating against the student.

 

 A. Individual or group tryouts may be conducted, on the member institution's campus only, for the purpose of assisting in the assessment of athletics promise if tryouts are a part of the general institutional policy in the evaluation and admission of students with special talents. Tryouts, where permitted, shall be limited to no more than two days for a specific student at a member institution.

 

 B. No part of the travel expense, meals, and lodging of prospective students making visitations to an institution shall be paid by the institution unless such practice is a part of the general institutional policy in procurement of other students with special talents and not only for the express purpose of securing athletes.

 

 C. Visitation of prospective students shall not involve loss of school time, except where such visitation occurs as a part of the total visitation program of the institution, approved by the administration of both the host institution and the institution of the visiting prospective student.

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NJCAA Recruiting Guidelines:Rules for High School Athletics


 1. No recruiting calendar

 2. Coaches have no limits on contact with High School Players from Freshmen to Junior year. Senior year they same rules unless the High School Player has enrolled in another institution, then the player become off limits to all other institutions.

 3. An institution may pay for one visit to its campus by direct route, for a stay not to exceed two days and two nights. The visit must be completed no less than 10 days prior to the opening day of classes.
 
 
  4. High School Tryouts/Showcase are allowed as long it is allow by the existing State High School Activities Association regulations in the student-athlete’s home state

 










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