Dead period complicates Division I recruiting – AAS2E4
Purdue wrestling head coach Tony Ersland and co-hosts Cory Palm and Tanner Lipsett take a deep dive into the new world of recruiting in the NCAA and how they have adjusted to the landscape on this week's episode of the Always Aggressive Podcast.
With recruiting restrictions being extended to Jan. 1, 2021, the Boilermakers have had to find new ways to reach future wrestlers for the program and start building the relationships that lead to them signing their national letters of intent.
The crew also looks at the rash of injuries in the start of the NFL season, and how the Boilermakers are preparing for their season under different circumstances, and they throw out credit to several of their MMA alumni making waves and grabbing belts.
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