General rule seems to be based on recruiting year:This is all I personally know about him. Haven't a clue if he redshirted etc.
Maybe he locks down the outside opposite Walley and the other two battle for the nickel spot. If he's that good he shouldn't be scared off by the other two transfers.I wouldn't come to Minnesota if I were him. We already have two grad transfers at CB this year and a returning freshman All-American.
Maybe he locks down the outside opposite Walley and the other two battle for the nickel spot. If he's that good he shouldn't be scared off by the other two transfers.
Good take. I agree that I don't think it is an important add at this point, unless he is just too good to turn down. I definitely don't think the plan is/was to take 3 transfer cbs. I think 1 would've been enough to be honest.Sure, you can look at it that way - especially if he really wants to be a Gopher specifically. But if he just wants playing time at the P5 level, I'd guess there are many opportunities where there is a clearer path to playing time.
My take is that I don't think we will be in the picture at all on him and if he weren't from Minneapolis, we wouldn't even be discussing him on a deeper level.
Plus, the CB room has two young guys with tremendous potential/upside in Glaze and Ortiz. I think we would be playing with fire by taking a 3rd transfer CB in the same year. Like it or not, perception is reality with the transfer portal. If a young player thinks recent moves are cutting off their legitimate shot to playing time, there is nothing stopping them from leaving. I'd be much more bummed to lose Glaze or Ortiz (3 and 4 years left respectively) than I'd be excited to get this transfer with 2 years.