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Monday, January 19th, 2009 at 4:29 pm  |  4 responses

NCAA Make Changes In Youth Basketball

The NCAA continue with their efforts to control the youth summer basketball scene.

By Franklyn Calle

Last week the NCAA announced that after a vote at the NCAA Convention, the definition of a prospect has been changed from 9th grade to 7th grade to prevent college coaches from working at camps and clinics for 7th and 8th graders. They also stood firm on their restrictions of banning college coaches from attending April basketball tournaments. These regulations apply to men’s basketball only. The following are two links regarding these stories.

A change in prospect-ive- NY DailyNews

NCAA keeps coaches away from April hoops showcases- USA Todayncaa2

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  • ENDS

    dont even want to be firs on this

  • ENDS

    turrible

  • http://www.where-basketball-b-longs.blogspot.com/ B. Long

    This is rucking fetarded.

  • http://www.hibachi20.blogspot.com Hursty

    ^Co-Sign B…how insane.

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