JUCO's have to be selective on where kids are sent because they cannot send them to a summer team coached by a NCAA coach. And alot of the better collegiate league teams are actually coached by NCAA coaches. The NCAA rules do not allow this. So it makes it a bit more difficult to find JUCO guys a place to go, but it can and is done. There are leagues all over the country. Two in Texas now (one in Houston and the new one in Dallas).
Wow didn't realize this. I would like to know more about this rule. If you can tell me where it is in the NCAA rules and guidlines it would be appreciated. I'm not questionong you just want to know the rules. Thanks
I am a JUCO coach and am not sure where in the rule book it says that, I have only been told that by coaches in each league. Maybe some folks more familiar with NCAA reg's would know more...sorry I am not of more help to you.
The replies address the JUCO part of your question but not the D-2 part. It seems that a lot of D-2 players go to the same places as the D-1's; presumably not as many naturally, but on my son's (a D-2 pitcher) summer team in the Valley League, there are more D-2's than D-1's, and I know of other D-2's going to Coastal Plains League. Look at any of the summer leagues' web sites as most have links to the teams and their rosters, and you can get an idea of the distribution.
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