I think with the current transfer rules this is the only way to try to even that playing field. If half the team decides to transfer for some reason (say the coaches all go to anothrr school or the NFL), why should they not be allowed to bring in as many young guys as they need to meet the overall limit?Personally, I think they should do away with initial counters and just say keep it under 85. Let the class be the size it is... no need to cap it in my opinion.
Or high loss rate of JR to NFL... or transfer portal.So, in other words, you can have unlimited classes but you can’t have unlimited classes. Only schools that have had mass exoduses due to poor performance or coaching malfeasance will be able to have an “unlimited” class.
Define a "high loss rate of JR to NFL." The best schools only lose a few.Or high loss rate of JR to NFL... or transfer portal.
With our program and kids leaving in the portal for playing time and JR leaving for the NFL it would/could have "unlimited" class... it's not just for poor performance or coaching.
I don't know... how many do we lose every year.... ??? I think we had 6 leave this last year with eligibility still on the table.Define a "high loss rate of JR to NFL." The best schools only lose a few.