Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Two More Football Players Announce Departure

Using twitter, two more Falcons have announced their intention to "re-open" their recruiting.

One of them has seen some playing time.  Terrance Stephens, a RB from Pittsburgh.  He was a true sophomore who played in 20 games over the past two years.  He played in 20 games over his years at BG, running the ball and catching some passes and returning some kicks.  As someone who didn't redshirt, he's a natural candidate to use his redshirt year for the transfer and then play two more years.

The other is Jared Wyatt, who was a R-FR.  He is from Texas and a WR who caught four passes in the Northwestern game.  He didn't catch another pass all year.

Both players were Jinks recruits, which is not a good sign.    Correction, Wyatt was a Jinks recruit and Stephens committed under Babers and stayed when Jinks came on board.

That makes it four players who have announced they were leaving on social media.  We will keep an eye on it.

Meanwhile, Coach has an opportunity to expand this recruiting class.  In the meantime, though, things aren't getting any better.


Schadenfreude said...

I don't see this as a negative. These young men all seem to be questioning whether or not they'll have a chance to get onto the field. I wish them the best. Perhaps another school will be a better fit. Let's use those additional scholarships to find new talent.

Unknown said...

The real test will be to see what happens after early signing next month