Brandon Worle to Georgia Tech

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  1. bhelmLSU

    bhelmLSU Founding Member Staff Member

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    Sorry to see him go but I understand he has to do what he thinks is best for him.

    Ironic that his high school teammate, JC Copeland, passed him on the depth chart early due to his injury and now looking for playing time elsewhere.

    I really thought he was a sure thing for LSU but I still think he has a good shot at having a great career.
     
  2. locoguano

    locoguano Founding Member

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    As a FB he is probably thinking he can be the B-Back in GT's option game.
     
  3. NavyTiger

    NavyTiger dunn dunn it all

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    True, true. I am sure he is thinking more playing time in their style of offense. Wish him the best.
     
  4. LaSalleAve

    LaSalleAve when in doubt, mumble

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    damn, his high school film was amazing in my opinion, sorry to see him go. He picked a great place to transfer to, may see the ball alot even.
     
  5. hiveredtech

    hiveredtech Freshman

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    Thank you for the heads up on this.

    While Worle is interested in GT...he has not inquired to GT yet....and it is quite unlikely his transfer request would be accepted.

    CPJ has pretty much put in a policy of requiring transfers to walk-on first for a variety of reasons.

    Also...the academic requirements for transfers can be even more stringent than those out of high school. We have been unsuccessful at admitting any transfers in a couple of years.

    Great kid though...wish the best for him! Thanks again for the heads up!
     
  6. chewie

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    I wish him the best, sad to hear about him leaving.

    Take notes ESPN, it's called attrition and it happens all the time.
     

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