AllaboutH2Opolo wrote:polopost wrote:newtothisgame wrote:From what I am learning, it is very common for water polo players to commit around this time, the summer before their senior seasons. The commitment is just verbal, but I believe that it keeps others schools from pursuing that player. I am not sure if this is an official or unwritten rule.
I assume that the school will let the recruit know exactly what classes they need to take, grades and test scores that they need to achieve, etc. in order to be admitted to the university.
The earliest that girl water polo players can officially sign their National Letter of Intent is in November of their senior years. This date varies by sport.
Pretty sure nothing 'binding' on coaches/ schools end unless 2 months before they sign NLI
Not true for Stanford recruits. In most cases they are already admitted to the University the summer before their senior years unless they are a late recruit.
When you say that they are already admitted, I assume it's a conditional admission, where, your senior year, you have to maintain a certain level of education and grades comparable to your first three years of high school?