A few questions arising from two of your posts, TC, which are appreciated.
1. In re: Nesbitt's commitment media package, the videos were produced by his friend in the Metro area while Tipton created the decision imaging, yes? And said decision to go with Tipton was a tacit reveal to Illinois that his ship was sailing elsewhere, correct? If so, and outside of what his father mentioned about producing video(s) this weekend, do we know the (edit: people) in charge of producing Bryce's commitment media package?
2. The one-time immediate eligibility policy for transfers does not seem to provide retroactive protection for a player choosing to transfer after this season due to the would-be effective date of August 1st. Any current, academically eligible player who intends to transfer after the '20-'21 season would not be covered; if a player in this category who gives their notification by May 1, the current rule would apply and the player would be required to sit unless a waiver is granted. This is a viable loophole that if not resolved in the final policy, will likely be exploited by NCAA and institutions fearing chaos, player churn and loss of $$$. Did anyone reach the same conclusion or have the ~40hrs that I have been awake caused a complete misread?
And in other news, Bruce Pearl netted a commitment from trending 2022 7' Sage Tolentino (Link). It is utterly baffling how this loathsome hypocrite may still coach at a P5 school, let alone recruit at the level at which he does.
Supposedly Tipton Edits and JL Design.