Re: The lack of fairness in job-jumping
College Baseball had this rule for years and it essentially turned every off season into a free agent market for college athletes.
Lists of coaches scoured other teams to cherry pick players at will with tantelizing offers of better opportunities and more playing time. It got quite shady and underhanded.
Micah Owings - best player on Georgia Tech by a long shot, left his last season for Tulane because Tulane had a better shot at Omaha.
Just last year they brought baseball around to the rest of the NCAA's rules. And baseball is stronger for it.