Someone passed this along to us today. It is a short, very well written article targeting Division II and III recruits along with their parents. An important part of recruiting is asking the right questions. The author, Dan Fitzgerald, provides some excellent guidelines:
By: Dan Fitzgerald, Connecticut Sports Law
Important Questions for Division II and III Recruits
In a recent post, I discussed how the Student-Athletes’ Right to Know Act helps parents and student-athletes ask coaches the important questions during the recruiting process. This law only applies to schools that offer athletic scholarships - essentially Division I schools. However, student-athletes and parents of student-athletes recruited by Division II and Division III schools must also be prepared to navigate the recruting process. Here are a few questions that these parents and student-athletes need to ask of recruiters:
The time commitment involved in playing a sport in Division II or III varies greatly among divisions, conferences and schools.
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