Juco/Prep School/Community College/4 Year School Transfers

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You’re out of high school but you are ready to move on from your current situation. Remember, coaches like experienced players. They’re mature and typically they come in hungry. It’s important to keep getting viewership-enabled video in front of coaches. Remember they can take mid-year transfers or if they’re on the quarter system at the start of any period. They also will have guys with academic issues, injury problems, disciplinary challenges and early draft departures that force them to fill slots.

If you’re unhappy at your 4 year school keep in mind for certain schools JUCO football is very competitive so don’t assume you can just walk in and have a spot. You can transfer into a JUCO from a 4 year school, play and then transfer back to a 4 Year or look at other options, but think everything through and talk to an expert about the NCAA rules when it comes to transfers and eligibility. The most important thing to focus on is your degree. Too many players in transfer scenarios focus on moving schools for solely athletic reasons. The odds of playing in the NFL if you play college football are about 2%. The average NFL career is about 3 years - so be sure you think first about your degree and second about transferring to make it “in the league”.

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