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Have you watched the SEC New Coaches Orientation Video?
1) Before a prospective student-athlete (i.e., recruit) signs a written commitment (e.g,, NLI) with the University of Georgia, a staff member may not comment publicly on the prospective student-athlete’s likelihood of commitment.
2) A prospective student-athlete must provide UGA with an academic transcript before taking an official visit.
3) Which of the following is true regarding a prospective student-athlete's unofficial visit to campus?
Meals may be provided
Recruiting activities may occur within a 30-mile radius.
The prospective student-athlete may be provided with three complimentary admissions
Lodging may be provided
Gear may be provided
4) Personalized recruiting aids (e.g., personalized jerseys with a prospective student-athlete's last name, personalized audio/video presentations) may not be arranged during an official visit.
5) During an official visit, a meal may be provided to a prospective student-athlete at a staff member’s home.
6) If a prospective student-athlete is taken to dinner during an official visit, who is NOT allowed to be present at the dinner?
The prospective student-athlete's family members
Sport-specific noncoaching staff members
Members of the coaching staff
A member of the Athens business community who is not employed by UGA
7) Employees or representatives of a name, image and likeness collective may be involved in the recruiting process (i.e., calling prospective student-athletes or their family members, friend or agents, meeting with prospective student-athletes on- and off-campus).
8) On-campus contact between prospective student-athletes and former UGA student-athletes who are not media is permitted under NCAA rules.
9) Which of the following is an example of an “extra benefit” for a UGA student-athlete?
Compensation received for name, image and likeness activities.
An occasional meal at a staff member’s home.
Use of a UGA staff member’s automobile or staying at their home.
UGA-issued apparel and practice gear.
10) Which of the following is an example of an impermissible offer or inducement during a recruiting visit?
A photoshoot with team apparel
A discount at the UGA bookstore
Complimentary admissions to a UGA athletics event
A lanyard with the prospective student-athlete's name on it
11) A noncoaching staff member (e.g., analyst, director of operations) is not allowed to evaluate prospective student-athletes off-campus.
12) A member of the sport staff may observe a prospective student-athlete participating in voluntary recreational activities during a campus visit.
13) Which of the following statements are true regarding voluntary activities?
Voluntary activities are not required.
Voluntary activities must be initiated solely by the student-athlete.
Coaches and sport-specific staff members may not observe student-athletes participating in voluntary activities.
Student-athlete attendance at voluntary activities may not be recorded or reported to the coaching staff.
A student-athlete may not be penalized for not participating or receive recognition for participating.
All of the above
14) Who is not allowed to provide technical or tactical instruction to student-athletes?
Director of Operations
Student Assistant Coach
15) Arranging for a false or inaccurate academic record (e.g., test score, grades) for a prospective student-athlete is not permitted under NCAA rules.
16) A coaching staff member may arrange a private tutor for a student-athlete.
17) When evaluating high school prospective student-athletes off-campus, a coach may conduct or direct the prospective student-athlete's coach to conduct, specific activities or drills to measure his or her skill or athletic ability.
18) Who can I call with a compliance question?
Any member of the compliance staff can help with a compliance question!
I will just keep it to myself
19) A coach may have off-campus contact with a high school freshman or sophomore if the prospective student-athlete's coach arranges the introduction, so long as the encounter is less than a few minutes.
20) UGA camps and clinics must be open to any and all entrants (limited only by age, grade level and/or gender)
Please Review the SEC New Coaches Orientation Video before proceeding with the rest of the quiz.
The orientation video can be found at: https://vimeo.com/781662988/b1abcdf3a0 (You can copy and paste this link into your browser)
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