Statement from NCAA leaders on college basketball reforms

Statement from NCAA leaders on college basketball reforms

Statement from NCAA leaders on college basketball reforms

"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. While that may seem like a big deal on its face, the fact that it's.

While this will be irrelevant for players like Zion Williamson, Nassir Little, Shareef O'Neal, and Romeo Langford, who have already committed to schools - others high school prospects can soon hire agents in hopes to a swift move to the NBA Draft. Multiple reporters began relaying information about the policy, which allows players to hire an agent, go through the draft process and combine, and return to school if they go undrafted.

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Additionally, the NCAA's Board of Governors and Division I Board of Directors will allow high school players to take more official visits to colleges, and they've introduced more rigorous certification requirements for summer basketball-related events and high school players can take more official visits to colleges.

However, the agents must be certified by the NCAA. This change depends on cooperation with the NBA and NBA Players Association.

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Division I schools will be required to pay tuition, fees and books for basketball players who leave school and return to the same school to complete their degree.

University presidents and chancellors will be held "personally accountable" for any rule-breaking by their athletic departments.

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"The September 2017 announcement of a federal investigation into fraud in college basketball recruiting made it clear the NCAA needed to make significant changes - and do so quickly", the NCAA wrote on it's website.

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