If I'm caught committing recruiting violations (Booster Gifts), can that impact me getting another coaching job? August 28, 2018 22:34 Updated Yes, when schools are looking for coaches, they look at 4 different factors: Experience Success Reputation Loyalty Related articles I went to a recruit's house but he wasn't there - why didn't I get my money back? I'm coaching in Division III, what are the odds of landing a DI-A type of player - maybe even someone that's ranked? What if I guarantee a recruit a starting spot, then I don't give it to him or promise playing time and don't live up to the promise? Are there any repercussions? What's the difference between the different pitching roles (mopup, long A/B, LH/RH specialist, setup A/B and closer A/B)? What factors do recruits consider besides the amount of attention they receive in recruiting?