From ESPN.com, —– The NCAA has approved new rules on basketball recruiting intended to restrict money being funneled to third parties.
“The governing body wants to limit access by coaches from outside the NCAA who run camps and try to enlist players. Effective immediately, coaches will no longer be allowed to employ a person associated with a prospective student-athlete at a camp or clinic, make payments to nonprofit organizations that a person associated with a prospect has either a proprietary or financial interest in, or use 1-900 telephone numbers for recruiting purposes. Coaches found in violation of any of the rules could be suspended from coaching regular-season or NCAA tournament games.”
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