Should the NCAA waive the 25-player scholarship limit for a specific recruiting class?

Indianapolis – If the NCAA allows college football programs to exceed 25 or 32 players in a recruiting class, they will have positive outcomes, as well as negative outcomes, if you don’t plan accordingly.

Traditionally, 25 is the number of players allowed in a single recruiting class, while 32 was set up last October to help high school players struggling to get scholarship offers through college programs rather than favoring more experienced players from the transfer portal. Now, the NCAA is considering a move to remove the limit altogether, for two years, based on what has now become numerous reports.

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