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Regional Rules Seminar
Enforcement Department Football Group
William J. Benjamin
NCAA Director of Enforcement
&
James Garland
NCAA Associate Director of Enforcement
May 14, 2012 – May 18, 2012
The NCAA Enforcement Vision:
To be a model investigative agency that drives fairness and
accountability and upholds integrity.
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The NCAA Enforcement
Mission Statement:
To represent all members institutions and student-athletes in
their commitment to integrity by equitably enforcing rules.
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Establishment of Football Group
– It was recognized that the NCAA enforcement staff needed a
focused unit in the areas of development and processing
cases with a concentrated effort in football and basketball.
– The climate and trends are fluid and changing constantly in athletics
– especially football.
– The need for a focused football group of investigators to concentrate
on the football culture, to develop relationships and build contacts
was critical.
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Establishment of Football Group
– The design:
• To be a contact for a specific region.
• To field complaints, listen to the issues, understand the football
culture.
• To conduct investigations.
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Goals of the Football Group
– Have experienced, better informed investigators available as a
resource.
– Have investigators in the field to establish a presence at the high
school, college, professional levels, and at nonscholastic events.
– Understand the culture and the trends that are fluid in high school
and college recruiting, including:
• 7 on 7 tournaments.
• Nonscholastic events.
• Agents and their employees.
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Goals of the Football Group
– Develop investigative actionable leads.
• Proactive monitoring
• Strategic outreach
• Intake of information
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Objectives of the
Investigative Football Group
– Professional training.
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Objectives of the
Investigative Football Group
– Field Presence:
• High School Programs.
• 7 on 7 Events.
• Agent Visits.
• College Football Programs.
• Combines/Camps
• Scouting Services
• Training Facilities
• 2013 Top Prospect Program
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Five Issues or Concerns
– Outside third party involvement.
– The marginalization of high school football coaches.
– The purchasing of scouting services.
– The emergence of non-for-profit programs (7 on 7 organizers).
– College football coaches engagement in impermissible recruitment
activities.
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Football Culture and Regions
Our team has divided the nation into six regions covered by our six
investigators with the following expectations:
• Investigators will schedule trips in assigned regions.
• Learn about the fluid culture in the three levels of competition.
• Focus on nonscholastic third-party
themselves in the recruiting process.
individuals
inserting
• Intelligence gathering on each trip.
• Develop Sources.
• Develop actionable leads.
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Football Culture and Regions
Region
Primary Liaison
Secondary Liaison
Florida
Renee Gomila
Marcus Wilson
Midwest
Brynna Barnhart
Renee Gomila
Northwest
Chance Miller
James Garland
Southeast
Marcus Wilson
Chance Miller
Texas/Oklahoma
William Benjamin
Brynna Barnhart
West Coast
James Garland
William Benjamin
Our investigators are determined to becoming a resource for
the nation, a partner for all principles in the football environment
that builds their reputation on integrity, fairness, and accountability.
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Nonscholastic Focus
– Actionable Leads/Tips.
– Current Case Assignments.
• Working Meaningful Cases.
• Enforcing Bylaws
• Working with Member Institutions.
• Digging deeper with agents.
• Training Facilities.
• Football Culture and Regions
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Nonscholastic Focus
– 2013 Top Football Prospect Program.
• Student-Athlete’s 7 on 7.
• Student-Athlete’s Finances.
• Student-Athlete’s Academics.
• Student-Athlete’s Top Institutional Choice(s).
• Who the Student-Athlete Trusts.
• Student-Athlete’s Friends.
• Other.
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Changes in Legislation
The Agents Definition
12.02.1 Agent. An agent is any individual who, directly or indirectly:
(a) Represents or attempts to represent an individual for the purpose of marketing his or her
athletics ability or reputation for financial gain; or
(b) Seeks to obtain any type of financial gain or benefit from securing a prospective studentathlete's enrollment at an educational institution or from a student-athlete's potential
earnings as a professional athlete.
12.02.1.1 Application. An agent may include, but is not limited to, a certified contract advisor,
financial advisor, marketing representative, brand manager or anyone who is employed or
associated with such persons.
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Changes in Legislation
The definition does not include the following:
This proposal is not intended to include parents or legal guardians, athletics department staff
members, former teammates or those individuals who have the best interest of a prospective
student-athlete or student-athlete in mind in providing assistance or information, provided they do
not intend to receive a financial gain for assistance.
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Junior Rule
April 10, 2012
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED to amend Section 3B of the Regulations
as follows:
(1) Add the following subsection to Section3B, Prohibited Conduct, to
state that Contract Advisors are prohibited from:
(32)
Using, associating with, employing or entering into any
business relationship with any individual in the recruitment of
prospective player-clients who is not certified and in good
standing as a Contract Advisor pursuant to these Regulations.
(2) Delete Section 3B(30) of the Regulations so that certified contract
advisors are no longer barred from contact with juniors before their
last game in their junior season has been played.
(3) Make any additional changes to the Regulations necessary to confirm
with this resolution.
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Changes in Legislation
Nonscholastic Events on Campus
• An institution shall not host, sponsor or conduct a nonscholastic
football practice or competition on its campus or at an off-campus
facility regularly used by the institution for practice and/or
competitions by any of its institution’s sports programs.
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Changes in Legislation
Ban on Non Scholastic Events
13.11.1.10 Nonscholastic Practice or Competition -- Football. An institution [including any institutional
department (e.g., athletics, recreational/intramural)] shall not host, sponsor or conduct a
nonscholastic football practice or competition (e.g., seven-on-seven events) in which football
prospective student-athletes participate on its campus or at an off-campus facility regularly used
by the institution for practice and/or competition by any of the institution's sport programs.
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Changes in Legislation
Ban on 7 on 7 Competitions
Rationale: There has been a proliferation of nonscholastic football events recently conducted on
institutional campuses or using institutional facilities, and such events are frequently associated
with recruiting efforts. Rather than continue to support an increase in these types of events, it is
appropriate to enact a ban on any institutional involvement with nonscholastic football events. This
proposal would institute such a ban, while still permitting regular and postseason scholastic events
to be played on an institution's campus in accordance with applicable rules (i.e., tryout exception).
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NCAA Bylaw 13.14.3
Recruiting or Scouting Services
An institution may subscribe to a recruiting or scouting service involving prospective student athletes,
provided the institution does not purchase more than one annual subscription to a particular service
and the service:
(a) Is made available to all institutions desiring to subscribe and at the same fee rate for all
subscribers;
(b) Publicly identifies all applicable rates;
(c) Disseminates information (e.g., reports, profiles) about prospective student-athletes at least
four times per calendar year;
(d) Publicly identifies the geographical scope of the service (e.g., local, regional, national) and
reflects broad-based coverage of the geographical area in the information it disseminates;
(e) Provides analysis in the information it disseminates beyond demographic information or
rankings of prospective student-athletes;
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NCAA Bylaw 13.14.3
Recruiting or Scouting Services
(f) Provides access to samples or previews of the information it disseminates prior to purchase
of a subscription; and
(g) Provides video that is restricted to regularly scheduled (regular season) high school,
preparatory school or two-year college contests and for which the institution made no prior
arrangements for recording. (Note: This provision is applicable only if the subscription
includes video services.)
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NCAA Bylaw 13.14.3
Recruiting or Scouting Services
The following are recommendations for reviewing a recruiting service to determine whether it meets
the new legislation:
1. Obtain information about the recruiting service through:
a. Conducting a basic Internet search.
b. Obtaining a sample report from the recruiting service.
c. Communicating with the men's football coaching staff.
2. Once the above information is obtained, review the recruiting service to ensure it:
a. Provides an actual product to the men's football coaching staff.
b. Publicly identifies and accurately reflects the geographic scope on which it claims to report.
c. Contains information beyond demographics.
d. Is disseminated at least four times per calendar year.
e. Publishes a fee rate equal to the cost the men's football coaching staff‘s subscription.
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NCAA Bylaw 13.14.3
Recruiting or Scouting Services
The following are recommendations for reviewing a recruiting
service to determine whether it meets the new legislation:
1. Obtain information about the recruiting service through:
a. Conducting a basic Internet search.
b. Obtaining a sample report from the recruiting service.
c. Communicating with the men's football staff.
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NCAA Bylaw 13.14.3
Recruiting or Scouting Services
2. Once the above information is obtained, review the recruiting service to
ensure it:
a. Provides an actual product to the men's football coaching staff.
b. Publicly identifies and accurately reflects the geographic scope on
which it claims to report.
c. Contains information beyond demographics.
d. Is disseminated at least four times per calendar year.
e. Publishes a fee rate equal to the cost the men's football coaching
staff's
subscription.
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NCAA Bylaw 13.14.3
Recruiting or Scouting Services
In addition to the recommendations above, the NCAA enforcement staff's football focus group (FBG)
encourages all institutions to consider the following in evaluating recruiting services:
1.
Determine whether the recruiting service is tied to a nonscholastic team, organization or an
individual associated with a prospect. If so, investigate the timing of the purchase (e.g.,
related to the recruitment of a prospective student-athlete).
2.
Is the recruiting service tied to a nonprofit organization that provides benefits for a
nonscholastic team, prospective student-athletes or an individual associated with a
prospective student-athlete? (See Bylaws 13.2.1 and 13.15.1.)
a. A basic Internet search for a nonprofit Web site or nonscholastic team Web site may
indicate nonprofit status.
b. Use the name of the indicated nonprofit or the tax identification number (if
accessible) to research nonprofits on these Web sites:
(1) http://dynamodata.fdncenter.org/990s/990search/esearch.php.
(2) http://www2.guidestar.org.
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NCAA Bylaw 13.14.3
Recruiting or Scouting Services
3. When renewing a subscription, has the cost for a particular service
significantly increased since the last subscription? If so, why?
4. Is the cost of a service comparable to the cost of other similar
services? If not, why?
5. Do records show that the men's football program has consistently
purchased this recruiting service? If not, investigate the timing of the
new purchase (e.g., related to the recruitment of a prospective
student-athlete).
6. Review how the coaching staff became aware of the recruiting service.
7. Review how the coaching staff receives the recruiting service product
(e.g., electronic, hard copy, verbal).
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NCAA Bylaw 13.14.3
Recruiting or Scouting Services
8. Review the coaching staff's and/or institution's process for subscribing
to recruiting services.
9. Ensure that there are systems in place to prevent multiple subscriptions
during a year.
10. Educate boosters that a subscription to a recruiting service made at
the request of an institutional staff member is a violation of NCAA
rules.
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NCAA Bylaw 13.14.3
Recruiting or Scouting Services
CONTACT:
Adam Morrissey
Basketball Certification Coordinator
Phone: 317/917-6035
Fax: 317/917-6073
[email protected]
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Questions?
– NCAA toll-free telephone number: 877/262-1492
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