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  1. I posted on the Walk On thread awhile back about my son transferring to UNT this fall. He is a former scholarship QB for a D2 national champ, complete coaching change sophmore year and decided to go to a D3 and realized it was not a fit for him. He spoke with the staff about walking on (for any position), but was told with the extra year eligibility, there was not room for any additional players this season and to try in the spring. He quickly went about finding guys who are looking to walk on in the spring too and made a practice schedule and practicing 4 to 5 times a week. I know this is not really relevant to the post, just thought I would put it out there 🙂
  2. Good idea - I will pass the info to him about special teams. Thank you for the idea and kind wishes!
  3. Thanks! He definitely loves a challenge and welcomes competition. Especially now that he feels he has something to prove.
  4. Thank you for the information, I know it is a long shot. He wants to be a college coach and plans to attend grad school too, as a player or grad assistant at UNT if that is possible.
  5. .Future Mean Green mom here! My son is transferring to UNT this fall and plans to try for a walk on. He was a scholarship player (recruited from high school) for a national champ D2 program and decided to leave after his sophmore year after a complete coaching change. Junior year was a D3 program that just didn't fit. Long story short, he just wants to play or at least make the scout team. Y'all seem to have a good pulse on this program and was interested in your thoughts and/or any advice/information. He is a QB. Thanks in advance 🙂
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