2017 D1 Basketball Transfers

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2017 D1 Basketball Transfers

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jul 31, 2017 6:03 am

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Our 2017 D1 Transfer List is up to 771 names. Updated daily: http://verbalcommits.com/transfers/2017

2017 D1 Basketball Transfers

Total 2017 Transfers To Date: 771

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Re: 2017 D1 Basketball Transfers

Postby MBRer » Wed Sep 06, 2017 6:31 am

Major Potential Shift In NCAA Transfer Rules

In a potentially paradigm-shifting proposal, the NCAA members may vote to allow all Division-I transfers to be eligible to play immediately. The only potential restrictions are that student-athletes would be asked to meet a minimum GPA, in order to transfer immediately, and that any additional transfer would require the student-athletes to sit out a full year. The proposal, which is being solicited among members for feedback, is gaining increased traction in recent weeks, a source confirms.

In April, a 19-person task force comprised of commissioners, athletic directors, coaches, and student-athletes initially assembled under the name of Division I Transfer Working Group. Their mission was to bring a fresh approach to the often publicly maligned transfer process. Although earlier groups had been formed in prior years under similar missions, the Transfer Working Group was given more data, while also tasked with the goal of trying to create uniformity within the transfer process.

By late June, the Transfer Working Group made progress on creating uniformity in transfer rules. They contemplated two polar-opposite options: the first was to require every student-athlete to sit out a year, while the second option was to enable every student-athlete to be immediately eligible upon transferring to a new school, as long as they achieved a minimum GPA designed to lead the student-athlete ultimately to graduate.

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