First, I agree with the NCAA's decision to deny Mike Williams his re-entry to play NCAA football. That being said, I have never understood how the NCAA could allow Mike Williams to regain his elligibility in light of his contract with an agent. I have never seen this angle discussed before but I am fairly certain that when a player signs with an agent that a contract is signed which obligates both parties for several years. This would have to be the case in order for an agent to negotiate on behalf of his client and for the agent to get paid according to the player's NFL contract/salary. That being the case, no matter what the NCAA dictated to the player who signed a contract with an agent it would have ZERO effect on the players contract with an agent. In other words, being that the NCAA states clearly that any player who has an agent is inelligible, Mike Williams, for example would have to prove he is no longer under contract with his agent. NCAA rules or not, there is no agent out there who is going to be willing to release Mike Williams or any player who is a sure fire 1st round pick just to please the NCAA. The agent would be taking a huge risk of losing a major payday for absolutely nothing. I have heard the talk about giving money back and all that but even the idea of giving funds back to an agent doesn't nullify the contract and there is also real doubt that the player would be receiving money from the agent after the so-called reimbursement. I just don't see how a player can ever overcome the signing with an agent unless the player went to court and had a damn good reason to nullify the contract. This is why I never thought Mike Williams would be allowed back into the NCAA for football competition. Any thoughts?