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2010-2011 NCAA Division II Football Recruiting Calendar

Posted Sunday, November 14, 2010 by Ed Dalton

2010-2011 NCAA Division II Football Recruiting Calendar

NCAA Division II Football Recruiting Calendar
June 1, 2010 through May 31, 2011
(See NCAA Division II Bylaw 20.11.3 (until July 31) and 13.17.3 (Beginning August 1) for football calendar formula)

The dates in this calendar reflect the application of Bylaw 30.11.3 (until July 31) and 13.17.3 (beginning August 1) at the time of publication but are subject to change per Constitution 5.2.3.1 or if certain dates (e.g., National Letter of Intent signing dates) are altered.

(a)
Quiet Period
June 1, 2010, to the beginning of the prospect’s high school or two-year college football season (as determined by the first regularly scheduled practice immediately preceding the start of the regular season):
 
(b)
Evaluation Period
During the prospect’s high school or two-year college football season (as determined by the first regularly scheduled practice immediately preceding the start of the regular season):
 
(c)
Evaluation Period
November 1-30, 2010, [except for (1) below]:
 
(1)
Contact Period
For two-year college prospects, the conclusion of the prospect’s two-year college football season (i.e., the conclusion of the institution’s regularly scheduled contest rather than the conclusion of the institution’s final postseason contest) through November 30:
 
(d)
Contact Period
December 1, 2010, through March 7, 2011, [except for (1) below]:
 
(1)
Dead Period
January 31 (7 a.m.) through February 2, 2011, (7 a.m.):
 
(e)
Quiet Period
March 8 through May 31, 2011, [except for (f) below]:
 
(f)
Evaluation Period
April 15 through May 31, 2011, [except for (1) below]:
 
(1)
Four weeks (excluding Memorial Day and Sundays) selected at the discretion of the member institution and designated in writing in the office of the director of athletics:
 
(g)
Authorized coaching staff members may evaluate a high school football all-star game any time of the year, provided the game occurs within the state in which the member institution is located.
 

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