I think we all need to cut the kid some slack. The public statement Baldwin issued, his demeanor, and how he handled the QB competition this Spring tells me he's not some entitled kid. I hope everything is well with him and his family and wish him the best wherever he transfers.
Look, the kid is what 19 years old? The average college freshman retention rate is around 66% to 78%. That means on average 1/4 to 1/3 of freshmen transfer to another school. Now, Matthew Baldwin is not your typical college freshman, but he's still of that age. I speak from experience. My two oldest both transferred after their freshman years. The oldest insisted she "isn't going to school in some little college town." After a sophomore stint at community college, she graduated from a "school in some little college town." My next insisted she wanted to go the college "where all my friends are going." She also transferred "sick and tired of all these idiots I went to high school with." She also did a sophomore stint at community college. The two youngest will spend two years at community college first, mature a little, and then finish up somewhere else after a few years of seasoning. It also helps that in TN community college is free (as long as the criteria in high school is satisfied).
I think there's a lot more to Matthew Baldwin's transfer than football.