Sports Illustrated is reporting that a new NCAA working group could push through further guidelines on Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) items that could be "approved within a week's time."
SI's sources say one of the measures would be that booster-backed collectives should be prohibited from recruiting high school prospects and college transfers and "schools that do not control their donors’ spending could be found to have violated NCAA rules and will be punished."
Per the story: "The guidelines will provide more guidance to member schools on what many administrators say are NIL-disguised 'pay for play' deals orchestrated by donors to induce prospects, recruit players off other college teams and retain their own athletes."
More included in the story below and one source's opinion on it:
without any kind of governance or controls, anyone with any knowledge of collegiate recruiting could foresee schools taking advantage of it and turning it into something that was never intended which is exactly where we are now.