The Hurricane USA Fan Gulf of Mexico Member since Aug 2011 2428 posts
re: What happens to the scholarships that are vacated by the juniors leaving?Posted by The Hurricane on 1/8/13 at 11:09 am to lsugrldej8
This goes into account for the next group of signees. We have 29 spots available to sign players. If more scholarships become available than players signed, then a deserving walk-on will probably receive it since it's basically a one year contract.
re: What happens to the scholarships that are vacated by the juniors leaving?Posted by Indiana Tiger on 1/8/13 at 11:19 am to lsugrldej8
About the only real impact is that if any have graduated by the fall, you can accomodate additional EEs if there are any. An EE needs to fit under the current 85 if he is going to be on scholarship. You can substitute the scholarship if a player graduates and leaves the team.
dgnx6 LSU Fan Baton Rouge Member since Feb 2006 28548 posts
re: What happens to the scholarships that are vacated by the juniors leaving?Posted by dgnx6 on 1/8/13 at 1:09 pm to lsugrldej8
Just helps you get to 85.
Lets say we get to 27 or whatever this year. well we didnt have 27 srs leaving so the other spots have to come from somewhere. This is also when guys like duke riley or cethan carter can get a scholly. Or any other grey shirt offer.
lsuexpert57 LSU Fan Back Brusly Member since Oct 2008 1334 posts
re: What happens to the scholarships that are vacated by the juniors leaving?Posted by lsuexpert57 on 1/8/13 at 11:24 pm to yankeelover
quote: Texas A&M has 35 commitments. wtf LINK
Commitments are not "signees". They probably have a few EE's in that group and probably anticipate a few who won't qualify. At the end of the day, they can only sign 25 kids that count towards the 2013 signing class, just like everyone else.