No, you are not eligible. Transferring from a smaller school cancels out your availibility to play.
3 years removed from High School. So technically 2 seasons assuming you are red shirted freshman year.
If someone is a high school football player why would he be eligible to play in a college football game?
You must be enrolled in the college/university to be eligible to play on their teams.
You can enter the NFL Draft with three years of college education. Many football players will redshirt as a freshman which is the NCAA legal way of giving a student five eligible years of football at college. You may see people enter the draft as a sophomore, however the redshirted so it is actually their 3rd year in college.
If you are academically eligible you can play from the day you step on campus.
No, the player would lose is amateur status and no longer be eligible.
You will be put on the Freshman team
It has to do with whether or not he was redshirted as a freshman. If he was redshirted, that means he did not play in any games during his first year at the college. Players are eligible to play in actual games for 4 years, those years are freshman, sophomore, junior, senior. If they redshirt, by the time they are team "seniors" they have actually been on the team for 5 years, thus "5th year." If a freshman doesn't redshirt, then he is referred to as a "true freshman." I assume this is the same for transfer players, but don't know.
Three years and he played on the Kansas University varsity basketball team for two years. When Wilt went to college, freshman were not eligible to play varsity basketball.
University of Arkansas (freshman and sophomore years) and Oklahoma State University (junior and senior years) as a quarterback.