The NCAA’s recruiting rule change that went into effect in July made the last two months prime commitment season for high school juniors.
The rule states that college coaches can no longer send out offers before Aug. 1 of a student-athlete’s junior year. August and September will now be heavy commitment months for D1 prospects entering their junior years. The number of New England prospects in the Class of 2025 who have given commitments to college coaches reached 55 in the past week.
Whether it’s through prep/high school or the travel ranks, New Englanders are routinely bound for some of the nation’s top college baseball programs. Many stay within the region, but the point remains: The college baseball ranks – across all three divisions – are chock-full of local players.
To get insight into what’s coming, we have a running database of all college-bound players from New England. Players, parents and coaches are welcome to submit updates. If doing so, please send all additions to [email protected] and include the following: name, hometown, position, college, high school, class year, and club team.
MORE COMMITMENTS: See our database of all New Englanders in Class of 2024