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Lecture 5

KIN 5804 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Stepfamily, Unintended Consequences, Amateur SportsPremium

5 pages37 viewsSpring 2018

Department
Kinesiology
Course Code
KIN 5804
Professor
Jeremiah Carter
Lecture
5

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Contacts and Evaluations (Bylaw 13.1.5)
Visits to the prospect's education institution
o Must receive permission to visit prospect's school if classes are in
session Executive officer or authorized persons
Contacts after signing a NLI/Offer of Adm/Fin Deposit
Bylaw 13.2.12.1
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MBB: contact at PSA's educational institution limited to once per
week (during a contact period)
FB: contact at PSA's educational institution limited to Spring eval
period and once per week. Contact with signed PSA counts as one
of two permissible days
No contacts during dead periods
Unofficial visit exception
No contacts by boosters except pre-enrollment discussions
Publicity restrictions are both removed (can release information
regarding prospect) and remain in place (can't publicize a visit to
campus, media cannot be present at a contact)
Phone Calls
Example of sports being able to determine appropriate legislation for their
recruiting culture
Unlimited calls after September 1 at the beginning of junior year
o Legislation in effect regardless if the prospect is recruited in more than
one sport
o Recruiting week defined as Sunday through Saturday
o Prospets ay all at ay age… uliited ties
May Not Call
During conduct of athletic contests
o Telephone calls to a prospect may not be made during the conduct of
any athletics contest in that sport
Exceptions
After commitment
o After an individual has signed a National Letter of Intent or offer of
admission, the individual is no longer subject to the restrictions in Bylaw
13.1
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Unofficial visit exception - Brand New
o May make unlimited calls beginning the day before an unofficial visit (all
staff members, not just coaches)
Official visit exception
o May make unlimited calls beginning five days prior to official visit (all
staff members, not just coaches)
Recruiting Visits
Official visits
o Campus visit financed in whole or in part by the institution
Unofficial visits
o Campus visit financed by prospect
Official Visits
May visit beginning with the opening day of classes of the senior year
o MBB: January 1 of junior year
o WBB: Thursday following completion of Final Four (junior year)
o FB: January 1 of junior year
o No visits during dead period
Maximum of five visits per prospect to NCAA Division I and II institutions
o Get five more visits after October 15 after senior year (transfers)
Not more than one official visit per institution
Visit may not exceed 48 hours in duration
Monitored by an itinerary
Transportation can only be provided to prospect and in Basketball/Football
for their parents too
The 48-hour period begins at the time the prospect arrives on the
institution's campus
o Does not include transportation (without delay or entertainment) from
the nearest bus or train station or major airport
Coach accompanying prospect on official visit
o 48-hour period beings if your coach transports the prospect (by
automobile) to campus
Meals
o Three meals per day for prospect and the parents (or legal guardians,
spouse, or children (but not siblings)
o Additional snacks permissible
Lodging
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