Redshirt, in United States college athletics, is a delay or suspension of an
athlete's participation ... The term redshirt freshman indicates an academic
sophomore (second-year student) who is i...
Jul 12, 2011 ... Grey shirting is a recruiting term that is not as commonly used as the term
redshirting. A grey shirt is an incoming college freshman who ...
Dec 22, 2011 ... That NCAA five-year clock doesn't start ticking until the player enrolls as a full
time student, so gray-shirting is really a delayed version of ...
Aug 20, 2014 ... We've all heard the term red shirt in the college football lingo. It's basically when
a college program decides that a freshman will have little ...
Mar 11, 2011 ... The school was very low on scholarships that year so they offered him a gray
shirt. He ended up accepting it and actually wound up with the ...
Feb 1, 2016 ... ... incoming freshman delays enrolling in classes until the second term of his .... If
the higher star recruit is a bust, he can be jettisoned for a gray shirt. ... Gray-
shirting is over-signing, and it makes complete sense that it is most ...
Sep 10, 2014 ... Gray shirt athlete– This term is used to designate a high school athlete ... and
perhaps even play in games as a true freshman, and then get a ...
A gray shirt refers to a player who commits to play for an NCAA division 1 football
program, but agrees to pay his own way through school for a semester to ...
Grey Shirt: Non-participation. You enroll Part-Time (less than 12 units) your first
semester in college in order to postpone your NCAA Div. I, 5-year clock.
Via John Mackovic of The Desert Sun: "Grey shirt is a term used to designate an
incoming freshman who waits until the second semester to enroll rather than the