Alcorn lands ex SEC tailback Cordarrian Richardson



Dog81

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Congrats on the pickup! Don't be surprised to see this trend continue for HBCU's. The transfer portal has changed the landscape of recruiting. Many colleges are looking to the transfer portable for players instead of high school recruits. Therefore, don't be surprised to see former 4 and 5 stars end up signing with HBCU's, which is great. As of yesterday there were 1,400 in the transfer portal.
 

Tigerpride

THE Logical ONE
Congrats on the pickup! Don't be surprised to see this trend continue for HBCU's. The transfer portal has changed the landscape of recruiting. Many colleges are looking to the transfer portable for players instead of high school recruits. Therefore, don't be surprised to see former 4 and 5 stars end up signing with HBCU's, which is great. As of yesterday there were 1,400 in the transfer portal.
..and half of them either going back to their school or to some other white ppl. JSU is pretty much out of offers. They dont want to come to a school with a no name coach and no fans.
 

Dog81

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High School Sports

Do college football coaches now prefer ‘quick-fix’ transfers over HS recruits?


By Ben Thomas | bthomas@al.com

Not much surprises St. Paul’s head football coach Steve Mask anymore. He’s been coaching nearly four decades and will go into the AHSAA Hall of Fame this spring. He’s pretty much seen it all. But this recruiting season? “It took me completely by surprise,” he said. College coaches’ new emphasis on the NCAA transfer portal caught Mask off-guard. The new philosophy has totally changed the recruiting landscape, Mask said, and hurts promising high school players searching for a college opportunity.


https://www.al.com/highschoolsports...fer-quick-fix-transfers-over-hs-recruits.html
 
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