Rich Paul, founder and CEO of Klutch Sports Group, said that while it’s “flattering” that the NCAA’s new agent provisions are being called the “Rich Paul Rule,” he’s more concerned about the greater impact the new criteria will have.
Dubbed the “Rich Paul Rule,” the memo, obtained by ESPN, outlines new criteria for agents interested in representing players testing the NBA draft waters: a bachelor’s degree, National Basketball Players Association certification for at least three consecutive years, professional liability insurance and completion of an in-person exam taken in early November at the NCAA office in Indianapolis.
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Rich Paul had a few things to say via The Athletic:
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