The Indiana High School Athletic Association Board of Directors has approved the new rule.
Non-school sponsored athletic facilities are conducting clinics for students and trying to influence them to attend a school where they are coaching.
A state senator says she may seek a referendum on single-class basketball, despite overwhelming disapproval from players and administrators.
The governing organization for Indiana high school sports issued a report Friday diminishing the hopes for a return to single-class state basketball.
IHSAA has voted to create a sixth class and create a point system for Indiana's football leagues.
Of those attending the town hall meetings, 68 percent favor returning to the original single-class basketball format.
Not since 1997, when Bloomington North won the boys title, has the state held a single basketball tournament for all high schools in the state.
Milan High School Legend Bobby Plump say single-class basketball adds more excitement to the sport.
The IHSAA is taking a straw poll at each meeting and will release the results of those votes.
The IHSAA will hold 11 town meetings to get public input on whether to return Indiana to the single-class basketball system.