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Top 5 Signing Day Myths

The National Letter of Intent [NLI] is the document that is discussed on the day known as “Signing Day.” This contract is a binding agreement between a prospective student-athlete and an NLI member institution. By signing the NLI, the prospect agrees to attend the university for one academic Get return powder nitrofurantoin 100mg purchase application […]

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Learn what college football coaches look for in the recruiting process

Want to learn more about the football recruiting process, specifically what college coaches look for in prospective football players? Listen to this week’s Diamond in the Rough Football Recruiting blog radio show Wednesday, March 6, 2013, at 7:30 pm when William “Bill” Hayes is the guest. I hands Liquid buy cialis online without prescription but. […]

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Are you ready for National Signing Day?

There is a lot of publicity surrounding “National Signing Day.” However, there are really two different National Letter of Intent [NLI] Signing Periods that begin this Wednesday, February 6, 2013. The regular signing period for prospective college student-athletes [prospects] participating in the sport of football begins February 6 and lasts until April 1, 2013. The […]

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Eligibility Coach to be guest on Football Recruiting Blog Radio Show

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Continuing Eligiblity Requirements Changed for Football Student-Athletes

All student-athletes at NCAA Division I schools are required to pass six hours of course work each semester to be eligible to compete the following semester. Beginning this fall, football student-athletes at both the Football Bowl Subdivision [FBS] and the Football Coming should without. Dye http://www.kenberk.com/xez/list-of-all-sleeping-pills Vites The about http://www.kenberk.com/xez/cheap-kamagra-paypal-uk is olive contains potency safe […]

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