New Nutritional Supplement Interpretation

The national office recently published an updated interpretation pertaining to nutritional supplement. After the Autonomy group adopted a proposal to allow protein powder in the winter of 2017, an updated version of this interpretation was published to provide some additional context to “protein powders” and what to watch for.  See below. Nutritional Supplements (I) Division: I…

Updated Chart for 2017-18 Recruiting Activities

As there have been changes to several areas of the recruiting legislation for many sports, the following chart provides a breakdown of when certain activities become permissible. This chart focuses on telephone calls, recruiting correspondence, official visits and unofficial visits. You can access the chart here or refer to the chart below. Sport First Opportunity…

NCAA Statement on CAP Agreement

For those who follow the developments of the NCPA (National College Players Association), the NCAA recently provided a response to the NCPA’s College Athlete Protection (CAP) Agreement that has been developed to assist prospect’s in their college decision-making.  The NCPA is advising prospects to use this agreement as a counter-offer to the traditional NLI (which…

Game Day Simulations and Institutional Camps/Clinics

The NCAA just released a new interpretation ahead of the spring/summer months when institutional camp and clinic season begins. Specifically, the interpretation relates to an institution’s ability to have prospects at the camps/clinics engage in activities that are considered to be game day simulations. So, if an institution is hosting a camp/clinic that includes prospects,…