Coming Thursday: The NCAA to vote on basketball recruiting changes

The AJC continues its coverage of the NCAA Convention in Atlanta by taking a look at the proposals to help clean up basketball recruiting.

The NCAA's Legislative Council will vote on four proposals, two of which seem to be aimed at reducing the influence AAU and high school coaches can have on the recruiting process.

• The first proposal would prohibit schools from hiring anyone associated with a recruit for a two-year period before or after that recruit enrolls.

• The second proposal would prohibit college camps and clinics from hiring as instructors anyone who isn't enrolled, or already coaching, at the host school.

The first proposal could be named the Beasley/Wall rule because it stems from high-profile recruiting switches involving Michael Beasley at Kansas State and John Wall at Kentucky.

Beasley's AAU coach and one-time Atlanta resident, Dalonte Hill, was hired as an assistant at his alma mater, North Carolina-Charlotte. Beasley, one of the nation's top players, eventually committed there. When Hill left the 49ers after three seasons and joined Bob Huggins' staff at Kansas State in 2006, Beasley switched his commitment to the Wildcats.  He stayed for one year before leaving for the NBA

Wall's AAU coach, Dwon Clifton, was hired by Baylor to be the Director of Player Development and seemingly to influence Wall, one of the nation's top point guards, to sign with them. He eventually signed with Kentucky.