Let the attrition begin???

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Looks as though QB Jordan Mc Afee is now @ Assumption according to his Twitter profile. That leaves us with 3 QBs.
 

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Looks as though QB Jordan Mc Afee is now @ Assumption according to his Twitter profile. That leaves us with 3 QBs.
I was shocked he came back last year. Didn’t they ‘beat’ Assumption on his recruitment?
 
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It’s unfortunate all of the over looked talent on the UCONN team. With the way their season was going it would not have hurt to try out other players. That didn’t happen so players were/are leaving with hopes of a better chance to showcase their talent. Good luck to him and hopefully he shows Assumption what he can do.
 
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It’s unfortunate all of the over looked talent on the UCONN team. With the way their season was going it would not have hurt to try out other players. That didn’t happen so players were/are leaving with hopes of a better chance to showcase their talent. Good luck to him and hopefully he shows Assumption what he can do.
Who are you related to?
 
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I was shocked he came back last year. Didn’t they ‘beat’ Assumption on his recruitment?
I think UConn beat BC for him. How? UConn offered him to play QB, but BC offered him as an athlete. Unfortunately, he was buried on the QB depth chart at UConn and he decided to transfer. His transfer is normal in college football for QBs buried on the depth chart. Good luck to him!
 
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It’s unfortunate all of the over looked talent on the UCONN team. With the way their season was going it would not have hurt to try out other players. That didn’t happen so players were/are leaving with hopes of a better chance to showcase their talent. Good luck to him and hopefully he shows Assumption what he can do.
I wish Jordan the best of luck. I saw him play and he looked like a low division 2 or even 3 player. There was no talent that didn’t play.
 
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I think UConn beat BC for him. How? UConn offered him to play QB, but BC offered him as an athlete. Unfortunately, he was buried on the QB depth chart at UConn and he decided to transfer. His transfer is normal in college football for QBs buried on the depth chart. Good luck to him!
He was a Diaco recruit.
 
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I wish Jordan the best of luck. I saw him play and he looked like a low division 2 or even 3 player. There was no talent that didn’t play.
The Mascot would have had a better chance of helping them win a game! #GoodLucktoAll new players/ transfers and new staff “once again”!
 

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You're forgetting the MAJOR difference and its a big one. He's a Quarterback.
Are you forgetting Bryant Sherriffs? Sure there are a few dudes on this roster like Donaldson (it was Edsall that gave him a scholly) and Skanes (think he was injured part of the season) that mysteriously disappeared in the 2018 season, but McAfee is not one of them.
 
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It’s unfortunate all of the over looked talent on the UCONN team. With the way their season was going it would not have hurt to try out other players. That didn’t happen so players were/are leaving with hopes of a better chance to showcase their talent. Good luck to him and hopefully he shows Assumption what he can do.
They way they failed to use Washington and Krajewski I’m surprised they stuck around. So much for Randy saying he wants kids to develop and stay with the program for five years. Good luck to JM at Assumption.
 
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Sometimes it happens. Players move on to new opportunities. This is not a big shock. Hope he thrives in his new school.
 
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Yeah, wonder why he chose the Greyhounds as a landing point. Let's face it, it would appear to be he is not good enough to play D1 Football.
 

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