The National College Players Association is a nonprofit organization comprised of over 20,000 current and former college athletes nationwide that works to protect future, current, and former college athletes.
“One of the many interesting contradictions regarding transfer policy: the unpaid amateur students shouldn’t be contacted by any other school, but the paid coaches under contract can take all the calls they like about [. . .]
Clemson assistants Tony Elliott, Jeff Scott get raises to $1 million while this $12 billion industry scoffs at paying sports-related medical expenses for current & former college athletes.
“If you look at other sports — multibillion-dollar industries — those players have unions, and they have them for a reason. They’re a necessity. They’re needed to keep them safe, needed for players to get [. . .]
NCPA proudly co-sponsors bill to allow college athlete commercial compensation from 3rd parties. Thanks to Senators Nancy Skinner and Steven Bradford for introducing!
Washington State Representative Drew Stokesbary (R) fighting for his bill that would end NCAA’s prohibition on athletes’ right to receive compensation for their name, image, likeness in the state of WA. “It’[. . .]
From the University of Alabama campus newspaper:
“..colleges should allow their players to make money off of their reputations...athletes would be compensated for their endeavors the same as any other scholarship recipient at a [. . .]