Related AAU teams sounds like grooming and recruiting which is ok up to the OHSAA grade limit. Which by the way most infractions are self-reported because of parent misinformation / mistakes. But that would never happen at Moeller (I mean the self-reporting not the "mistakes)Or...
“we have to avoid proactive contact for the next 2 years. If you’re excited about the prospects Moeller provides for you, reach out to us”
Is that really unethical? Sounds like good business and marketing to me.
How is it any different than having youth camps and related AAU teams at a young age? So it’s ok for the feeder kids but not for the non feeder kids? That makes no sense too.