1. On more than one occasion, John Calipari has proposed an end to the summer evaluation period for coaches which he says would take control out of the hands of AAU coaches and put it back in the hands of high school coaches, who he believes are more honest and concerned about the general welfare of the kids. It is considered a radical proposal but isn’t it time the NCAA started considering radical proposals in an effort to curb the influence of AAU coaches and put an end to some of the corruption? 2. Would the college game suffer if AAU basketball became less important than the college game? 3. If college coaches were forced to make their evaluations based on 20-30-game high school seasons without the advantage of seeing a kid play several times in summer AAU, would it make recruiting more territorial and take away the advantage some schools have to recruit nationally?