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Recruiting is an exciting - but often confusing - process for student-athletes considering a college hockey career. College hockey doesn't have a draft, giving elite prospective players control over where they want to play.

High school students may not be actively recruited by college coaches prior to Jan. 1 of their grade 10 year. After that point, students may hear from coaches expressing interest in having them attend (or at least visit) their school. Students may reach out to college coaches prior to Jan. 1 of 10th grade, as long as they initiate contact by phone or in person (coaches may not, by NCAA rule, reply to phone or email messages).

Many prospective college hockey players wonder what they can do to get noticed by college recruiters. College hockey coaches spend a tremendous amount of time and energy scouting and recruiting potential student-athletes. If you play for a competitive midget minor, midget major, junior, or high school team, and are an elite player, there is a good a chance that the college coaches know about you.

To learn more about the recruiting process, check out the Pathway to College Hockey.

Pathway to College Hockey

High school students may not be actively recruited by college coaches prior to Jan. 1 of their grade 10 year. After that point, students may hear from coaches expressing interest in having them attend (or at least visit) their school. Students may reach out to college coaches prior to Jan. 1 of 10th grade, as long as they initiate contact by phone or in person (coaches may not, by NCAA rule, reply to phone or email messages).

Many prospective college hockey players wonder what they can do to get noticed by college recruiters. College hockey coaches spend a tremendous amount of time and energy scouting and recruiting potential student-athletes. If you play for a competitive midget minor, midget major, junior, or high school team, and are an elite player, there is a good a chance that the college coaches know about you.

- See more at: http://collegehockeyinc.com/recruiting#sthash.NAgPOgMF.dpuf

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