no... nothing inherently wrong with it. Theoretically they will both determine whether or not to go juco independently. I've tried it a couple times, never had both show, but that's most likely a function of small sample size.
12/16/2010 4:17 AM dacj501
**Please forward this on to Seble if possible. thank you.**
I have read somewhere that the odds of an ineligible player reporting to campus after recruiting ends increases with the $$ spent to recruit the player. Is this true? If so, is the effect substantial? I tried putting this into effect on a team where I ended up with more than one ineligible recruit signing. I really wanted one particular player, was only so-so on the other. I recruited them both cheaply at first to get them considering as backups. When I lost out on 2 of my primary targets in battles I was forced to go with the back-ups, as I said, both ineligibles. Since I really hoped that player #1 would report, I spent an additional 4 home visits on him (I had him considering from a scholarship offer and a promised start). When recruiting ended, player #2 (the one I didn't really care about) reported to campus, player #1 (who I really wanted) we juco. I just wonder if I shouldn't have been better served spending that money elsewhere??
12/16/2010 3:14 PM Customer Support
Yes, the more money spent the higher the chance that player will report, but there are no guarantees either way.
5/6/2011 4:28 PM dacj501
I realize this is an old ticket, but I wanted to confirm something:
In this original ticket message, I mentioned that I had tried to sign 2 ineligible players in the same season. I am seeing from people on the forum that no more than 1 ineligible player per season will report to campus under any circumstances. Is this true, and if so, couldn't someone have mentioned that in the reply to my original message, since it is likely that is what lead to my desired ineligible not reporting since another player already had? Here I am thinking I just need to spend more, and maybe I do, but the scenario I described couldn't work at all if indeed only 1 ineligible per season is allowed.
5/6/2011 9:59 PM Customer Support
No, that's not true. Each player makes his decision independently.
5/6/2011 11:44 PM dacj501
so it is possible to have more than one ineligible player report in the same season?
5/7/2011 11:48 AM Customer Support
5/7/2011 2:10 PM dacj501
thank you for clearing that up :)
5/6/2013 4:32 AM (edited)