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February Signing Day is Less Than a Month Away


For seniors who play football, field hockey, soccer, track & field/cross country, men’s water polo your signing period is less than a month away! On February 5,2014 athletes in these sports will be able to sign a National Letter of Intent.

During this time elite football players signing with NCAA DI colleges will receive quite a bit of publicity. While it might not make national news football players in other divisions and athletes in different other sports are signing during this period too. The football signing period will end on April 1, 2014 and the signing period for field hockey, soccer, track & field/cross country, men's water polo will end on August 1, 2014.

The last signing period for all sports not mentioned above will begin on April 16, 2014.

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:


  • Share on BeRecruited’s Face­book Page

  • Tweet @BeRecruited on Twitter

  • Change Your BeRe­cruited Sta­tus to Committed


Did You Know? There are 635 NCAA DI and DII colleges who are part of the NLI. The Ivy League, Service Academies, DIII institutions, NAIA institutions, preparatory schools and junior colleges. All members of the NLI program are required to offer athletic scholarships.

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