The University of Michigan will be hosting agent interviews with 2015 draft eligible football student-athletes during the week of July 14-18, 2014 for those agents registered with the University of Michigan. Those agents interested in attending should email Lauren Roberts at email@example.com with the name(s) of student-athlete(s) you are interested in interviewing, as well as the dates you are available during the week of July 14-18. All interviews will be scheduled to last a maximum of 45 minutes.
The current agent registration cycle with the University of Michigan will expire on June 30, 2014. After June 30, 2014 all agents will need to complete a new online registration form with the University of Michigan in order to be permitted to contact Michigan student-athletes and participate in agent interviews with student-athletes during the week of July 14-18, 2014.
Adherence with NCAA legislation as it relates to agents and advisors is of utmost importance to Michigan and its Athletic Department. NCAA rules regarding agents prohibit student-athletes from having any agreement, verbal or written, for representation either now or in the future. NCAA rules also prohibit student-athletes, their relatives or friends from receiving any benefits from an agent. It is our expectation that our student-athletes and any agents who seek to contact them will adhere to these rules.
The Michigan Athletics Compliance Services Office asks that agents (1) register with the Compliance Services Office prior to having any contact with a student-athlete or their families so that we can ensure that they are properly educated regarding NCAA rules; and (2) copy us on any correspondence with our student-athletes. We are frequently asked to verify that contact which may have taken place between a student-athlete and an agent did not violate NCAA rules, so it is helpful to know what contact has occurred. If you wish to send correspondence for student-athletes to our offices, we will be happy to pass it along to them.
We want our student-athletes to have the opportunity to make well-informed and educated decisions about their future; however it is critical that we protect our institution and the eligibility of our student-athletes. We appreciate your cooperation in this regard. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact Elizabeth Heinrich, Associate Athletic Director/Chief of Compliance Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or (734) 647-1194.