Negligent Admissions: Was it Unethical to Recruit Marcus Johnson?

Michael Conklin, Negligent Admissions: Was It Unethical to Recruit Marcus Johnson?, 4 J. CASE RES. & INQUIRY 12 (2018).

6 Pages Posted: 19 Jun 2020

Date Written: 2018

Abstract

This case study is based on the tragic, real life story of an illiterate athlete recruited to play Division One basketball. He later sued the college for “negligent admissions” and was the impetus for current NCAA regulations on recruitment and academic performance. Your students will be challenged to balance competing ethical interests, analyze the limits of legal recourse, and examine racial considerations. This case study is designed with two scenarios, background information, and detailed teaching notes.

Keywords: Ross v. Creighton, College Athletics, Kevin Ross, NCAA violations, Ethics, Race, College Recruitment,

Suggested Citation

Conklin, Michael, Negligent Admissions: Was it Unethical to Recruit Marcus Johnson? (2018). Michael Conklin, Negligent Admissions: Was It Unethical to Recruit Marcus Johnson?, 4 J. CASE RES. & INQUIRY 12 (2018)., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3626682

Michael Conklin (Contact Author)

Angelo State University ( email )

2601 W. Avenue N
San Angelo, TX 76909
United States

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