The NCAA Football Oversight Committee will recommend this week that the dead period transition to a “quiet period” on June 1, CBS Sports has learned. During a quiet period, college football programs can host recruits on campus and conduct camps.
As Dodd notes, by June 1, face-to-face recruiting will have been prohibited for 14 ½ months. How can coaches do their best evaluating kids and vice versa under those conditions?
That being said, there’s no guarantee that the NCAA Council will agree to the change.
I’ll say it again — if conditions are safe enough to play games, they’re safe enough to invite recruits and their families on campus.