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Is the NCAA reviewing the practice of hiring high school coaches to gain an advantage in recruiting?
I am thinking of the Markaviest Big Cat Bryant situation amongst others.
I believe Jim Harbaugh just did the same thing for a 2019 recruit.
To be fair, the coach is supposed to be pretty good. The ethical question; however, still persists.
I also believe that this is not his first time engaging in this practice.