NCAA makes rule change, allows basketball players to have agent

What the new NCAA rules mean for college basketball

What the new NCAA rules mean for college basketball

Change is coming to college basketball.

Agents will have at least a limited place within the NCAA structure when it comes to college basketball.

"This change is effective if/when the NBA and NBPA make an expected rule change, which would make undrafted student-athletes who return to college after the draft ineligible for the NBA until the end of the next college basketball season", the NCAA wrote.

All player-agent relationships, however, must be in writing, disclosed to the NCAA and ended when the player comes back to school.

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High school prospects can be represented by an agent starting July 1, prior to their senior year, if they're classified as "elite" by USA Basketball.

"I think the concepts are good in theory, but someone would have to explain to me why USA Basketball gets to determine who gets to have an agent". "It's just dumb. The market would be set". Until then, agents certified by the National Basketball Association players' union would qualify.

The NCAA and its member schools are part of the broader higher education community, and today's actions renew our commitment to our core goal - preparing students for a lifetime of opportunity.

No schools were mentioned, but two Federal Bureau of Investigation reports, one in September and another in April, have identified recruiting practices that violate NCAA rules involving prospects who wound up at several schools, including Kansas.

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In addition, school presidents and athletics staff will be required to commit "contractually" to cooperate fully with investigations.

In a teleconference with reporters Wednesday, Georgia Tech president and Board of Governors chairman Bud Peterson said those changes would "normally take us about two years through the governance process". These changes will promote integrity in the game, strengthen accountability and prioritize the interests of student-athletes over every other factor. "Things have changed. I'm not sure what's improved", one coach said.

They've also been deemed to deserve nothing more, like payment, from the multi-billion dollar industry. "It doesn't fix anything".

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