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Rules Force USC Baseball to Stop Recruiting

Rules Force USC Baseball to Stop Recruiting

The new rules imposed by the NCAA's emergency legislation in an effort to improve college baseball's APR (Academic Progress Rate) are now in effect, and Jim Toman, the University of South Carolina's coach in charge of recruiting for highly ranked baseball program has had to stop recruiting any new players because of them.

"I've stopped recruiting," Toman said. "I'm done this year, at least until it's clarified that the new rules will remain in effect as passed. " He said USC currently has seven commitments towards the next class, and due to the new numbers restrictions, they can't take anymore. Toman said he has had to take five or six offers off of the table that had been offered to other players USC wanted prior... Recommended Stories

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