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Goodwin's Eligibility OK If He Wasn't Paid For Video

The NCAA is examining the amateurism/eligibility of a number of High School players including Kentucky commit Archie Goodwin because a website for a magazine geared towards athletic training posted a number of videos using HS players [In addition to Goodwin, other HS players are Providence commit Kris Dunn, Baylor commit Isaiah Austin, and Texas commit Javan Felix from the Class of 2012; Elijah Brown from the Class of 2013; and the teams from St. Xavier and Archbishop Moeller in Cincinnati] to promote a new basketball shoe from ADIDAS. But because the kids are still in high school, the fact that the videos have been scrubbed from the web should limit NCAA issues as long as they weren't paid. On the other hand, Andre Drummond will face more serious questions, however, since he is currently enrolled at UConn. Link To Ballin' Is A Habit Article
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