The NCAA has amended its requirements for agents following a lot of criticism from high-profile personnel across basketball.

According to Gary Parrish of CBS Sports, a bachelor's degree is no longer needed to represent players testing the waters of the NBA draft as long as the agent is certified by the NBPA.

The collegiate organization initially added criteria earlier this month for agents to contact perspective clients still in college, but the changesrequire either a bachelor's degree or being in "good standing" with the NBPA.

This allows Rich Paul of Klutch Sports, who represents LeBron Jamesamong other top NBA players, to represent college players despite not having a four-year college degree.