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RE: Sam Geraci Transferring
(04-11-2017 11:49 PM)cpawfan Wrote:  Thanks BearcatMan. I always learn something when you talk about kicking

Always here to help in any kicking related inquiries, at least there is one thing I still have a little knowledge about! 03-lmfao 04-cheers
 
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If he is transferring why was he allowed the punt in the spring game?
 
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(04-14-2017 10:37 PM)doss2 Wrote:  If he is transferring why was he allowed the punt in the spring game?

Fickell mentioned that he wanted to help him find the right place to land. Perhaps he was allowing him to showcase his skills for other schools.
 
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(04-14-2017 10:37 PM)doss2 Wrote:  If he is transferring why was he allowed the punt in the spring game?

He is still enrolled in school and needs practice reps. There is a player participating in osu's spring practices who will be a UC player in the Fall.
 
04-15-2017 12:22 AM
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The Bearcats also have that 6'-5" Nolan Ross kid from Strongsville, OH enrolled. He was ranked #17 in the nation when he graduated HS. Some of the national camp combine coaches will argue he's top #5 in his VERY talented 2014 HS special teams graduating class. In HS he was close to 50 yard average with 15 yard drop and almost 4.5s HT over 50 punts. He's fully developed, has a lot of big game experience and big leg with all the situational skills. He was a red shirt recruit out of West Virginia and did a year at Kansas chasing the non-resident scholarship money with 2 seasons left on his NCAA clock . -The only issue is he's a pro style punter. He's stats make him top #5 if you remove the rugby style punters from the mix.

Good to know in case all else fails...
 
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(07-13-2017 09:30 AM)Bill Greene Wrote:  The Bearcats also have that 6'-5" Nolan Ross kid from Strongsville, OH enrolled. He was ranked #17 in the nation when he graduated HS. Some of the national camp combine coaches will argue he's top #5 in his VERY talented 2014 HS special teams graduating class. In HS he was close to 50 yard average with 15 yard drop and almost 4.5s HT over 50 punts. He's fully developed, has a lot of big game experience and big leg with all the situational skills. He was a red shirt recruit out of West Virginia and did a year at Kansas chasing the non-resident scholarship money with 2 seasons left on his NCAA clock . -The only issue is he's a pro style punter. He's stats make him top #5 if you remove the rugby style punters from the mix.

Good to know in case all else fails...

Thanks for the info. BTW, is this the Bill Bank Greene from Scout?
 
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Quote:The 21-year-old recently returned from a two-week tour of the US, where he visited colleges from California to Washington.

How does his age impact his eligibility? Assuming he graduated the equivalent of high school at 18, his five years is up at 23. We're really only looking at two years at the best unless he receives an exemption.
 
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The NCAA clock does not begin until you enroll in classes. You could be 40 years old and still have 5 years to play 4 if you never attended any college classes.

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Painful to see a thread with Sub posts in it.
 
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