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Sounded like Real Woods is wanting to transfer to an Ivy League school and that's why he entered the transfer portal when he did as there are certain Ivy League rules regarding transfers that entered into that decision.

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2 hours ago, Bronco said:

Sounded like Real Woods is wanting to transfer to an Ivy League school and that's why he entered the transfer portal when he did as there are certain Ivy League rules regarding transfers that entered into that decision.

Any guess where he is headed?  Princeton?  UPenn?  Cornell?

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3 hours ago, Bronco said:

Sounded like Real Woods is wanting to transfer to an Ivy League school and that's why he entered the transfer portal when he did as there are certain Ivy League rules regarding transfers that entered into that decision.

It is my understanding that Ivy schools do not accept transfers.

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19 minutes ago, lu_alum said:

It is my understanding that Ivy schools do not accept transfers.

Tell that to Fredy Stroker.  Or to my college (track) teammate who started at Ohio State, transferred to Rutgers, then finished with a Cornell degree.

In any case Real Woods would have to face Yianni at 141, or Saunders/Richard at 149.  

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19 hours ago, lu_alum said:

It is my understanding that Ivy schools do not accept transfers.

Then your understanding is lacking. 

From an online discussion on this from last January:

"QUESTION - Do Ivy Leagues accept transfer students?"

"ANSWER - YES, YOU CAN GET INTO AN IVY LEAGUE COLLEGE, like Harvard, Princeton, or Yale…by transferring. ... In other words, if you need that spelled out — it's easier to get in to the Ivy League, and the Ivy League's top schools (Princeton, Harvard, Yale) as a transfer student."

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24 minutes ago, Bronco said:

Then your understanding is lacking. 

From an online discussion on this from last January:

"QUESTION - Do Ivy Leagues accept transfer students?"

"ANSWER - YES, YOU CAN GET INTO AN IVY LEAGUE COLLEGE, like Harvard, Princeton, or Yale…by transferring. ... In other words, if you need that spelled out — it's easier to get in to the Ivy League, and the Ivy League's top schools (Princeton, Harvard, Yale) as a transfer student."

He is not that far off. Princeton began allowing transfers only a few years ago. 

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