This past Saturday was an important date on the recruiting calendar.
On June 15 it became permissible for college coaches to call, text or send private messages via social media to prospects in the Class of 2015. That made it a big day for coaches and players alike, as prospects felt the excitement of their first recruiting calls and coaches looked to make an early impression with some of their top underclassmen targets.
Predictably, it wasn’t long before many of these phone conversations were soon documented on the internet, with Twitter timelines essentially keeping a running log of exactly who was talking to whom. Among the day's biggest news was No. 10 rising junior Cheick Diallo hearing from an ACC power while Jalen Adams had conversations with nearly 10 major programs.
Here’s a look back at some of the more noteworthy tidbits from a busy Saturday in the northeast.