There will be kind of a hush as the football recruiting as football recruiting enters the quiet period tomorrow.
For 46 days through today, FBS teams were allowed to assess a prospect’s playing ability at his high school or place where he is competing. During that “evaluation period” coaches were not allowed off-campus, in-person contact with the player and his legal guardians.
This “quiet period,” which runs through July 31, coaches are permitted to have in-person contact with a prospect and his guardians only on the coaches’ campus. A prospect can visit a college campus at any time.
The UH coaches made use of the evaluation period, visiting every football-playing high school in the state. The coaches have identified two top tiers of prospects for a 2015 recruiting class that is viewed as rich and deep.
In the past month, scores of recruiters have entered the state, with Oklahoma and Vanderbilt now joining the mix.
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Once again, Na Koa’s Q-and-A event at Kauai Community College reportedly was entertaining and informative. Liz Kauai provides the photos: