The violations just keep piling up across the country, and it appears the University of Georgia has found themselves in the middle of a controversy involving this years starting OLB Jarvis Jones and their prized basketball recruit from the 2011 class Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. Caldwell-Pope is the # 3 ranked SG in the class of 2011.
Current Georgia and former USC linebacker Jarvis Jones could have his eligibility called into question after the Columbus (GA) Parks and Recreation Department uncovered what appeared to an impermissible bank account used to pay for Jones’ air travel when he was a member of a Los Angeles, Nike-sponsored AAU team in 2009.
Adams reportedly provided financial assistance to UGA basketball signee Kentavious Caldwell-Pope by paying a $280 phone bill for Caldwell-Pope’s mother using AAU team funds.
Not sure how much will come of this, but it's another story where a contact allegedly violating NCAA rules is being investigated by law enforcement officials:
While police are still investigating the actions of P&R director Tony Adams and associate Herman Porter — both are (or, at least, were) involved in a local AAU team by the name of the Georgia Blaze — UGA has notified both the NCAA and the SEC regarding the allegations.
If both player's are ruled ineligible it would be a huge loss to both the football and basketball team