Herring’s A-final potential makes him a strong pickup for TCNJ, who were runners-up to Rowan University at the 2020 Metropolitan Conference Championships.
Fernandez is projected to be an immediate A-finalist in both the backstroke and IM events at the conference level for GCU.
Thomas is already projected to score at the conference level with room to move up and will be a strong addition to Niagara’s sprint group.
Martin del Campo is set to make a big impact upon her arrival at Oberlin as one of their top freestylers in both the sprints and mid-distance events.
Eidson is already projected to surpass the current school record in the 100 back, and is just off the records in the 50 and 100 free.
Jin is a versatile pickup for Johns Hopkins and will add more depth to their fly, breast, free, and IM groups upon his arrival in the fall of 2021.
Triller will join the top ranks of sprinters at Siena College, positioning herself to score at the conference level in her primary freestyle events.
Shorney’s sprinting abilities give him instant conference-scoring times in two events and add more freestyle depth to Depauw’s men’s team.
McCosh’s lifetime bests smash the current school records in both fly events, along with the 500 free, making him a huge pickup for Milligan.
Peabody enters Bowdoin with conference-scoring times in the 500 free, 200 IM, 400 IM, and 200 breast, as well as freestyle range, adding more relay depth.
Connie Lee has verbaled to the Colorado School of Mines for the class of 2025, where she is projected to score at the conference level in six events.
Boggs will enter her freshman year already two seconds under Little Rock’s 200 IM school record, alongside a plethora of conference-scoring times.
Geboy has dropped chunks of time this season in all of her best events, vaulting her to multiple projected conference A-final appearances.
Harviel is a great pickup for Milligan, providing them with more top-end talent in the mid-distance group and additional relay depth.
Kostov will enter his freshman year already under three of the school records and an immediate A-finalist in multiple events for the Green Knights.