Post by (R)uffda! * on Apr 3, 2019 14:19:01 GMT -5
The other question is, once they are in the portal, can they return to this dimension or are they stuck in some other dimension? If it's the latter, how can we ever find out if they made the right decision and how are the seats?
here is an interesting one on basketball.... seems they dont care much what ncaa feels about listing the kids
As mentioned in another post, 247 has built their own webpages that somewhat emulate the portal primarily for tracking of the movement of players.
It's not the NCAA that's worried about someone listing the kids. What's being referenced is the student privacy laws which someone could be violating by revealing the information without permission from the athlete(s). The NCAA is controlling access to the portal primarily to be compliant with these privacy laws.
What does the "Transfer Tracer" button on the far right do?
It shows specific information about the S-A in question. Among other things: - email address - do they wish to be contacted by other schools - "general information" like previous transfer history, initial enrollment - "eligibility" information about their current athletic eligibility status - "participation" information about their most recent season of eligibility - "exceptions" like is their program being discontinued, have they been suspended for disciplinary reasons, and does the school support a one-time transfer exception There are varying degrees of information in there about each athlete. Not sure that each person that enters S-As into the portal is as thorough as another.
Last Edit: Apr 3, 2019 17:38:56 GMT -5 by sisyphus