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Peter167
Member since Mar 2020
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Are transfers basically free agents now?
A Cali kid gets his Eligibility almost immediately at UGA

Seems every one should be eligible

What was his reasoning? Kid left his fam to go across the country lol
This post was edited on 7/25 at 1:43 pm


GoblinGuide
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Member since Nov 2017
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re: Are transfers basically free agents now?
They are if they're smart enough to lawyer up. That seems to be the common denominator in every case that's granted immediate eligibility.


meansonny
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re: Are transfers basically free agents now?
Best answer I read was that he sat out last season with an injury. He didnt have a redshirt to burn.

Coaching turnover as well which seems to be a prevalent reason for approval, also.

But I agree. It feels like a free for all.


Peter167
Member since Mar 2020
736 posts

re: Are transfers basically free agents now?
The coaching turnover was actually good for USC imo I believe he could of thrived under Graham Harrel

Jmo but yea it's a legit reasoning I guess still happened stupid fast



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Peter167
Member since Mar 2020
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re: Are transfers basically free agents now?
Yep that really is it isnt it?

Whether ur parents are rich enough to hire a good Lawyer or not

Absolutely bs the way ncaa works

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