NCAA recruiting dead period extended through April 15


The NCAA Division I Council announced Wednesday it was extending the recruiting dead period for all sports through April 15. There has been a dead period in place since the coronavirus pandemic hit in March, meaning there will have been no official campus visits or in-person evaluations in more than a year by the time it potentially ends in April. (ESPN.com)

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NCAA recruiting dead period extended through April 15


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