Posted by EP on August 11, 2022 at 18:06:45:
In Reply to: Re: Wow posted by Transfers Gone Wild on August 11, 2022 at 08:33:08:
: : : : : : : 8/4/22 there were 673 transfers listed. Today that number is 732. When they are adults, are they going to do this with jobs also?
: : : : : : 8/9/22 891 transfers and counting
: : : : : That's just ridiculous if true. Should've never even been allowed.. Should be like old days..kids went to the school they were supposed to go to..that's how rivalries are developed.
: : : : Wild Wild West, let the kids transfer all over. They still have to maintain grades and graduate, if they mess up their own career or make it better its their choice to make. The coaches will be the ones that have to sit in the meetings when their kid isnít being used right at their 4th school. Yes rivalries are great and the older generation thrives on that lakers vs celtics vibe etc but the current generation rivalries are individual based and developed in travel ball. The current generations heroís are great individual players who move from team to team, take days/games off for load management, etc but are great individual talents. Kyrie, KD, Lebron all have jumped from team to team, they just imitate the guys they look up to.
: : : 8/10/22 Showing 1 to 10 of 962 962 transfers and counting. Yes, this is true. CIFSS.ORG has this information.
: : : I am sure D2, D3 and NAIA coaches will look at the transfers and PASS on those that have multiple transfers. Had conversations and these players are not desired.
: : :I agree that many college coaches will pass on these multi-transfer athletes but the amount of transfers should be put in perspective. It's only 1-2% (so far) of all Southern Section athletes who are transferring.
: We now have 1023 and counting. To correct last poster, this is just CIF, not all So Cal. Wow indeed.
:No correction needed - your number is currently 1-1.5% of all CIF Southern Section athletes - not counting City or San Diego Section.
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