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Recruits may see changes


High school players may have to wait a little longer to start accepting college scholarship offers. An NCAA committee announced Thursday that it will back a proposal to prohibit making scholarships offers to recruits before their July 1 of their junior year in high school. If passed, it would apply to all sports. Coaches also would have to receive high school transcripts documenting at least five semesters or seven quarters worth of academic work for a young recruit before they can offer a scholarship. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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