Recruits discuss earlier official visits
June, 5, 2014
By Tom VanHaaren | ESPN.com
One hundred and forty prospects in the ESPN 300 have given a verbal commitment, yet none of those recruits has taken an official visit to his school of choice.
The NCAA does not allow college football recruits to take official visits, which are paid for by the university, earlier than the first day of a student athlete’s senior year in high school. College coaches have recently spoken out about changing a few recruiting rules, including instituting an early signing period, but how do the recruits themselves feel about the NCAA’s guidelines?