- Aug 26, 2011
I personally don’t like taking grad transfer unless they are better then everyone we got since I feel like we can develop our players better to take the role on and bringing a grad transfer just delays the problem a year. They still need game expeirence
Not a bad point, but on the other hand, giving a player an extra year to build himself up so that he's physically ready is helpfully not just physically, but mentally, too. I've seen teams in many sports where you have to rely on too many young guys, the performance isn't there, losses mount, losing becomes contagious and it's harder to install new habits and break the bad cycle. So, no, I don't want to play young guys before they're physically ready. That's how you win 4 games instead of 8 or 9 or 10.