First, it will allow players who have "request (ed) an Undergraduate Advisory Committee evaluation, participate (d) in the NBA combine and aren't drafted" to return to school and participate in college basketball again.
In the past, if a college basketball player declared for the draft, they had until 10 days after the draft combine to return to school.
Agents would be allowed to cover minimal expenses such as meals and transportation tied to meetings or workouts with pro teams.
Kentucky coach John Calipari, talking about the NCAA rule changes on SportsCenter, said, "None of this goes into effect until the NBA and the players' association come up with something, and I'm hearing it won't be until 2022, so we're probably wasting our breath dealing with the ins and outs of this".
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These are all good steps toward serving the athletes who make the NCAA tournament great each year.
With the growing trend of college players declaring early for the NBA Draft with little to no chance of getting selected, there is at least a back up plan coming into place now. "I don't think it addresses any of the issues in college basketball". The NCAA plans to pursue more rigorous certification requirements to ensure transparency in operations and finances. Dan Gavitt, the NCAA's senior vice president for basketball, said event operators will have to "meet a much higher bar in order to be able to run those events". The new rules also allow for heavier punishments, like longer head coach suspensions and stronger fines.
The changes also allow the NCAA to accept outside information that has been "established by another administrative body or a commission authorized by a school". The NCAA will also add public members to its Board of Governors. "We're not in a position to try to say who gets an agent and who does not'".
Basketball student athletes can now take up 10 official visits between Aug.1 of their junior year and October 15 after their high school graduation: five as a junior and five as senior, according to the NCAA.