Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer
Interesting topic for future NCAA legislation raised by former Duke distance runner Madison Granger, who expressed concerns over the amount of personal data on student-athletes collected by college programs. Granger cited a wearable product called Whoop, which markets to college programs as a fitness and sleep tracking device (similar to Fitbit). "Where we draw the line in terms of the privacy that student-athletes are entitled to?" Granger said, addressing autonomy group of Power 5 leadership. Minnesota President Eric Kaler chair of the DI Board of Directors, embraced Granger's concerns as a worthwhile issue for future discussion.