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Early Signing Period is Approaching


Early Signing Period is quickly approaching and allows current seniors to finalize their college decisions with NCAA DI and DII colleges. From November 12 - 19, 2014 all sports except football, soccer, and men’s water polo are able to sign a National Letter of Intent. Typically, if you have already given a verbal commitment and are ready to finalize your decision you will sign a NLI during the Early Signing Period. If you do not sign a NLI during this week the Regular Signing Period for these sports runs from April 15 – August 1, 2015.

If your sport has an Early Signing Day and you haven't sign a National Letter of Intent don’t panic! Many athletes end up making their commitment later in their senior year. This extra time allows you to continue to search and find a college fits you athletically and academically.

Do you play football, field hockey, soccer, or men’s water polo? For these sports there is no early signing period. You can sign a NLI for these sports starting on February 4, 2015.

As you finalize your commitment you should be proud you have accomplished your dreams of playing sports in college! The BeRecruited Team is excited to hear about your commitment. Once you've made your decision:

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