When you search for recruits and enter the division (you should always enter your current division level), the recruits returned to you are those that would be willing to play at your school --- this means the results are specific to your school and based on your school's prestige level within the game (based on school history). This is done because a player who is borderline D-II / D-III, for example, and has options at both levels would consider playing for a top D-III school, but not an average or below average D-III school and therefore those schools (average or below) would simply be wasting their money if they tried to recruit him.
Articles in this section
- I'm coaching in Division III, what are the odds of landing a DI-A type of player - maybe even someone that's ranked?
- Is face time with a recruit required to sign them?
- How much money do I get for recruiting?
- In recruiting which has more weight, the amount of money you spend on a recruit or the attention you pay to him?
- If I make 5 calls at once is it any different (not necessarily better) than if I called once?
- Do recruits become "easier" to recruit as the recruiting window begins to close?
- Is there any signficance to the order of the schools that the recruit is considering?
- Why did a "green" recruit sign with another school? What exactly does it mean when the Recruiting Summary view shows a recruit is "green"?
- How many players will I have to recruit? How many total scholarships do I have available?
- Does the success of my program impact the quality and quantity of our recruits?