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TigerTilIDie85
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NSD question


Can players still flip and go somewhere else even after national signing day? And is national signing day just for high school kids? JUCO can sign all the way til this summer right or wrong?






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whodidthat
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Not if they sign and fax their LOI





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memphstigers23
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Once they sign and faxed it in, no.

LOI is basically a 3 year contract with the fourth being a player option. Easiest way to explain it.






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TigerTilIDie85
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Alright cool. Preciate it guys


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memphstigers23
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Juco kids sign the same LOI. But they're signing period has been open for a couple of weeks now. And yes they can sign all the way to summer.

NSD is the first day HS kids can sign.

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Preciate it guys

No problem man



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memphstigers23
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Double trouble


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LOI is basically a 3 year contract with the fourth being a player option.

LOI is a 1 year only contract. Player can go elsewhere if he wants right away, but he can't play for a year, and I'm pretty sure he can't be on scholarship either.






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CSATiger
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think he can play if it is a 1-AA school or lower





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tke857
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if they fax letter in no...but all players have until April 1 to send in papers they don't have to do it on NSD





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memphstigers23
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LOI is a 1 year only contract. Player can go elsewhere if he wants right away, but he can't play for a year, and I'm pretty sure he can't be on scholarship either.



Wasn't what the OP was getting at.






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318Boss
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Wasn't what the OP was getting at.

Agreed.






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You wrote:
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Once they sign and faxed it in, no.

LOI is basically a 3 year contract with the fourth being a player option. Easiest way to explain it.

Now the only thing correct with this is the spelling, so I responded:
quote:

LOI is a 1 year only contract. Player can go elsewhere if he wants right away, but he can't play for a year, and I'm pretty sure he can't be on scholarship either.

As a real life example, Lavelle Hawkins signed with LSU in the 2004 class. I'm not sure he even made it to fall camp as he decided it wasn't right for him, enrolled in a JC and played, and then signed and played for Cal in 2005. So a player can sign and flip, but he can only do so at a significant cost to himself.

If this wasn't what the original poster was getting at, I'm too dense and you'll have to explain it to me.






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denvertiger
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LOI is a 1 year only contract. Player can go elsewhere if he wants right away, but he can't play for a year, and I'm pretty sure he can't be on scholarship either.


I would say the scholarship is a one year contract. The LOI is a 3 year in that once it's signed, it cost the athlete to leave the school he/she signed with






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memphstigers23
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As a real life example, Lavelle Hawkins signed with LSU in the 2004 class. I'm not sure he even made it to fall camp as he decided it wasn't right for him, enrolled in a JC and played, and then signed and played for Cal in 2005. So a player can sign and flip, but he can only do so at a significant cost to himself.

If this wasn't what the original poster was getting at, I'm too dense and you'll have to explain it to me.

If an LOI is a one year contract, when does Mett sign his for this year? You make it sound like you need to sign a new LOI every year






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I would say the scholarship is a one year contract. The LOI is a 3 year in that once it's signed, it cost the athlete to leave the school he/she signed with

I get what you are saying, but the wording of the LOI is for 1 year. You get the same result even if you don't sign a LOI, and it's not required, only the timing of the committment changes to when you attend class.






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If an LOI is a one year contract, when does Mett sign his for this year? You make it sound like you need to sign a new LOI every year

The scholarship is only a one year committment. Scholarships are rewarded each year.






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memphstigers23
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The scholarship is only a one year committment. Scholarships are rewarded each year.

You don't say?






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You don't say?

I do say.






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TxTiger82
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LOI is a 1 year only contract. Player can go elsewhere if he wants right away, but he can't play for a year, and I'm pretty sure he can't be on scholarship either.



Right but there are ways out of it, like going to a different division.






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