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Recruiting Calendars Countable Athletically Related Activity Meals Campus Visits Social Media Ed Columns/Interps.

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2 Recruiting Calendars Countable Athletically Related Activity Meals Campus Visits Social Media Ed Columns/Interps

3 DATEPERIOD Sept. 1-8Quiet 9-30Recruiting Oct. 1-31Recruiting

4 All logs must be submitted every Monday of the week during the academic year while school is in session ( Through ACS). – Including vacation and final examination periods. Reminders: – Any required activity must be counted (including punishment activity). – Countable athletically related activity may not be conducted at any time following competition. – Countable athletics related activity may not be conducted between midnight and 5 a.m. – A “voluntary” activity becomes “countable” when unauthorized sports staff are watching the activity or providing instruction. Includes Director of Operations Exceptions: – Strength and conditioning coaches may be present during voluntary workouts to provide safety instruction.

5 In-Season Maximum of 20 hours per week Maximum of 4 hours per day At least one day off per week (7-day period) Same 7-day period must be used throughout segment (set day of week in ACS prior to segment beginning) In-Season Maximum of 20 hours per week Maximum of 4 hours per day At least one day off per week (7-day period) Same 7-day period must be used throughout segment (set day of week in ACS prior to segment beginning) Out of Season Maximum of 8 hours per week Maximum of 4 hours per day At least two off days per week Individual Skill Instruction -Maximum of two hours per week -Sept. 15 th -April 15 th. Entire team may partake -Before Sept. 15 th and after April 15 th. Limited to four student-athletes. Out of Season Maximum of 8 hours per week Maximum of 4 hours per day At least two off days per week Individual Skill Instruction -Maximum of two hours per week -Sept. 15 th -April 15 th. Entire team may partake -Before Sept. 15 th and after April 15 th. Limited to four student-athletes. Countable Non-Countable Practice (In-season only) Competition (3 hours regardless of actual duration) Strength and conditioning activities Film sessions with coaches Compliance Meetings Academic Meetings Study hall/tutoring Travel to/from contest-off day Meeting initiated by SA Treatment/rehab Meetings initiated or required by coach Promotional Activities Community Service

6 In-Season Unlimited activity during vacation period. May use travel to and from competition as day off. Out-of-Season Conditioning drills may not simulate offensive or defensive alignments. No equipment related to the sport may be used during conditioning activities. No required participation in any CARA during and institutional vacation period.

7 Home Competition Away From Home Competition All student-athletes may receive meals beginning the evening before competition through the time until they are released by institutional personnel. Once student-athletes are released, they may be provided a postgame meal. All student-athletes may receive meals beginning the evening before competition through the time until they are released by institutional personnel. Once student-athletes are released, they may be provided a postgame meal. All student-athletes may receive pregame and postgame meals in addition to regular meals. Athletes may receive meals from the time the team is required to report for team travel until the time the team returns to campus. Athletes may receive cash at the time of their release from countable activity. All student-athletes may receive pregame and postgame meals in addition to regular meals. Athletes may receive meals from the time the team is required to report for team travel until the time the team returns to campus. Athletes may receive cash at the time of their release from countable activity.

8 The BasicsRequirements One (1) paid visit per prospect ( ) Five (5) paid visits per prospect, regardless of number of sports Applies only to Division I institutions ( ) TAMUCC Total On October 15 following the completion of high school, all visit limitations are reset ( ) No earlier than January 1 of PSA’s junior year. Standardized Test Score (PSAT, SAT, PLAN or ACT) Transcripts Registered with NCAA Eligibility Center Compliance: Activate prospect on Institutional Request List (IRL) Coaches: Request official visit through use of Official Visit Request form (5) working days prior to visit

9 Time Period 48 Hours maximum (13.6.4) Clock starts when the prospect: ( ) – Arrives on campus; – Is provided a sit-down meal and/or entertainment prior to arriving on campus; – Is picked up from a major airport in Texas; or is picked up at their home by an athletic department staff member. Transportation From CCI Airport: – Any member of athletics department may transport prospect (and guests) to campus/hotel From any other airport: – Only full-time staff members may transport prospect (and guests) to campus/hotel – Managers and/or students may not transport prospects

10 Driving From Home Campus CC International Drive-thru MealHotel (Drop-off) CC International Hotel Campus Drive-thru Meal Hotel (Drop-off) Campus Option 1 Option 3 Option 2 Option 4 Option 5 Campus Hotel (TAMUCC Staff Present) Campus Sit-Down Meal Other Airports

11 ProspectPSA’s Parents, Legal Guardian, Children, Spouse Siblings, Grandparents, Other Family Student Host Lodging -Actual costs of reasonable expenses while traveling to and from campus -Commercial facilities in 30-mile radius may be used -Commercial facilities in 30-mile radius may be used May stay in same room without institution providing any extra costs N/A Meals Three (3) meals per day plus reasonable snack (e.g., pizza, hamburger) -Not included in the $40/day entertainment expense Three (3) meals per day plus reasonable snack (e.g., pizza, hamburger) -Not included in the $40/day entertainment expense ImpermissibleProvided the student host is accompanying the prospect -Not included in the $40/day entertainment expense Entertainment Student host controls funds Impermissible$40 each day of the visit to cover host(s), prospect and prospect’s parents, legal guardian, children or spouse (new legislation) -Student host may be given an additional$20 per day for each additional prospect hosted Tickets Three (3) maximum complimentary admission to home athletics event for prospect and those accompanying the prospect ONE (1)

12 Official Visit Request Form Post Visit(requires signature of prospect). Request complimentary tickets through ACS prior to visit and submit all forms and necessary proof of travel, receipts, etc. with reimbursement request to the Compliance office after the visit has concluded.

13 Unlimited (at expense of prospect). Athletics may provide three (3) maximum complimentary admission to home athletics event for prospect and those accompanying the prospect. Athletics staff member may provide transportation to and from practice or competition sites in the prospect’s sport and to attend a home athletic contest. Request unofficial visit and complimentary tickets through ACS prior to visit.

14 Coaches may not accept or initiate a “friend” request until it is permissible to send correspondence to a prospect. Once allowed as a “friend,” coaches: – May send direct messages – May NOT post on prospect’s wall – May NOT engage in public chat function – May NOT comment about a prospect in any fashion The calendar day after an NLI is signed, all of the above is permissible with that specific prospect ( )

15 It is permissible for all coaching staff members to maintain a Twitter account or any other form of micro blog. – Coaches/staff may comment about the following: Game scores Team updates Facility updates Coaching staff updates – Coaches/staff may NOT: Publicize the recruitment of a particular prospect Publicize a prospect’s visit to campus Post pictures of prospects engaged in an institutional camp/clinic Have communication with or about prospect’s in public view “replies” or “mentions”)

16 Please complete CARAs no later than Mondays for the previous week. NLI Signees request final amateurism. Official Visits Season Declaration


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