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    Default NCAA Proposal Says Transfers Will Be Granted Immediate Eligibility

    Ross Dellenger
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    Athletes will be granted a penalty-free, 1-time transfer starting in 2021, per proposal sent to DI Council & obtained by
    @SINow
    . Itís expected to pass in January.

    https://www.si.com/college/2020/10/1...te-eligibility

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zagdawg View Post
    Ross Dellenger
    @RossDellenger
    Athletes will be granted a penalty-free, 1-time transfer starting in 2021, per proposal sent to DI Council & obtained by
    @SINow
    . It’s expected to pass in January.

    https://www.si.com/college/2020/10/1...te-eligibility
    I hope it passes but somewhat worried Arlauskas and/or Zakharov may use this option if they are stuck on bench all season, and based on #s I don’t see how they won’t be getting anything but scraps of pt
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    - i'd tweek the rule and require students to attend minimum 2 yrs at their committed school, unless a coach is fired after the first year.
    - surely gonzaga will have more players transfering out of the program, all schools will.
    - but i think the schools program of high character players, family, team first, community will show fewer transfers than most schools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GonzagasaurusFlex View Post
    I hope it passes but somewhat worried Arlauskas and/or Zakharov may use this option if they are stuck on bench all season, and based on #s I don’t see how they won’t be getting anything but scraps of pt
    Given the recruiting pipeline, that’d be good move for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GonzagasaurusFlex View Post
    I hope it passes but somewhat worried Arlauskas and/or Zakharov may use this option if they are stuck on bench all season, and based on #s I donít see how they wonít be getting anything but scraps of pt
    I would have no problem if those kids felt it was in their best interests to go elsewhere. I donít want either to leave but I also donít want them to be unhappy due to lack of opportunity here.


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    I'm sure kids will be transferring here too. It's good for the athletes, but will hurt schools with good players who have little chance of making or being competitive in the tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GonzagasaurusFlex View Post
    I hope it passes but somewhat worried Arlauskas and/or Zakharov may use this option if they are stuck on bench all season, and based on #s I don’t see how they won’t be getting anything but scraps of pt
    Not sure I agree on Pavel. From trying to parse out info from the coaching staffs' interviews, I suspect Zakharov may be ahead of Ballo on the depth chart right now and be the first big off the bench.

    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Given the recruiting pipeline, that’d be good move for them.
    Perhaps but I know I'd like to see how they've improved first. I recall a number of people writing off Joel after his rs freshman year and look where's he at now.

    Arlo is a consistent 3 pt shot away from being a very strong college player and I'm still very bullish on Pavel. Keeping some continuity in the program and retaining these 3/4 year guys is integral to maintaining the GU culture. I see no reason Arlo can't have a Jeremy Jones like impact as an upperclassmen and I'd put money on a junior and senior season Zakharov outperforming the overwhelming majority of underclassmen.

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    Sounds like mid majors will be a minor league system for the power teams.

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    I’d like to see Zak blossom. He’s got things that could make him great. As I recall he was as high or higher rated than Petrusev. Same with Arlo but he is surrounded by a group of superior talented kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markburn1 View Post
    Sounds like mid majors will be a minor league system for the power teams.
    Great point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDABE80 View Post
    I’d like to see Zak blossom. He’s got things that could make him great. As I recall he was as high or higher rated than Petrusev. Same with Arlo but he is surrounded by a group of superior talented kids.
    Dunno, Doc. They seem to me to be new, if not better versions, of Keita and Monninghoff. Just not quite Top Ten/D1 contributors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Dunno, Doc. They seem to me to be new, if not better versions, of Keita and Monninghoff. Just not quite Top Ten/D1 contributors.
    Not Yet! You need new glasses, both are far more aggressive and physical, Pavel, will grow into a BEAST, Arlauskas plays within the system, the brief time I've seen him I see more potential that Keita and Monnighoff had together. Your impatience always precedes your best judgement Jazz, a TEAM has many integral parts, way better components than K & M...

    Old news, I picked Stocks and Hart as players from their Kraziness debuts, took you years to see it. You have good judgement but I believe you expect too much to fast and do become impatient when it comes to the growth factor, at times you are correct in your assessment, I think you are premature with these two.... Ha ha ha, I know you will be glad if you are mistaken,

    Stay safe my friend...

    Just my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblahla View Post
    Not Yet! You need new glasses, both are far more aggressive and physical, Pavel, will grow into a BEAST, Arlauskas plays within the system, the brief time I've seen him I see more potential that Keita and Monnighoff had together. Your impatience always precedes your best judgement Jazz, a TEAM has many integral parts, way better components than K & M...

    Old news, I picked Stocks and Hart as players from their Kraziness debuts, took you years to see it. You have good judgement but I believe you expect too much to fast and do become impatient when it comes to the growth factor, at times you are correct in your assessment, I think you are premature with these two.... Ha ha ha, I know you will be glad if you are mistaken,

    Stay safe my friend...

    Just my opinion.

    Go Zags!!!
    Of course, I’d be happy to be wrong. The bar is a lot higher now, as is my level of impatience. As for specs, I need new knees more.

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    I would not expect large migrations in in the first few years,
    but I can envision eventually much larger pecentages of players transferring across the nation than I would like.
    This change is another road sign saying for student athletes a college education and college experience takes back seat again to treating the game as primarily about money, profit and thinking of their college as a .com instead of a .ed or .org.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Of course, I’d be happy to be wrong. The bar is a lot higher now, as is my level of impatience. As for specs, I need new knees more.
    A truly kneedy person, eh?
    It's not funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willandi View Post
    A truly kneedy person, eh?
    Call me disjointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Call me disjointed.
    I hate it when that happens, but it IS legal there now, is it not?
    It's not funny.

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