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Not hard to predict
From CBS:

Bruce Pearl expanded on that thought.

"We're going to end up probably taking half as many high school prospects as we would've taken before," he said. "Over a period of four years, in the past, we might've taken three or four high school players a year on average. Now it's going to be one or two."

That's a sentiment I heard from countless coaches over the weekend -- their point being that it'll rarely be sensible going forward to sign high school prospects early who don't figure to play for you as freshmen because A) you can probably find somebody better in the transfer portal, and B) now that players are allowed to transfer without sitting out a season, there's a decent chance you'll spend a year developing a limited-role freshman only to lose him after that year to a school that offers more playing time.


If you are a "project," you probably can forget it these days.
(This post was last modified: 07-23-2021 02:25 PM by MICHAELSPAPPY.)
07-23-2021 02:24 PM
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