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2021 Transfer Portal

bombay

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4/5 * Adam Miller is leaving Illinois after 1 season.
 
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Robert Sorell

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Just so I'm clear:

Everyone who graduated this year has a extra year of eligibility, and can play right away? Is there any other special rules that apply to transfers this year because of the covid year?
This year didn't count against anyone's eligility.

Graduating seniors can transfer without sitting out a year, as they could in the past.

I'm unclear if underclassmen can transfer without sitting out a year.

All the rising Seniors for the 2021-2022 season are in the same boat; the transfer market is going to be spicy for a few years.
 

Darth Snow

Hawaiian Buffalo
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Junta Member
Lots of 1 year contracts in college football last year. Also have to think covid really prevented guys from bonding with their school
 

Buffnik

Real name isn't Nik
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Junta Member
I feel like I should start a new thread just for this, but this is something everyone should see:

Yeah. It's so funny that these folks act like they're concerned about the little guys. It's helping them. This is hurting the blue blooods that pay the bills. No Duke or Kentucky this year. Sparty didn't make it to the Rd of 64. UNC got upset early. So did Kansas. That's the concern of big media.
 

buffgal

Club Member
Club Member
I am intrigued what Jordan Bohannan of Iowa will decided. He let it be known yesterday that if the Iowa legislature passes the NIL legislation, he will return for an extra season.

He's a local kid, loved by the fans and probably not loved by the coaches for his activism with the NIL but they do like the way he plays.

He's been injured a lot and it has hampered his game. He is still better than any point guard on the roster who will be returning. As they say, he will be coming back for his 10th year. :LOL:

Bohannan did not get his wish from the Iowa legislature. They NIL bill is dead. Will be interesting to see what he decides.
 

MtnBuff

Not allowed in Barzil 2
Club Member
Robert Sorell said:
https://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/terps/bs-sp-georgetown-center-qudus-wahab-maryland-mens-basketball-20210403-uyuqbirncjgclhwpgicid62vbq-story.html?outputType=amp&__twitter_impression=true


Wahab to Maryland.

Assuming the Sun has it correct, he'll be playing next year.

So I'm guessing no sitting out for a year for underclassmen transfers?
Maryland doing some business in the transfer market. They are trying to get good fast.
 

Gramburglar

Literally has hundreds of dollars
Club Member
I thought Tad mentioned one time that Grad transfers can get 2 years of grad school paid for by the school they are transferring into, but he would only be able to pay for 1 if they stayed. In essence he basically encouraged those players to find another school if they truly intended to complete grad school.
Grad school is huge, take the free education and the leg up in the job market. No brainer
 

Robert Sorell

Well-Known Member
As presumably the board's one Wake Forest fan, pretty excited about this. Forbes is doing work to turn over the roster and really upgrade talent this offseason.

And, frankly, the Buffs owe the Deacs for taking Bzdelik.
Bzdelik was fine. It was great timing that he chose to leave and Tad was ascending at UNC.

The cupboard was absolutely bare when Ricardo left, I think the only talent he recruited after Richard Roby was Xavier Silas, and Sials followed him to N. Illinois.

Bzdelik got the program out from rock bottom, and set Tad up with a much better program that what Bz inherited from Patton.
 

NCTX

Active Member
Bzdelik was fine. It was great timing that he chose to leave and Tad was ascending at UNC.

The cupboard was absolutely bare when Ricardo left, I think the only talent he recruited after Richard Roby was Xavier Silas, and Sials followed him to N. Illinois.

Bzdelik got the program out from rock bottom, and set Tad up with a much better program that what Bz inherited from Patton.
Sure, Bzdelik was Wake’s Patton though. And pretty sure he would have never gotten the Buffs to where Tad has
 

Not Sure

Sets low bar, barely exceeds it.
Club Member
I feel like I should start a new thread just for this, but this is something everyone should see:

I’d be interested in how he defines “better” programs. By record? By conference affiliation?
 
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