I wouldn't be surprised if the IU experience rejuvenates him and leads him to believe that he could have a great deal of success in the early years of the ACC because those teams aren't used to playing against the zone.
But if the shit hits the fan in central NY, Boeheim retires, and the program goes on probation (soon), does anyone think we may have a shot to talk to Jerami Grant into transferring to ND?
We made his final 3, correct?
Approaching Jerami Grant about transferring without a release from Syracuse would be an NCAA violation. Even if Syracuse were to be penalized severely and players were free to transfer, he'd have to approach Notre Dame about a move.
If severe penalties result from the current investigation, I'd guess we are at least a year away from their assessment assuming Syracuse hadn't self-penalized by then. Then there are appeals, etc. that could delay everything until Grant is on his way out the door anyway.
Finally, the ACC has a special rule for intra-conference transfers. As it is for most NCAA transfers, Grant would have to sit out a year if he were to transfer within the conference; but the year he sits would count against his eligibility. Instead of getting five years to use four years of eligibility like normal transfers, he's get four years to use three years of eligibility as his college career.
I would say no chance at all.
But, well taken
who we can talk to.
13 is the max allowed. We have 9 coming back (assuming Knight takes his 5th year) and 4 incoming frosh. Even though Grant would have to sit out a year, his scholarship would count against the incoming class.
reacts. Similar to Jim Calhoun they've grown tired of his schtick and the questions get more and more pointed. Once the press turns on you I think it's an eventuality.