Is it bennificial to a player to go to Junior College first and then transfer to a 4 year school after his 2 years at Junior College are done?
Also How much Recruiting money do D1 JUCO's have?
quote:Originally posted by TRhit:
People keeping intimating that JUCO means you play right off the bat or at the very least get more playing time----Not really true---the best players play and they bring in many more "studs" that D-1 programs
You still have to win your spot in the lineup, regardless of where you play
quote:they, too, have said I would have a shot and I would make an immediate impact...
quote:Originally posted by fanofgame:
But it is not true that you are wasting time at a Jc if you were a good highschool student.
If you take legit classes, and follow the IGETSE)in Ca.) Don't know if they use it else where.The classes transfer to UC and state schools.Every class my son has taken transfers at every school we have visited so far, And he can even leave JC after one year.it can be done.
Kids do transfer, and they do get recruited.A lot more than people think.I think a JC kid can still finish in 4 years if he takes 30 units at the JC.
quote:What that number doesn't show is that 50-100 kids are invited to show up at these JC's each year and half are weeded out before spring season. And half of those that make the team don't see the field. So 75% of those thinking the JC route is their path to a 4-year school are not going to be recruited at all