In correspondence from the University of North Carolina athletic department to the NCAA released Friday, athletic director Dick Baddour wrote to the NCAA compliance department Oct. 4 to detail what he called “minimal benefits” to student athletes.
In the letters, Baddour identified Christopher Hawkins as the person who acted as “a prospective agent” and as “a financial adviser ” to student-athletes.
Baddour wrote to Hawkins on the same day to ask him to disassociate himself from the athletics program for at least five years.
Hawkins, who was a student-athlete at North Carolina earlier this decade, transferred from the university prior to his senior season and now lives in Durham.
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