Prep Baseball Report

Recruiting Essentials: Verbal Commitments

By Sean McCann
Recruiting Essentials Editor

Like we’ve covered previously a college baseball prospect cannot sign a National-Letter-of-Intent (NLI) to attend a Division I or II school until the early signing period in November of his senior year and, if he doesn’t sign at that time he must wait until the regular signing period begins in April. 

Therefore, any decisions made outside of those time frames are non-binding agreements between a prospect and the coaching staff at the college.  So, anytime you hear of a prospect committing to a college prior to November of their senior year it falls into the non-binding, verbal commitment category.

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