Normally, this time of year, prospective student-athletes would be taking visits to colleges across U.S. from the east to the west coast during the quiet period of the current NCAA recruiting cycle, but with the current coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world, including here in America, the NCAA has put in-person college recruiting in a temporary holding pattern through at least April 15th.
Depending on how this current pandemic plays out if college coaches are allowed to resume recruiting on the 15th of April and if the NCAA keeps to the current recruiting calendar, an evaluation period would begin on that date lasting through May 30th.
Bulldawg Illustrated will continue to provide you with the latest information regarding this evolving situation in addition to updating you on the latest college football recruiting and University of Georgia athletics news.
We will be here with you through this; so, hang in there dear readers.
Before the NCAA came to their decision on college football recruiting on Friday the 13th, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced on Thursday, March 12th that the conference would shut down on-campus and off-campus recruiting visits until at least March 30th.
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