When a School Doesn’t Want You to Sign a National Letter of Intent

I have spent a good deal of time discussing the National Letter of Intent (NLI) on this blog.  Generally, I have concluded that the most elite prospects should considering forgoing the NLI.  On the other hand, less sought-after recruits should sign the NLI rather than risk that scholarship slots will fill up. Recently, I have […]

Camps Bring Additional Income, Legal Issues for College Coaches

It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen. -John Wooden The popularity of sports camps continues to rise across the American sports landscape.  These camps can be mutually beneficial to coaches and athletes.  For athletes, camps often bring superior instruction and exposure to the coaches at the next level of play.  For […]