The NBA is considering ending the “one-and-done” age limit rule for players who want to enter the NBA draft in wake of the pay-for-play scandal roiling college basketball, according to a report from ESPN.

“We are looking at changing the relationship we have with players before they reach the NBA,” one high-ranking league told ESPN. “This is a complex challenge, and there’s still a lot of discussion about how it’s going to happen, but we all see the need to step in.”

Some rumored ideas include expanding the current NBA G-League for those not yet reading for the NBA and creating global youth academies similar to the international soccer model.