RecruitLook: NCAA updates social media recruiting rules
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NCAA updates social media recruiting rules reposted from our partners at RecruitLook Social media in college recruiting has become too big for the NCAA to control. The solution? Change the rules for how college coaches can interact with potential prospects on social media. The NCAA could no longer effectively enforce its old rules, which prohibited […] The post RecruitLook: NCAA updates social media recruiting rules appeared first on CoachUp Blog.