A year ago, when the NCAA announced it would not be taking enforcement action against Penn State and other schools for recruiting violations, the NCAA also told its membership to “stop all recruiting.”
Now that it has been forced to do so, it’s time to take a hard look at its recruiting decisions.
The NCAA said that, in general, recruiting does not affect the integrity of a college’s athletics program.
It noted, however, that it is more likely to be impacted by NCAA violations when there is a perceived threat of such a violation.
As such, recruiting decisions have an impact on the integrity and legitimacy of a school’s program.
But the NCAA has no direct way of monitoring how recruiting affects a program.
In this case, that means there is no mechanism to verify that a school has made a recruiting commitment.
Instead, the only way to know if a school is recruiting is by analyzing the number of players it sends to college camps.
And since this is a hypothetical case, it will be a while before the NCAA gets to examine the numbers of players sent to camps by the schools.
But if it does, the results will have real-world consequences.
While the NCAA said the new recruiting system would only take effect on April 1, 2016, that date has passed.
That’s because the NCAA had already issued an official notice of violation to several schools in July 2016, when it determined that they had violated recruiting rules.
So now that the NCAA is no longer issuing the new system, the recruiting numbers are the only ones that matter.
How will the recruiting process change in the future?
According to the NCAA, the new rules will also allow schools to recruit students from their own campuses.
So if Penn State has an incoming freshman class, the next school in line will have to send that freshman there.
But with the new process, the current freshman classes will not have to go through the recruiting system.
Furthermore, the schools that do not have incoming freshmen classes will have the option to send their incoming freshmen there.
This could mean a more direct path to the best players, and could mean fewer transfers.
And that could potentially result in more high-profile recruits for schools like Penn State, Clemson, Ohio State and others.
What happens now?
In addition to the recruiting reforms, the university also has a number of other changes to make to the way it recruits.
The university will no longer have the ability to recruit on its own.
Instead, the institution will be tasked with recruiting from schools outside the country and recruiting on behalf of those schools.
For example, a university can now use the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) as its recruitment agent.
This has been an area of contention for some schools that want to use other recruiting agencies.
The University of Miami will also be tasked to recruit its own players on behalf in some instances.
The Miami Hurricanes are expected to start recruiting on their own.
But some schools have argued that they need to have a full-time recruiter for their players.
Some schools, like Florida State, have argued against this.
In an effort to have more players, FSU has hired an assistant coach, but not a full time recruiter.
So FSU’s recruiting staff is not being staffed entirely by full-timers.
The school will still be able to recruit through recruiting agents, but with fewer players.