Recruits, analysts weigh in on NCAA ban on satellite camps

Recruits, analysts weigh in on NCAA ban on satellite camps

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Recruits, analysts weigh in on NCAA ban on satellite camps

The NCAA Division I Council on Friday closed a loophole in the rulebook that allowed so-called “satellite camps” for football recruiting away from campus. The SEC, which already prohibited holding camps off campus, had initiated the push to apply its rule nationally.

The new rule requires Football Bowl Subdivision schools “to conduct camps and clinics at their school’s facilities or at facilities regularly used for practice or competition.”

Among those weighing in on Twitter was 2016 No. 1 dual threat quarterback Tate Martell from Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas). Martell is committed to Texas A&M.

Miami Southridge cornerback DiCaprio Bootie, who signed with Nebraska in February

South Forsyth (Cumming, Ga.) kicker Alex Barbir, who is heading to Penn State:

Athlete Davir Hamilton from Verbum Dei (Los Angeles), who signed with Utah:

Long Beach Poly defensive back DeAndre Pierce, who is at Boise State:

Class of 2017 UCLA commit Hunter Echols from Cathedral (Los Angeles):

Willie Gay from Starkville High School, one of the top linebackers in Mississippi:

A number of national recruiting analysts also weighed in:

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