NCAA adopts college basketball reforms for draft, recruiting

The NCAA is carving out a limited role for agents to work with college basketball players and is changing key parts of its rules-enforcement system as part of numerous reforms in the wake of a corruption scandal.

The governing body’s Board of Governors and Division I Board of Directors have adopted a “series of significant policy and legislative changes” as part of an effort to “fundamentally” change the NCAA’s structure. Some are immediate, and others first require action from other agencies — such as the NBA changing the age limit for draft-eligible players that has fueled the wave of “one and done” at the college level.

That follows late-April recommendations from the commission headed by former U.S.
Source: Sports