When the NCAA extended its dead period for December and January for college football recruiting, it altered the schedules of coaches and prospects over the winter.
The NCAA also added time in the summer before teams start camp for a dead period so both sides of the recruiting landscape.
In order to be as educated as possible before signing a National Letter of Intent, more and more prospects are taking unofficial visits early in the process.
See what one Southeastern Conference recruiting coordinator said about the alterations to his profession and much more by clicking play on the video below with Tennessee assistant coach Zach Azzanni:
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NCAA recruiting calendar changes take effect
Scout speaks exclusively with an SEC recruiting coordinator
Dec 26, 2013