SportHow Does the NCAA Transfer Portal Work?

21:30  11 january  2019
21:30  11 january  2019 Source:   si.com

Alabama QB Jalen Hurts in transfer portal

Alabama QB Jalen Hurts in transfer portal Two people familiar with the situation say Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts has entered his name into the NCAA transfer database portal. The people spoke to The Associated Press Wednesday on condition of anonymity because the NCAA list is not publicly accessible. Hurts was a two-year starter before losing the job to Tua Tagovailoa.

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Before you act, do your homework. Make sure you understand how transferring will affect you, so Learn the transfer and eligibility rules for the NCAA and the new conference and school you plan to You will need to work with the compliance office at your new institution to determine when you will be

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In 2018, the NCAA instituted a new rule allowing Division I athletes to add their names to a "transfer portal" without permission from the program.

Entering the NCAA transfer portal is a necessary first step for any athlete who wishes to transfer to another institution. Once an athlete decides to transfer and is added to the database, any coach can contact the athlete. The process is now in the hands of athletes–past situations where universities blocked talented players from leaving are no longer permissible. However, schools are now allowed to cancel the scholarships of players at the end of the semester in which they expressed their intent to transfer.

Jalen Hurts, Miami appear to have mutual interest

Jalen Hurts, Miami appear to have mutual interest Jalen Hurts and the Miami Hurricanes appear to have mutual interest. Hurts has entered his name in the NCAA’s transfer portal. 

The Division I Council Transfer Working Group suggested last June the NCAA do away with its “permission to contact” rule, which gives schools unlimited authority to block players from transferring to particular schools. Now, the NCAA ’s Division I Committee on Academics is suggesting a rule

How the Graduate Transfer Rule Brought College Football Into Its Own Kind of Free Agency. The NCAA 's intentions seemed pure. Imagine Joe C. Football-Player, a physics major at Missouri with a Does the NCAA agree? It would seem so. Certainly, the rule and the way it's being enforced have

With the college football season over, many athletes will be adding their names to the NCAA transfer portal. Some players, like former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant, have already entered the portal and transferred, in this case to Missouri. Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts added his name on Wednesday. Ohio State’s Tate Martell and Oklahoma’s Austin Kendall followed suit.

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Making big splashes in the transfer market could pay dividends, particularly at quarterback. For example, Washington State won 11 games last year behind the play of graduate transfer Gardner Minshew. The last two Heisman winners, Oklahoma quarterbacks Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray, both transferred to the Sooners.

Report: QB Hurts visits Oklahoma day after Maryland

Report: QB Hurts visits Oklahoma day after Maryland Jalen Hurts entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal during the week, indicating his intention to transfer from Alabama. The quarterback, who has one year of college eligibility left and could transfer immediately as a grad transfer, is already taking visits. On Friday night, Hurts was spotted with former Alabama offensive coordinator Mike Locksley at a Maryland-Indiana game. Locksley was named Maryland’s new head coach. Jalen Hurts is here with Michael Locksley. pic.twitter.com/TyiLrCx05F — Josh Stirn (@Josh_Stirn) January 11, 2019 A day later, Hurts was on Oklahoma’s campus, according to Sooner Scoop.

The NCAA seems to be open to taking power away from coaches to make transfer rules more fair to players. There's a simple solution for how to do that. The working group studying the transfer rules put out a notice last week seeking input to help guide a potential revamp of the transfer system.

If he does decide to leave Tuscaloosa, where would he transfer ? Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts has put his name in the NCAA transfer portal , according to several reports. Playing time wouldn't be an issue, but how would he respond on an undermanned roster that would be up against Ohio State

The transfer rules still require players to sit out for a full academic year before they can begin playing, but athletes can file for waivers on the basis of any number of possible exceptions, as several Ole Miss players successfully did last offseason in the wake of the school’s NCAA sanctions. Ohio State’s Justin Fields, the No. 2-ranked quarterback in the class of 2018, plans to seek immediate eligibility following his departure from Georgia, where he spent the 2018 season. However, players like Hurts and Minshew who have graduated from their original school but still have eligibility are allowed to play immediately.

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How Does the NCAA Transfer Portal Work?

Dwayne Haskins ’50/50′ on staying at Ohio State, leaving early for NFL.
The redshirt sophomore is widely viewed as the top 2019 QB should he declare for the April draft.

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