We’re expanding our NCAA swimming & diving recruiting class ranks this year, counting down the top 16 classes of freshmen entering the NCAA next fall.
In an informal survey, 100% of responding Division I swim coaches say their scholarship budget has not been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Burbank Stingrays’ Gabriel Gonzalez has committed to swim for DII Lewis University beginning fall 2020. He will be joining the Flyers’ class of 2024.
Samuel Hernandez has committed to swim for Division I St. Louis University beginning fall 2020. He will be joining the school’s class of 2024.
The University of Miami (Florida) has received a verbal commitment from breast and sprint specialist Lucy Miller for the 2021-2022 season.
Corona, CA’s Andrew Heaston has committed to swim for DIII University of Redlands beginning fall 2020. He will be joining the Bulldogs’ class of 2024.
Hawks Swimming’s Orla Clasby has committed to swim for Lewis University. She will begin her collegiate career with the Flyers fall 2020.
Daniel Klaris has committed to swim for Midland University in Fremont, Nebraska. He will begin his collegiate career fall 2020 and join the school’s class of 2024.
Sprint specialist and Indiana state champion Braden Rollins was an honorable mention in SwimSwam’s top 20 recruits in the class of 2021.
With 10 recruiting classes ranked since SwimSwam’s inception, we’re looking back at the top overall NCAA swimming recruits since the class of 2013.
Megan Ciezczak, a key relay swimmer for the Ilinois High School State Champions at Neuqua Valley, has committed to Kentucky.
In-state standout Lily Burke has made a verbal commitment to Georgia Tech for the 2021-22 school year and beyond.
Eli Shoyat from Northern Kentucky Clippers will remain in state to attend the University of Louisville beginning in 2021-22.
NC 1A & 2A Central Region champion Katie Knorr has announced her decision to swim at East Carolina University beginning in the fall of 2021.