Full Cycle recruiting is the next step in Auburn’s recruiting process.
The Tigers have two full cycle coaches, which means they have three full cycle recruiting coaches and four full cycle assistant coaches.
The full cycle is a two-year process, which lasts two seasons.
The Tigers have three recruiting coaches for every full cycle, and one full cycle coach for every two full cycles.
Full Cycle recruiting begins the second week of January and runs until December 31.
Full cycle recruits receive a full scholarship at Auburn and receive a guaranteed letter of intent and scholarship.
Players can sign their full cycle contracts at any time during their first season.
However, if the full cycle ends after one year, a player must be eligible for the 2018 recruiting class to sign a new full cycle contract.
Players who signed their full cycles contracts before the beginning of the second semester can be offered scholarships by the Auburn University Office of Athletics.
Players are required to sign their contracts in person at the recruiting offices or by mail.
Players must have a full cycle scholarship to sign, which is $9,000.
Players can only sign their contract if they have a guaranteed scholarship.
The Auburn Athletics recruiting office has an online recruiting calculator that helps determine whether or not a player should sign a full cycles contract.
If the player signed their contract before January 1, 2018, they are considered a fullcycle recruit.
If the player has not signed their contracts yet, they must have signed before January 2, 2018 to be considered a recruit.
Players eligible to sign full cycles agreements can sign them in person or by phone, at Auburn recruiting offices, or at any Auburn recruiting office, including the Auburn Arena.