NCAA Recruiting Rules for Multi-Sport Athletes

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Can I be evaluated for all sports I participate in? Yes. If Division I schools are recruiting you for more than one sport, you can be evaluated for each one you participate in-but only during the permissible evaluation periods, which are sport-specific.

In sports other than football and basketball, schools are limited to a combined seven contacts and evaluations per prospective recruit, and no more than three of the recruiting opportunities can be contacts.

If I play two sports, how many official visits can I take? Regardless of the number sports you play, you are limited to five official visits to D-I and -II colleges, which you can start taking at the beginning of your senior year.

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Can I be evaluated for all sports I participate in?
Yes. If Division I schools are recruiting you for more than one sport, you can be evaluated for each one you participate in-but only during the permissible evaluation periods, which are sport-specific.

In sports other than football and basketball, schools are limited to a combined seven contacts and evaluations per prospective recruit, and no more than three of the recruiting opportunities can be contacts.

If I play two sports, how many official visits can I take?
Regardless of the number sports you play, you are limited to five official visits to D-I and -II colleges, which you can start taking at the beginning of your senior year.

How many times can college coaches visit my high school?
When you're being recruited in more than one sport, including football and basketball, coaching staff can visit your school once a week, but all visits must be on the same day of the week. 

For more info, check out ncaa.org.


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