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Old 05-03-2018, 01:01 PM   #50
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How ND's scholarship numbers compare to a few selected teams by May 1. '18 class sizes in parenthesis. Fifth years still on the official roster are included as well as any announced walkons with scholarships.

ND - 87 (27)
Mich - 87 (not counting 3 walkons who are back who received scholarships last year) (19)
Ohio State - 87 (26) - includes one announced walkon to scholarship
Georgia - 85 (26) - one Senior with multiple injuries who has played only on special teams last year may take a medical
USC - 85 - Includes three walkons to scholarship (18)
Alabama - 85 (includes two Blueshirts and one Grayshirt from the '17 class now on scholarship) (19)
Stanford - 82 (15)
Clemson -82 (17)
Florida State - 82 (21)

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Old 02-10-2019, 10:38 AM   #51
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After NSD, a few selected teams' total scholarship numbers with Classes of '19 in parentheses,

Michigan - 91 (26) (counting four returning walkons who received scholarships in '18, 1 for '19)
Alabama - 89 (27)
ND - 88 (22) (not counting Bertrand)
Ohio State - 86 (29) (1 walkon awarded a scholie for 2019)

Georgia - 85 (24) (has also accepted three grad transfers after NSD counting towards total)
Clemson - 85 (27) (counting four returning walkons who received scholarships in 2019)
Stanford - 83 (23 and 1 returning from a mission) (Counting one returning walkon with a scholarship in 2018). NDMI?
USC - 82 (26) (counting one returning walkon who received scholarship in 2018)

Also assuming all fifth years eligible receive scholarships. Big Ten teams have to be at 87, reporting to the conference their totals, so Michigan may have unannounced attrition, graduating redshirt walkons or fifth years not offered scholarships.

Total signees for last two years
* Ohio State's 2018 class had 26 signees. Total for two years - 50.
* Georgia's 2018 class had 26 signees. Total for two years - 50.
* Alabama's 2018 class had 22 signees. Total for two years - 49.
* Notre Dame's 2018 class had 27 signees. Total for two years - 49.
* Michigan's 2018 class had 20 signees. Total for two years - 46.
* USC's 2018 class had 18 signees. Total for two years - 44.
* Clemson's 2018 class had 17 signees. Total for two years - 44.
* Stanford's 2018 class had 15 signees and 1 returning from mission. Total for two years - 38 + two returning from missions - 40.

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Old 07-20-2019, 04:45 PM   #52
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Time to update some team's scholarship situations (2019 enrollees in parentheses):

Stanford - 80 (25) - Classes of '17 and '18 totaled 35, which makes 60 in the last three classes. Shaw always has room for walkons to get scholies. Total includes 2 w/os to have their scholarship renewed for '19

USC - 84 (25 and 3 transfers in) - Quite an offseason with a seeming drop to 80 with all those entering the Transfer Portal. but the three transfers in (McCoy, Steele, Richmond) and three Transfer Portal deciding to return fills out the roster minus one. (One w/o to schol. counted as renewed in total) Steele had to wait for a scholarship to become available.

Ohio State - 86 (17) - Counting two w/os to scholies renewed. One site has their Long Snapper not on scholarship. Eleven players graduated, five players entered the draft early, four players transferred out, one transferred in.

Michigan - 82 (26) - Not including six w/os who got scholarships last year. We'll see how that turns out. Eleven players graduated. Three players were graduate transfers out. One player transferred after two seasons. Two were early entrants.

Clemson - 84 (29) - Three previous classes totaled 51 (ave 17). The last four classes totaled 80. Twenty-one players graduated. Four players were early entrants to the draft. Two players transferred out and one retired. Dabo also likes to give w/os scholies. (Total includes three of those with scholarships renewed.)

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It's worth comparing Alabama to teams like Ohio State and Clemson, who also had large numbers of players enter the draft.

Alabama - 85 (27). Four of the twenty-seven counted towards the Class of '18 (21). Fifteen enrolled early. Eleven of the twenty-one players from '18 redshirted.

Graduation and Attrition
- Fifteen players graduated in December with only one of them returning. (Total - fourteen of these moved on.) Of those fifteen, four graduating players with eligibility left transferred. (Only three, who are redshirt seniors, of the twenty-four enrollees from the Class of '15 are left on the roster.)
- Six others who graduated in May transferred
- Seven players not on the above lists entered the NFL draft early.

Totals from those three categories - twenty-seven. Class of 2019 - tweny-seven. All qualified and were enrollees.

Saban has not had anyone take a medical redshirt for quite a number of years. He has grayshirted only two signees over the last five classes (2015 and 2017). In general, as noted, unless they transfer early, they graduate. Of those with a year of eligibility left, only a few get a fifth year. The fifteen early enrollees is only exceeded by 2017 in which seventeen enrolled early going back to 2007.

Clemson had more signees in the Class of 2019 but counts three walkons having their scholarships renewed.. Ohio State did not have as many graduates, more fifth years, less early entrants to the draft, so their '19 class was seventeen.

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