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Recruiting Refresher

Recruiting Refresher

Division I schools are restricted from announcing any new college football recruits until Letter of Intent signing day, February 6, 2003. Although fully qualified JC players may sign in December, it has been the University of Oregon's policy in the past to wait and acknowledge those players with the prep players announced in February. I believe that will also be Oregon's tack this year.

Oregon does not release the names of verbal commitments. And, in fact, is precluded by NCAA recruiting rules from discussing any recruit by name outside of the athletic department prior to having received the player's signed letter of intent on signing day. It is acceptable for pertinent athletic department personnel to relate in general terms to those who ask how recruiting is going prior to... Recommended Stories

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