NCAA issues warnings to teams continuing to recruit during coronavirus-related ban
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread across the globe, the NCAA has issued a moratorium on in-person recruiting activities.
However, some schools are apparently not abiding by that mandate fully, according to NCAA Vice President of Enforcement Jon Duncan.
He told SI.com that they’ve heard about these ongoing recruiting activities and want them to stop:
“We are mindful of the circumstances and challenges on campus,” Duncan said. “But at the same time, we’re obligated to keep the infractions process moving.”
Duncan said that this message is, among other things, meant to protect the schools that are actually following the rules.
Will we see any penalties handed down over the coming weeks?