Hank Bachmeier Transfer

On Monday, Jordan Kaye of the Idaho Press reported that Boise State quarterback Hank Bachmeier intends to submit a transfer portal request. The fourth year of Bachmeier’s Broncos career started off with a mixed start. After the team’s loss against UTEP, this news came out shortly after the school fired offensive coordinator Tim Plough.

Bachmeier has a touchdown-to-interception ratio of 6 touchdown passes thrown for 497 yards in the first four games of the season of 54.3 percent. Bachmeier threw for 6,605 yards, 41 touchdowns, and 19 picks in 29 games over the course of four seasons at Boise State (61.5 percent completion rate).

Bachmeier, a native of Murrieta (Calif.) Valley and a part of the 2019 recruiting class, received four stars. He was ranked as the seventh best pro-style quarterback and the 52nd best prospect in California.

Bachmeier chose Boise State over other schools, such as Minnesota and UCLA, and ultimately signed with the Broncos. Other schools that showed interest in him were Boston College, California, Colorado, Fresno State, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Ole Miss, Oregon State, Tennessee, UNLV, Utah, Vanderbilt, and Washington State. After a poor showing against UTEP and with Boise State’s offense struggling, Plough was benched.

The decision was “tough,” Boise State head coach Andy Avalos said in a statement, “but I think it is in the best interest of our team.” “The targets we set as a group are still in sight, and we intend to keep working hard until we’ve reached them. I have faith that Tim will continue to make a difference in the lives of the young men he coaches as a football coach.”

On October 15, 2018, the NCAA launched a portal via which athletes could research their transfer alternatives. Players can switch teams without the approval of their current coaches. They need only request that compliance add their name to the system. The average wait time for a player to show up once a request is made is between 24 and 48 hours. Once a player’s name is listed in the portal, any school can get in touch with them without penalty.

Putting one’s name in the transfer portal indicates a desire to investigate other opportunities, but it is no guarantee that the player will actually leave their current club. At any time, a participant may remove his/her name from consideration. Nevertheless, once a player enters the portal, schools are under no duty to continue funding their education.

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According to reports, 2,646 FBS athletes will apply to transfer during the 2020-21 transfer window. That’s a rise from the projected 1,692 for 2019-20 and the 1,717 for 2018-19.

One possible explanation for this growth is the NCAA’s recent decision to enable athletes to switch schools without serving a mandatory redshirt year. Those who make their initial foray into the transfer portal before the deadline set by the NCAA will be granted immediate eligibility at their new school.

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Career

Hank Bachmeier Transfer

Bachmeier went to high school in Murrieta, California, at Murrieta Valley High School. He threw for 13,150 yards and ran for 2,190 yards throughout his four years as a starting quarterback, for a grand total of 15,340 yards. In total, he accounted for 188 touchdowns (156 passing, 30 rushings) during his career.

Both 247Sports and Scout ranked Bachmeier as a four-star prospect straight out of high school. In May of 2018, he verbally committed to attend Boise State University, and in December, he signed up with the school and began classes in January of 2019. He cited Boise, Idaho, and Boise State University’s reputation for player development as well as the positive influences of his connections and offensive philosophy.

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