The NCAA made proposals this week that could have an impact on how college coaches interact with recruits.

Summer camps run by college coaches have become big business, and a big recruiting tool used by a lot of schools. But the NCAA has some concerns about these type of events, so early this week, the made a move to gain control in this part of the college recruiting world. Here's more from the Louisiana Radio Network:

"The NCAA announced a proposals Wednesday that would restrict when and where college football coaches can hold satellite camps and also one that implement two early signing periods for high school prospects. The proposals need approval by the Board of Directors and would go into effect for the 2017-18 year."