NCAA Transfer Restrictions Don’t Benefit Student Athletes

In the not-too-distant past, when a student athlete (SA) matriculated to a certain college, fans of those teams could generally expect to see the growth and development in that young man or woman, both personally and athletically, over a four-year period.  However, recent reports in revenue-generating Division 1 sports (primarily football and basketball) reflect that more and more SAs are switching their school of choice at some point in their collegiate careers.  The decision to transfer is a rapidly growing trend and, because of unnecessary NCAA restrictions on such activity, is essentially forcing those student athletes who decide that a switch is what is best for them, to remain in school for longer than he or she may have originally intended... Read more.

Post by Afi Ahmadi

Post by Afi Ahmadi