NCAA’s New Agent Regulations Seemingly Target Those Like Rich Paul With New Rules
The NCAA has changed its recruiting rules because of one person Rich Paul, Rich Paul—whose clients include LeBron James, Anthony Davis, John Wall, Draymond Green, and Ben Simmons.
While a rule change in 2018 allowed players considering the NBA Draft to retain the services of an agent without torching their future eligibility, a revision for next year significantly tightens the language around which agents can be NCAA-approved. The original rule covered all NBPA-certified agents, but the new one limits some of those formerly acceptable options:
All of these rule changes enforce the notion that the NCAA only wants people to be involved in recruiting that come from the college system.
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