I know some D1 committed guys, if able, will finish up their High School Credits in December and head for their Universities they committed to in January, and I understand that. But these kids that are so hell bent on getting that D1 scholarship and haven't received any offers yet, or your not in serious talks with a school, you have to accept the hard realization that it's probably not going to happen and transferring for what will probably be a partial season somewhere else won't help. I know some of these players worked their asses off in the off season and didn't get their chance to show case their talents in the Summer Camps, I too believe that transferring won't get them noticed any sooner....My advise, if you want my two cents, is have them really consider JUCO. Playing for a few weeks (most likely) at a new school with a new coaching staff and players isn't going to help their cause. The season kicks off in 3 weeks, you have to learn the playbook and earn your playing time over a kid whose been loyal to them for 3 seasons. Stay with your team, play the Spring season if it happens.....see what kind of attention you draw from that, and if nothing, and you still think you belong in D1, hit the JUCO trail, it's really going to be your best option at this point.