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NCAA: 40 percent of scholarship FBS players do not find scholarships on the other side of the transfer portal.
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wiu712 wrote: Mon Apr 25, 2022 9:26 pm NCAA: 40 percent of scholarship FBS players do not find scholarships on the other side of the transfer portal.
From Football Scoop:
https://footballscoop.com/news/ncaa-tra ... ortal-data
 
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Transferring at the FCS level is even riskier. Only a third of Portalers find a scholarship awaiting them on the other side.
And only 36 percent of FCS transfers find a Division I school willing to take them, period.
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ST_Lawson wrote: Tue Apr 26, 2022 8:20 am
wiu712 wrote: Mon Apr 25, 2022 9:26 pm NCAA: 40 percent of scholarship FBS players do not find scholarships on the other side of the transfer portal.
From Football Scoop:
https://footballscoop.com/news/ncaa-tra ... ortal-data

 
Important quotes...
Transferring at the FCS level is even riskier. Only a third of Portalers find a scholarship awaiting them on the other side.
And only 36 percent of FCS transfers find a Division I school willing to take them, period.
I would also be interested in the percentages associated with the underlying reasons WHY an athlete entered onto portal (not enough PT, hated coach, move closer to home, ....)  I would think the application would allow an athlete to check off one or more reasons associated with his/her decision.  If they cant do that, the NCAA is dumb AF.  How can you fix a problem when you have no clue what is causing it. 
 
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