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7/18/2013 5:23 PM
Just wondering how much of a negative recruiting impact this has on a player. There is a player I really like that's considering a D1 team now, but I think the player may just be a backup option for the coach (has several more players considering him than open scholarships). If I rescind the scholarship of one of my interested players to ensure he doesn't sign right away, what kind of negative impact will that have, if I don't end up signing the D1 player and want him back? Will I be able to make up for it by offering the scholarship back and maybe a HV or something?
7/18/2013 7:55 PM
Most of the time you can get the player interested again but it requires spending more money. I'm not sure of the amount; I've never done it
7/18/2013 9:28 PM
It doesn't have a very large impact. I offered a start and a schollie to a player a while back, then later rescinded the schollie, and the guy was still considering me afterwards. Impact is probably slim to none.
7/18/2013 11:54 PM
It's definitely not none. It is tangible but not huge, and can certainly be overcome.
7/19/2013 11:57 AM
I have done it at  D2 3 times. 2 were still considering me. After signings I reoffered the schly to the 2. They signed the next cycle. The one not considering I reoffered the schly and either a HV or CV. I don't remember which. He signed the next cycle. I also had one I rescinded. He ended up not signing with anyone. The next year as a sophomore he was considering me when recruiting began and I signed him.
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