Each of the coaches is charged with bribery conspiracy, solicitation of bribes, honest services fraud conspiracy, honest service fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud and Travel Act conspiracy.
In the second set of allegations, authorities say that James Gatto, on behalf of an unnamed "sportswear company," funneled "six-figure payments" to three players, who, in exchange, committed to play for particular college programs affiliated with the company.
Three of the four coaches were arrested Tuesday morning, along with James Gatto, director of global sports marketing for Adidas; Merl Code, another Adidas employee; Christian Dawkins, a former NBA agent; Munish Sood, a financial adviser; and two others.
The documents filed by prosecutors allege that the family of a "Player-10," former ESPN 100 recruit Brian Bowen, was to receive $100,000 from the "sportswear" company.
As for the head coaches that employed them, the first question will be whether any of the charged defendants will come forward with information directly implicating their head coaches.