I thought this deserved its own thread for discussion. Transfer Portal, Rule Changes Lead To Uncertain Summer In College Baseball's Transfer Market "In basketball and football, which are headcount sports with every player on a full scholarship, the rule really just releases true walk-ons to freely transfer once to another school to play immediately. For baseball, however, its effect is much greater. Because baseball teams are capped at 11.7 scholarships to be divided between a maximum of 27 players (with a minimum of a 25 percent scholarship), but their roster is capped at 35 players, there are usually at least eight walk-ons on every roster who receive no money. Further, because so few players are on full athletic scholarships, there are many talented players taking advantage of academic aid or other forms of institutional aid, sometimes to the point where they don’t receive any athletic scholarship money at all. They also qualify to transfer freely under this new rule." Most of you know this stuff already but I felt it was well explained and brings up several good points. What say the Diamond Gator panelists?