Local high school athletes will begin to sign their National Letter of Intent, beginning the next phase of their lives as a collegiate student-athlete. On the flip side, coaches all over the country will wait pensively in front of the fax machine for those coveted signatures.
However, many people still don't understand the significant of signing a letter. Simply put, a National Letter of Intent seals the recruiting process. With his or her signature, a student-athlete accepts a four-year institution's athletic scholarship offer. The signature ends a student-athlete's recruitment and binds him to a single college or university.
This is a big deal for students hoping to confirm their future plans or attend college on an athletic scholarship. Miller Place School District made a video showing all of the students who have signed letters of intent.
Watch the video above.
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