The National College Players Association said Tuesday the NCAA president Mark Emmert has educated that a bunch of basketball players that began a social networking effort to protest inequities in school sports he will meet together following March Madness.
NCPA executive manager Ramogi Huma explained in a statement he obtained a letter from Emmert in reaction to the advocacy group's request for a meeting between the mind of the NCAA and three gamers that headed the #NotNCAAProperty demonstration that began last week.
Throughout the NCPA, the gamers had asked to meet with Emmert and among the NCAA's top lobbyists on Tuesday morning.
In a letter responding to Emmert, the 3 players voiced their disappointment he was waiting until after the championship to match and that he'd be meeting just with the 3 players.
"Additionally, we're disappointed with your obvious effort to narrow the involvement of the meeting to just the three people. To be clear, we're asking a meeting with you which will also incorporate different men's and women's basketball players in addition to NCPA Executive Director Ramogi Huma so we have somebody present who's an athlete advocate with experience in these regions.
"We anticipate receiving confirmation you will meet the team we've described, and you will show on behalf of your company and membership these issues are actually a priority by assembly us by Friday of the week"
The NCAA has dedicated to altering its rules concerning title, picture and likeness rights, but the procedure has bogged down amid warnings in the Department of Justice about potential antitrust violations from the institution's proposal.
The NCAA has requested for assistance from national lawmakers in the shape of a federal NIL law which could spur dozens of state legislation under consideration that could produce unique rules for rival colleges.