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Your 2022-2023 college football transfer tracker - all the big names, visits + commits in the portal

Updated: Jan 20, 2023




The 2022 college football regular season is done, but now, the crazy part begins: Yes, it's transfer portal season!


That's right, it's portal season, and as we all know, the portal is now a crucial part of team-building in college football. Everyone from Caleb Williams to Quinn Ewers to Travis Dye and more arrived at new schools via the portal last off-season, and are playing huge dividends this year.


Which is why, with portal season starting up again, we're ramping back up our transfer portal tracker


Bookmark this page, as we will constantly updating this page with every relevant piece of news related to the college football portal.


Also, make sure you're following our transfer portal social media handle - @CFBTransfers


Thursday, January 19th


Missouri adds former high-profile quarterback: Missouri made a splash in the portal on Thursday, adding former high four-star quarterback Jake Garcia, a transfer from Miami.


Garcia was once a high-four star, Top 50 prospect nationally, who chose the Hurricanes after previously being committed to USC. He also had offers from Texas, Florida State and others.


This season he threw for 803 yards and five touchdowns in a back-up role to Tyler Van Dyke, but will now head elsewhere.


Spencer Sanders makes a surprising portal decision: Just one day after former five-star quarterback Walker Howard committed to Ole Miss, the Rebels added yet another high-profile quarterback, as former Oklahoma State starter Spencer Sanders committed to the Rebels.


Sanders started parts of each of the last four seasons for Oklahoma State.


Sanders' best season came in 2021 when he completed 62 percent of his passes for 20 touchdowns and 12 interceptions, and he has proven to be a dual-threat guy as well, rushing for over 600 yards in two season as the Oklahoma State signal-caller.


He will now be in a high-profile quarterback battle with both Howard and incumbent starter Jaxon Dart.


Alabama adds a former Georgia Bulldog: Alabama added to its linebacking corps on Thursday, when former Georgia Bulldog Trezmen Marshall announced his transfer to Tuscaloosa.


Marshall served as a rotational linebacker for Georgia, subbing in for Jamon Dumas-Johnson and Smael Mondon. Marshall was also a key special teamer for Georgia. He is from Homerville, Ga., and played for Clinch County High School.


Marshall was a rotational linebacker for the Bulldogs this season, with 19 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss and an interception in the 2022 season for Georgia in 14 games played.


Wednesday, January 18th


Georgia receiver is now in the portal: AD Mitchell, a highly-coveted wide receiver who came on late during Georgia's title run this season has announced he'll transfer.


The 6'4 Mitchell was expected to be the Dawgs' top wide receiver in 2022, before an ankle injury slowed him. He finished the season with nine receptions for 134 yards and 3 touchdowns in six games this season.


His best game came, ironically, in maybe Georgia's biggest, when he had three catches and a touchdown score against Ohio State in the College Football Playoff.


Former four-star LSU offensive lineman is in the transfer portal: Kardell Thomas, a former four-star offensive lineman in the class of 2019, plans to transfer from LSU. The news was first reported by Billy Embody of the Bengal Tiger.


Thomas is originally from Baton Rouge, where he was a Top 100 recruit in the 2019 recruiting cycle. He made two starts over four years with the Tigers. He appeared in four games this season.


Former five-star QB Walker Howard makes surprising decision: Walker Howard, a QB rated by some as a five-star in the 2022 class, who spent last season at LSU, made a surprising transfer decision: He committed to the Tigers' SEC West rivals Ole Miss.


The move is a bit surprising considering that the Rebels are returning entrenched starter Jaxson Dart under center.


Despite it, Howard will now enroll at Ole Miss, where he'll compete with Dart for the starting job.

Howard played in just two games this past season behind starter Jayden Daniels and backup Garrett Nussmeier.


Tuesday, January 17th


Marquee Colorado Buffalo will transfer: Coach Prime, Deion Sanders, lost a big name off his first Colorado roster, as former starting quarterback JT Shrout has elected to transfer.


Shrout actually transferred to Colorado from Tennessee, where he started a handful of games of games for the Vols. After arriving in Boulder he played significant snaps for one of the sport's worst teams, throwing for seven touchdowns and eight interceptions this season.


With Shedeur Sanders entrenched at quarterback for the Buffaloes after the arrival of "Coach Prime" Shrout will now look for a new home. He has two years of eligibility left.



Former USC wide receiver makes surprising decision: Former USC wide receiver Kyle Ford made a surprising transfer decision, as on Tuesday he committed to - UCLA.


That's right, Ford will head to the Trojans' biggest rival, after a season in which he caught 20 passes for two touchdowns. It included a

six catch, 114-yard game against Arizona.


Ford is a former four-star, who was once ranked one of the Top 100 players in the class of 2019.


A former elite quarterback recruit is now in the portal: A big-time quarterback name is now in the portal, as Jake Garcia, who played the last two years at Miami has elected to transfer.


Garcia was once a high-four star, Top 50 prospect nationally, who chose the Hurricanes after previously being committed to USC. He also had offers from Texas, Florida State and others.


This season he threw for 803 yards and five touchdowns in a back-up role to Tyler Van Dyke, but will now head elsewhere.


Former Alabama offensive lineman is headed to a fellow SEC East school: Damieon George, an offensive lineman who spent the last three seasons at Alabama has found a new college home - on Monday he committed to Florida.


George will have two years of eligibility remaining for the Gators. George appeared in two games for the Tide in 2022, playing against Utah State and Texas. In 2021, he played in 12 games and made 3 starts late in the year.


This is a big pick-up for a Florida program that simply needs more bodies, after a disappointing 6-7 season overall.


Sunday, January 15th


Former four-star quarterback commits to Big Ten school: Former four-star quarterback Tayven Jackson, who spent one season at Tennessee has found a new college home: He has transferred to Indiana.


The freshman is a formerly highly-touted QB, but one who saw minimal role with the Vols last year, throwing just seven passes.


Davis is the younger brother of Indiana basketball star Trayce Jackson-Davis.


Alabama wide receiver Tyler Harrell is in the portal: Tyler Harrell, a highly-regarded receiver who transferred in from Louisville to Alabama a season ago, has decided to enter the portal after just one season in Tuscaloosa.


Harrell has a sixth season of eligibility available for 2023 after transferring last year to Alabama from Louisville, where he played from 2018-21. Harrell's 2021 season was his best, where he averaged 29.1 yards and scored six touchdowns for the Cardinals, before electing to transfer.


However, his role at Alabama was minimal after an early-season foot injury slowed him.


Friday, January 13th


Tennessee loses a promising quarterback to the portal: Former four-star freshman Tayven Jackson has decided to transfer out of Tennessee after just one season. Jackson wasn't going to start next season because Joe Milton still has one season of eligibility left.


Early reports say this might seem to be because Jackson wants to be closer to home in Indiana. He's initially from Indiana and 247Sports has already put in a crystal ball pick for him to end up with the Hoosiers. That would be a big get for Tom Allen if it's true.


The defending champions just lost three players to the portal: Freshman cornerback Jaheim Singletary, freshman offensive lineman Jacob Hood, and junior linebacker Trezmen Marshall have decided to all leave the Bulldogs and look elsewhere.


Jaheim Singletary is transferring out after not finding much playing time in a position room that might be Georgia's biggest strength in the cornerbacks. He's a former five-star recruit out of Jacksonville, Florida, so he'll have no shortage of teams vying for his services.


Jacob Hood transferring out is also another fact of not finding much playing time along a crowded position group along the offensive line. He's a four-star freshman out of Nashville, Tennessee. He's going to have programs lining up for his services as well.


Junior linebacker Trezmen Marshall leaving Georgia is yet another case where there wasn't much playing time available due to the amount of talent the linebacking corps had for Georgia. This one is more of a surprise because he's a Georgia kid, but he just hasn't been able to beat anyone out in a stacked linebacking room.


Thursday, January 12th


Auburn picks up yet another elite player in the trenches: Auburn head coach Hugh Freeze continued his assault on the transfer portal on Thursday, adding former five-star defensive lineman Justin Rogers, who spent the last three seasons at Kentucky.


The 6-3, 332-pound Rogers is coming off a season in which he started 12 games for the Wildcats, with 35 tackles and nine solo stops. In 2021, he had 2.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks.


It's clear that Hugh Freeze has prioritized line play in the portal, adding several offensive and defensive linemen, including most recently, former East Carolina offensive tackle Avery Jones.


Rogers is Auburn's 12th addition from the portal.


Wednesday, January 11th


Elite quarterback prospect will transfer: LSU head coach Brian Kelly got some surprising news on Monday, when it was reported by TigerBait.com that elite former quarterback prospect Walker Howard will transfer.


Howard is a former high-four star recruit from Louisiana, who initially committed to Ed Orgeron and stuck with the Tigers even after Brian Kelly arrived. He was ranked the No. 4 quarterback in the 2022 class but threw for just four total passes this year.


With both Jayden Daniels and back-up Garrett Nussmeier expected back, Howard will now leave. ESPN has reported that TCU and Florida could be early front-runners for his services.


Oregon makes yet another major portal addition: Oregon's dominance of the transfer portal this off-season has continued, as former South Carolina edge rusher Jordan Burch will transfer to Eugene.


A once-time former five-star prospect and one of the highest-rated recruits to ever commit to South Carolina, Burch made 60 tackles, including 7.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks, for the Gamecocks as a junior in 2022.


He joins a loaded portal haul for Oregon this off-season that includes former Alabama wide receiver Traeshon Holden, former Alabama cornerback Khyree Jackson and former All-Mountain West safety Evan Williams.


Former elite Texas A&M defensive lineman has found a transfer home: Anthony Lucas, a former Top 100 recruit who was part of Texas A&M's famed 2022 recruiting class has announced his transfer destination: He will head to USC.


Lucas is a former Top 60 recruit nationally from Arizona, who chose the Aggies last winter over offers from Alabama, Miami and others.


He appeared in seven games for the Aggies with 10 tackles and one TFL. He will be highly-coveted in the portal.


Coach Prime and Colorado add SEC running back: "Coach Prime" Deion Sanders continues to upgrade the talent in his locker room, as on Wednesday, he added another marquee transfer - former Kentucky running back Kavosiey Smoke.


Smoke had an up-and-down five years with the Wildcats, with his best season actually coming back in 2019 when he rushed for nearly 700 yards and six touchdowns. He added four more a season ago, but was limited to just 58 carries and a single TD score in 2022.


He becomes the latest piece in Sanders' Colorado overhaul, as the Buffaloes have now taken a staggering 22 commitments in the portal.


Baylor adds coveted quarterback: Baylor made a major portal snag on late Tuesday, as former Mississippi State quarterback Sawyer Robertson committed to the school.


Robertson chose the Bears over significant interest from national runner-up TCU.


A four-star prospect in the 2021 class, Robertson was rated as the No. 134 overall prospect in the nation, after putting up 12,095 yards with 146 passing touchdowns in his high school career. However, stuck behind Will Rogers at the college level he never saw meaningful snaps.


Instead, he'll now arrive in Waco, where he's expected to compete with last year's starter Blake Shapen for the job.


Arkansas adds an interesting piece out of the portal: Arkansas has added an interesting piece out of the portal, as highly-touted Division II transfer Isaac TeSlaa has committed to the Hogs.


While it's not often you see DII guys jump to the SEC, TeeSla received quite a bit of buzz after entering the portal, receiving offers from

Oklahoma State, Iowa, Miami (FL), Texas A&M, Ole Miss and more.


The 6-foot-4, 210-pound receiver recorded 68 receptions for 1,325 yards and 13 touchdowns in 11 games in 2022.


Tuesday, January 10th


Oklahoma has picked up a second marquee commitment on Tuesday: Just hours after picking up the commitment of defensive lineman Davon Sears, Brent Venables and his staff did it again, adding a commitment from former Michigan wide receiver Andrel Anthony.


Anthony had just seven receptions during the 2022 season, but had 12 catches in 2021, including a six-catch, 155 yard performance against Michigan State.


Former five-star quarterback is now in the transfer portal: Former five-star quarterback Sam Huard, has decided to transfer from Washington.


Huard completed 24 of 44 passes for 265 yards with one touchdown and four interceptions in five career games. He made his lone start in the 2021 Apple Cup, going 17 for 31 for 190 yards with one touchdown and four picks in a 40-13 loss inside Husky Stadium.


However, with Michael Penix returning for another season, Huard is now in the portal.


Oklahoma picks up yet another major d-line prospect: Brent Venables continues to stockpile d-line talent, as former Texas State star lineman Davon Sears picked the Sooners on Tuesday, choosing them over fellow finalists Penn State and Tennessee.


The 6'2, 290 lb. lineman finished with 3.5 tackles for loss and one sack this season and now joins a defensive front group which includes former Wake Forest star defensive lineman Rondell Bothroyd and former Indiana edge rusher Dasan McCollough.


Auburn adds to its impressive offensive line haul: Auburn has added yet another player to its impressive offensive line haul, as former East Carolina center Avery Jones has flipped a commitment from Illinois to the Tigers.


Jones a former four-star recruit and one-time North Carolina commit, who becomes the eighth different offensive line addition for the Tigers this off-season.



Monday, January 9th


Dont'e Thornton finds a new home: Thornton was a four-star recruit out of Baltimore, but barely saw the field at Oregon and decided to transfer out to Tennessee.


A big factor is that Thornton signed on to Oregon when Mario Cristobal was still in Eugene, and now probably doesn't fit in well with what Dan Lanning wants to do there.


He should fit in nicely at Tennessee thanks to an offense that helps make their wide receivers shine like with Jalin Hyatt, Cedric Tillman, and Bru McCoy. Josh Heupel got a big target that has a ton of potential in Knoxville.


Sunday, January 8th


One of Luke Fickell's best Cincinnati players has followed him to Wisconsin: New Wisconsin coach Luke Fickell has added a familiar face, as former All-AAC offensive lineman Jake Renfro has announced that he'll follow Fickell to Wisconsin.


Renfro made 19 starts the last two seasons, including significant snaps as a true freshman on the Bearcats' 2021 playoff team. This year he earned All-AAC first team honors for one of the best offensive lines in college football.


Oklahoma adds another piece to loaded portal class: Oklahoma continues to clean up in the portal, as on Sunday, they were able to add a key defensive line piece - former Wake Forest Demon Deacon Rondell Bothroyd.


Bothroyd spent the previous five seasons with the Demon Deacons having played in 48 career games and finished this year with 30 tackles, eight TFL's and six sacks.


He joins a loaded Oklahoma portal class that includes elite edge rusher Dasan McCollough, formerly of Indiana.


Kentucky adds former five-star d-lineman: Kentucky continued to add to its impressive portal haul, adding former five-star, North Carolina signee Keeshawn Silver.


Silver is a former five-star who had his senior season of high school football cancelled because of Covid, before playing two limited seasons at North Carolina.


Despite it, he brings high upside to the Wildcats defensive line that recently lost its own former five-star, Justin Rogers, who hit the portal last week.


Saturday, January 7


Former Virginia star quarterback announces his transfer choice: Brennan Armstrong, one of college football's best quarterbacks at Virginia two seasons ago before struggling this year, has announced his transfer destination.


Armstrong will head to NC State.


In the 2021 season (Bronco Mendenhall's final at Virginia), the Cavaliers finished second nationally in pass offense, with Armstrong throwing for over 4,400 yards and 31 touchdowns. Unfortunately, those stats didn't translate under new head coach Tony Elliott this year, and now Armstrong will look to reboot his career.


The move to NC State will reunite Armstrong with his former Virginia offensive coordinator Robert Anae, who was recently hired as the new OC at NC State.


USC picked up another major portal addition: Lincoln Riley continues to clean up in the portal, as on Saturday they received a commitment from former South Carolina running back MarShawn Lloyd.


Lloyd was South Carolina's leading rusher this past season, finishing with 573 yards and nine touchdowns on 111 carries for the Gamecocks, but was limited late with injuries.


Lloyd should be in line for plenty of production early, with the Trojans losing star running back Travis Dye to graduation.



Thursday, January 5


Former Michigan wide receiver Andrel Anthony has picked up some MAJOR offers since hitting the portal: It's been a busy day for former Michigan wide receiver Andrel Anthony, who continues to pick up some major offers in the portal.


Since hitting the portal on Thursday morning, Anthony has received offers from the following schools: Penn State, Texas A&M, Notre Dame, Miami, Michigan State, Oklahoma, UCLA, South Carolina and Auburn.


Anthony had just seven receptions during the 2022 season, but had 12 catches in 2021, including a six-catch, 155 yard performance against Michigan State.


Auburn adds another big-time offensive line transfer prospect: Hugh Freeze continues to do work in the transfer portal, as Auburn added former Western Kentucky offensive tackle Gunner Britton on Thursday night.


Britton visited the Plains earlier this week and committed late in the evening, after appearing in 27 of the Hilltoppers’ 28 games the last two seasons, and earning a spot on the All-Conference USA Second Team.


Britton is the second transfer tackle to join the Tigers, as Auburn also received a commitment from former Tulsa starting tackle Dillon Wade.


Sam Hartman officially chooses Notre Dame: In news that isn't all that surprising, but still big for the sport of college football, former Wake Forest quarterback Sam Hartman has committed to Notre Dame.


Hartman has been linked to Notre Dame since hitting the portal, and immediately injects life into the Irish offense. He is actually second all-time in passing in ACC history with over 12,000 yards through the air, including a 2021 season where he threw for over 4,200 yards and 39 touchdowns, leading Wake Forest to the ACC title game. Despite an injury this season that limited him early, he still threw for 38 touchdowns and over 3,800 yards through the air.


Put simply, this is one of the biggest portal additions anywhere, in the off-season.



TCU lands a big transfer running back: Trey Sanders transferred from Alabama to TCU after seeing the field in a very limited capacity the last three seasons. He'll have two years of eligibility left. He was also one of the highest ranked running backs in the transfer portal.


He was a former five-star recruit out of Florida that should see a ton of touches in Fort Worth at TCU. He was the #1 running back recruit in the 2019 class. The system that TCU utilizes is great for running backs and you can see that with the season that Kendre Miller was having this year.


Local Michigan receiver decides to transfer out: Andrel Anthony Jr. has decided to transfer out of Michigan after not seeing much of the field last year, despite being from Michigan. He only saw time in one game and didn't do much in that game.


He came into Michigan just last year so he has a lot eligibility left. He has garnered a lot of interest already with offers from Oklahoma, Miami (FL), Pitt, South Carolina, Cal, Penn State, and Texas A&M.


Huge South Carolina recruit transferring out: Defensive end Jordan Burch has decided to transfer out after coming into South Carolina as five-star and as the second-highest ranked recruit in school history.


His 2022 season was his best when he tallied 56 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss, and 3.5 sacks. He also originally signed on to play for Will Muschamp before he got fired.


He was recruited heavily by Dan Lanning to go to Georgia too and there's a lot of speculation that he'll join Lanning now in Oregon.


Star Cal receiver in the portal: J. Michel Sturdivant, a star receiver at Cal who led the team with 65 catches this season, has decided to enter the transfer portal.


In addition to those 65 catches, Sturdivant also had a team-high seven touchdown grabs, doing so on an average of 11 yards per catch.


He was a redshirt freshman a season ago.


Wednesday, January 4


Star Utah running back is in the transfer portal: Micah Bernard, who played the last four years at Utah and was the team's second leading rusher this season has elected to transfer.


Bernard rushed for 500+ yards each of the last two seasons, finishing this year with four touchdowns. It included a 88-yard rushing performance against USC in the Pac-12 title game and he also added 91 yards in the team's season finale against Colorado.


Because of a redshirt year and a Covid waiver, Bernard actually has two years of eligibility remaining.


One of the top running backs in college football is headed to UCLA: UCLA made a major addition via the portal on Wednesday, as Carson Steele, one of the nation's top rushers a season ago, committed to the Bruins.


Steele, who played the last two years at Ball State had a breakout 2022 season, rushing for 1,556 yards and 14 touchdowns for Ball State despite not playing in a bowl game. He cleared the 100-yard plateau nine times in 12 games to finish No. 9 in the nation in yards rushing and tied for 15th in rushing touchdowns.


Steele will now arrive in Los Angeles, where he should help replace the production of star Zach Charbonnet, who is off to the NFL.


A top three has emerged for elite offensive tackle Walter Rouse: Walter Rouse, a four-year starter who elected to leave Stanford following David Shaw's resignation, is beginning to narrow his list of suitors.


Per Josh Edwards of CBS, Rouse will visit Oklahoma, Iowa and Nebraska, with Kentucky also showing interest.


Rouse started 39 games for the Cardinal over the last four seasons.



Maryland adds key play-maker via the portal: Maryland picked up a nice addition in the portal on Wednesday, as former West Virginia wide receiver Kaden Prather committed to the Terps.


Prather, who is originally from Maryland, was a four-star member of the class of 2021, spending two seasons with the Mountaineers. He finished this season with 52 catches for 511 yards and three touchdowns.


A key Oklahoma State wide receiver is now in the portal: Bryson Green, Oklahoma State's second leading receiver this year, has decided to transfer.


A sophomore, Green finished the year with 36 catches for 584 yards, both of which ranked second on the team.


It's been a crushing off-season for the Pokes, who already lost starting quarterback Spencer Sanders and leading rusher Dominic Richardson, among many, to the portal.


A pair of Ohio State Buckeyes hit the transfer portal: A pair of Ohio State Buckeyes has hit the portal, as both defensive end Javonte Jean-Baptiste and cornerback JK Johnson both announced they'd leave the school.


Jean-Baptiste served as a rotation player last year, with 19 tackles, 4 sacks and recovered a fumble, all career highs.


Johnson was the No. 3 cornerback and 50th overall recruit in the 2021, and saw significant time on this field this season, after dealing with injuries in 2021. In total he started five games, although he did not see the field against Georgia in the playoff on Saturday.


One of Lincoln Riley's first big recruiting wins is now in the transfer portal: One of Lincoln Riley's first big recruiting wins at USC is now in the transfer portal, as former four-star receiver CJ Williams will transfer.


Williams was a highly-touted recruit who had initially committed to Notre Dame out of high school in 2022, but decided to stay close to home after Riley's arrival.


He finished this season with 34 catches, and should be an immediately coveted wide receiver threat.


Ohio State adds instant impact transfer: Ohio State added an instant impact transfer, as former Syracuse safety Ja'Had Carter joined the Buckeyes.


A Freshman All-American in 2020, Carter recorded 138 total tackles with five interceptions, 12 pass deflections, two fumble recoveries (one returned for a 90-yard touchdown) and one forced fumble while making 28 starts in 31 total game appearances over the past three seasons.


He was an All-ACC honorable mention safety in 2022.


Tuesday, January 3


Yet another five-star from Texas A&M is in the transfer portal: It was more bad news on Tuesday at Texas A&M, where former five-star edge rusher Anthony Lucas hit the portal.


Lucas is a former Top 60 recruit nationally from Arizona, who chose the Aggies last winter over offers from Alabama, Miami and others.


Lucas appeared in seven games for the Aggies with 10 tackles and one TFL. He will be highly-coveted in the portal.


One of the highest-rated recruits in Kentucky history will transfer: Justin Rogers, one of the highest-rated recruits to ever commit to Kentucky football is expected to enter the transfer portal. The news was first reported by 247 Sports Steve Wiltfong.


Justin Rogers is a former high four-star, Top 50 prospect who committed in the class of 2020. He saw playing time his first year and became a full-time starter in year two, recording 35 tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss this past season.


Saturday, December 31st


All ACC corner makes his transfer announcement: Fentrell Cypress, an All-ACC corner, who spent the last four years at Virginia, has made his transfer announcement: He will attend Florida State.


Cyress earned All-ACC second-team honors this season. The grad transfer led the ACC with 15 pass break-ups, despite playing in only nine games because of injury.


He chose the Seminoles over a loaded list of suitors which included Michigan, Ohio State, Notre Dame and others.


Grayson McCall makes surprising transfer announcement: Grayson McCall, one of the most coveted quarterbacks in the transfer portal made a surprising announcement this weekend: Despite offers from some of the most prominent programs in college football, he elected to return to Coastal Carolina.


McCall finished this season completing 69 percent of his passes, with 24 touchdowns and two interceptions. This after throwing for 27 touchdowns a year ago and 26 in 2020, completing 73 percent of his throws.


After Jamey Chadwell left Coastal he briefly considered a transfer, but will now return under new coach Tim Beck.


Tuesday, December 27th


Former Texas State defensive lineman Davon Sears Jr. continues to pick up major offers: Former Texas State defensive lineman Davon Sears Jr. continues to pick up marquee offers, with the latest coming from Penn State on Tuesday.


The Nittany Lions are the latest to offer Sears Jr., a group that also includes Arkansas, Tennessee, USC, Oklahoma and Miami.


The 6'2, 290 lb. lineman finished with 3.5 tackles for loss and one sack this season.


Sam Hartman makes it official: The ACC's leading passer is officially in the transfer portal. Sam Hartman has been a huge difference maker for the Demon Deacons and is the best quarterback in their football history.


This year, he had 3,701 passing yards, 38 passing touchdowns, 12 interceptions, and he has a 63% completion percentage on the year. He's set multiple ACC and Wake Forest records in his career.


According to ESPN's Pete Thamel, Notre Dame is seen as the early favorite to land Hartman, but there will be no shortage of suitors for Hartman's talent, even just for one year.


Monday, December 26th


Hudson Card is headed to the Big Ten: We got some big transfer portal news, as former Texas starting quarterback Hudson Card is headed to Purdue.


A former Top 50 recruit, he was named the starter two years ago at Texas, only to lose the job to Casey Thompson. Then, this past year he was perceived by many to be the leader in the race for the starting job, only to lose it to Quinn Ewers. He still ended up starting multiple games after Ewers got hurt this season.


He threw for six touchdowns and one interception this season.


All SEC offensive lineman will transfer: Florida left guard Ethan White announced his plans to enter the transfer portal on Saturday.


White spent four years with the Gators, evolving from developmental prospect to an All-SEC performer this past season.


He started the last 20 games for the Gators over the last two seasons.


Agiye Hall is again in the transfer portal: Agiye Hall, a one-time prominent recruit who has played at both Alabama and Texas has entered the transfer portal.


Hall, began his career at Alabama, but struggled both and off the field with discipline, before deciding to leave and follow Steve Sarkisian to Texas. However, he was suspended to start this season, and was limited to just one catch overall.


Sunday, December 25th


Colorado picks up two marquee additions in the transfer portal: It was a busy Christmas weekend at Colorado, as in addition to picking up a pair of marquee high school recruits, Coach Prime and the Buffaloes added two big transfers as well.


The first was former USF wide receiver Jimmy Horn, was a first team All-AAC receiver after making 37 catches for 551 yards and five total touchdowns in 2022. He also averaged 29.9 yards per kick return including an 89-yard touchdown vs. BYU. He chose the Buffaloes over Texas A&M and Houston, and held offers from Georgia, Tennessee and others.


The second commit was former Arkansas State tight end Seydou Traore. Traore earned first-team All-Sun Belt Conference honors this season after leading Arkansas State in catches (50), receiving yards (655) and receiving touchdowns (four). He chose the Buffaloes over Utah.


Ole Miss picks up former five-star wide receiver: Former five-star wide receiver Chris Marshall has found a new college home, as the former Texas A&M Aggie committed to Ole Miss on Christmas Day.


Marshall was the No. 26 ranked prospect in the class of 2022 for a reason, but had a tumultuous season in Aggieland, where he was suspended for an early season game against Miami, and the indefinitely suspended late in the year.


Still, Marshall's talent speaks for itself as he made 11 catches for almost 10 yards per completion as an Aggie.


Saturday, December 24th


DJ Uiagalelei makes his transfer choice: Former Clemson quarterback DJ Uiagalelei has officially made his transfer choice, as he announced on Christmas Eve that he will attend Oregon State.


It's an interesting fit for Uiagalelei who certainly had quite a few highs and lows during his time at Clemson, but is coming off a season where he completed 64 percent of his passes, with 22 touchdowns and nine interceptions.


He will now be joining an Oregon State team that is coming off a 10-win season. Ironically, DJ's younger brother Mateo committed to the Beavers' cross state rival, Oregon earlier this week.


Friday, December 23rd


Either Alabama or Ohio State is going to get a late Christmas present: Either Alabama or Ohio State is going to get a late Christmas present, as former Maryland tight end CJ Dippre announced that he will pick between the two schools next Tuesday, December 27th.


Dippre was a major part of the Terrapins offense this season, making 30 catches for over 300 yards.


Yet following another Terps campaign that ended in a bowl appearance, he decided to hit the transfer portal.


He'll now choose between two college football powers.


Thursday, December 22nd


Georgia picks up its second star receiver in three days: Just days after getting a commitment from Mississippi State leading receiver Domenic Lovett, Kirby Smart and his staff struck again, landing former Missouri star receiver Domenic Lovett.


Lovett was an All-SEC second team performer, finishing the year with 56 catches, for 846 yards and three touchdowns. Those 56 catches led the Tigers and were third most in the SEC, with Lovett averaging almost 16 yards per grab. It included a 10-catch, 162 yard effort against South Carolina this season.


Former five-star Texas A&M signee Denver Harris makes his transfer decision: Denver Harris one of the top signees in Texas A&M' historic class, who then transferred this off-season, has found a new college home: He has committed to LSU.


Harris committed to the Aggies late in the process last winter, one of the final pieces of Texas A&M's historic 2022 recruiting class. And once he got to campus, he immediately found playing time, appearing in five games with three pass break-ups.


Unfortunately, those five games would mark the end of Harris' short career, as he was suspended for the Miami game in late September and was one of three players indefinitely suspended late in the season.


Now he will get a fresh start at one of A&M's top SEC West rivals.


Star North Carolina corner Tony Grimes headed to the SEC: Tony Grimes, a former five-star recruit who played the last three years at North Carolina, has announced his transfer decision: He's headed to Texas A&M.


One of the highest-rated recruits to ever commit to UNC, Grimes is a former five-star member of the class of 2021, who decided to reclassify and enroll in college during the 2020 Covid season. During his time at UNC he was a three-year starter, and in 2022, finished with 36 tackles, seven pass breakups, and one forced fumble.


He chose A&M after taking visits to USC and Virginia Tech


Travis Hunter will officially join Deion Sanders at Colorado: News that is a surprise to no one became official on Wednesday night, as Travis Hunter announced that he will join his former head coach Deion Sanders at Colorado.


The former No. 1 overall player in the class of 2022 made the announcement via his YouTube channel late Wednesday.


During his one season at Jackson State, Hunter had two interceptions, 10 pass breakups, and a fumble recovery while playing as a defensive back. He also caught 18 passes for 188 yards and four touchdowns as a receiver.


Wednesday, December 21st


Top offensive tackle makes commitment: Ajani Cornelius, who has broken out as one of the top players in the portal made his commitment on Wednesday, National Signing Day.


After visiting Ohio State, Tennessee, Auburn and Nebraska and Oregon - Cornelius chose the Ducks.


Cornelius comes from the FCS ranks at Rhode Island, where he earned All-CAA first team honors with the Rams this year, and graded as one of the best offensive linemen in FCS football according to Pro Football Focus.


Based on his offers its clear that he was one of the top portal priorities - and now, he's headed to Eugene to continue his career.


Former Texas A&M defensive lineman headed to the Big Ten: Michigan State got a much needed addition on Wednesday, when Tunmise Adeleye, who played the last two years at Texas A&M, has committed to the Spartans.


He chose the Spartans over fellow finalists, Miami, Cal, and USC.


The 6-foot-4, 290-pound defensive tackle was the 38th-ranked player in 2021 recruiting cycle, per the 247Comppsite, and was TAMU’s second-best signee in that year's top-ten recruiting class. He started two games, prior to injury this season.


LSU added a trio of defensive linemen: LSU added depth to its defensive line, as three different players committed to the Tigers on Tuesday: Florida transfer Jalen Lee, Arizona transfer Paris Shand and Oregon transfer Bradyn Swinson.


Lee, a Louisiana native, had one pressure and four tackles in 224 defensive snaps with the Gators this season, and was originally a four-star recruit. Shand had 12 tackles and a career-high 11 pressures for the Wildcats this season, playing three years at Arizona before electing to leave this winter.


Finally, Swinson comes to LSU after also spending three years with the Ducks. He recorded 10 pressures this season.


Michigan adds its SIXTH major portal addition: The Michigan Wolverines added their sixth marquee portal guy late Monday, as former Indiana tight end AJ Barner has committed to the Wolverines.


The Aurora, OH native finished the year with 28 catches and three touchdowns for the Hoosiers, and now head to their Big Ten rivals with two seasons of eligibility left.


As mentioned, he's the sixth marquee portal commit for the Wolverines, who added former Stanford starting offensive linemen Drake Nugent and Myles Hinton and Coastal Carolina edge rusher Josaiah Stewart over the weekend. They previously they added Arizona State offensive lineman La'Darius Henderson and former Nebraska linebacker Ernest Hausmann as well.


Former Florida QB Graham Mertz appears to have found a new college home: Graham Mertz, who had a tumultuous three years as Wisconsin's starting quarterback, has reportedly found a new transfer home: He will commit to Florida, per a report from the Athletic.


Mertz was once the highest-rated quarterback recruit to ever sign with the Badgers, winning the starting job during the 2020 Covid year. But after throwing for five touchdowns in his opening game he largely struggled the next two seasons. He did bounce back with his best season as a college quarterback, throwing for 2,100 yards, with 19 touchdowns and 10 interceptions this season.


He is now headed to the SEC for his final year of eligibility.


Tuesday, December 20th


Kentucky adds another marquee transfer: Mark Stoops and the Kentucky Wildcats just can't stop adding marquee transfers, as hours after adding former NC State QB Devin Leary, former Vanderbilt running back Ray Davis committed to the Wildcats.


Davis finished fourth in the SEC with 1,042 yards, averaging 4.49 yards per carry, scoring five touchdowns. He had three 100+ yard rushing games in his final four games in Nashville, and now arrives in Lexington with two seasons of eligibility left.


He becomes the latest marquee transfer at Kentucky, which includes Leary, cornerback JQ Hardaway (Cincinnati), offensive tackle Tanner Bowles (Alabama) and others.


Deion Sanders and Colorado strike in the portal again: Deion Sanders and Colorado have struck in the portal again, adding former Dartmouth defensive lineman Shane Cokes.


Cokes was a two-time second-team All-Ivy League selection for the Big Green who recorded 53 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss, and 4.5 sacks in the past two seasons.


He chose Colorado over offers from Iowa State, Washington State, Oklahoma State, Miami, NC State, West Virginia and others.


JT Daniels has yet another new home: JT Daniels, who has now played at three different schools throughout his college career, has found yet another home - committing to Rice.


Daniels began his career as a highly-touted five-star at USC, eventually getting injured and moving on to Georgia. He actually was the team's opening week starter in the Dawgs' run to last year's national title, before losing the job to Stetson Bennett and never regaining it.


He played last year at West Virginia, throwing for 13 touchdowns and nine interceptions.


TCU gets its second mega-commitment in a week: TCU is back at it in the portal, as they got a commitment on Tuesday from one of the top players available - former Alabama offensive tackle Tommy Brockmeyer.


Brockmeyer was a national Top 10 prospect in the 2021 class, and one of Alabama's highest-rated signees, in one of the best classes Nick Saban has ever signed. Yet injuries have limited Brockmeyer, who really didn't see the field all that much over the last two seasons.


Still, he is a major addition to a quickly improving TCU roster, and the second major commit in a week: Brockmeyer's former Alabama teammate JoJo Earle committed to the Horned Frogs as well.


Kentucky just got its next starting quarterback in the portal: The Kentucky Wildcats are rolling in the portal, as they got a commitment on Tuesday from one of the most coveted players available - former NC State quarterback Devin Leary.


Leary is a multi-year starter who entered this season with real NFL Draft buzz, after throwing for 35 touchdowns and just five interceptions in 2021. Unfortunately, a pec injury sidelined him for more than half of the 2022 season, and now, rather than going pro will try and continue his career elsewhere.


Now, Leary is headed to the SEC.


He was ranked Aaron Torres Online's No. 1 available transfer prior to his commitment.


Auburn picks up major transfer portal addition on defense: New Auburn coach Hugh Freeze has struck in the portal again, adding former Vanderbilt edge rusher Elijah McCallister.


The 2023 season with McCallister's sixth in college football, with his best year coming in 2019 when he had 26 tackles, 2.5 sacks and a forced fumble. After sitting out the 2020 season because of Covid, he's combined for 39 tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery the last two seasons.


He is the second portal addition in two days for the Tigers, who also added former FIU tight end Rivaldo Fairweather on Monday.


Travis Hunter might not be headed to Colorado after all: Former No. 1 overall recruit Travis Hunter entered the transfer portal on Monday, but while many consider Colorado the obvious landing spot for the former Jackson State star, that might not be the case.


Hunter released a video on YouTube on Monday, explaining that he was in the transfer portal - and saying that while he would consider Colorado, he is also considering other schools.


Later, On3 reported that Hunter is in fact considering four schools - Colorado, Georgia, USC and Miami.


During his one season at Jackson State, Hunter had two interceptions, 10 pass breakups, and a fumble recovery while playing as a defensive back. He also caught 18 passes for 188 yards and four touchdowns as a receiver.


Monday, December 19th


USC picks up a major defensive prospect in the portal: USC continues to clean up in the portal, as on Monday, they added former Oklahoma State linebacker Mason Cobb.


Cobb was a breakout star of the 2022 season, leading the Cowboys with 96 tackles, to go along with 13 TFL's and two sacks.


He becomes yet another star transfer for the Trojans, which got the commitment of star Arizona wide receiver Dorian Singer earlier on Monday.



Miami makes big-time portal addition: Just one day after landing the commitment of former Alabama offensive guard Javion Cohen, the Hurricanes got a second marquee commit in the portal - landing cornerback Davonte Brown.


Brown has played the last three seasons at UCF, finishing with three interceptions and 11 pass deflections.


It's worth noting that Brown's younger brother Damari Brown is a four-star cornerback in the class of 2023 that Miami is heavily pursuing.


Notre Dame starting QB Drew Pyne finds new home: Drew Pyne, who was Notre Dame's starting quarterback for most of the 2022 season has found a new home - he's transferring to Arizona State.


Pyne jumped into the fray this year for the Irish and played well, throwing for over 2,000 yards and 22 touchdowns, to go along with six interceptions.


Incredibly, he is the 15th transfer to commit to Arizona State since Kenny Dillingham took over as the Sun Devils' head coach.


USC picks up star receiver in the transfer portal: USC continues to strike in the transfer portal, as they've added star former Arizona wide receiver Dorian Singer on Monday.


Singer led the Pac-12 in receiving yards this season with 1,105, to go along with 66 catches and six touchown receptions. But apparently with Jacob Cowing and freshman All-American Teitora McMillan, Singer has decided to look at other options.


He becomes the third former Arizona Wildcat to head to USC, joining cornerback Christian Roland-Wallace and defensive lineman Kyon Barrs.


Coach Prime gets a big portal commit (literally): Coach Prime picks up a marquee portal commitment: Expect new Colorado coach Deion Sanders to be active in the portal this off-season, bringing several Jackson State players with him.


However, he made his first big portal splash this weekend, grabbing a coveted offensive lineman.


The player is 6'8 offensive tackle Savion Washington, who played for the last few years at Kent State.


Since entering the portal, Kentucky, NC State, BYU and Oklahoma State were among the schools who reached out, before Coach Prime won out.


It's worth noting that Washington's former head coach at Kent State, Sean Lewis, was recently named Colorado's new offensive coordinator.


Travis Hunter is officially in the portal: Just two days after Jackson State's season ended, former JSU defensive back and wide receiver Travis Hunter is officially in the portal.


The former No. 1 recruit overall in the class of 2022 finishes his only season at Jackson State with two interceptions, 10 pass breakups, and a fumble recovery while playing as a defensive back. He also caught 18 passes for 188 yards and four touchdowns as a receiver.


It has been widely expected that Hunter will follow Deion Sanders to Colorado.


Sunday, December 18th


Arizona makes a splash: Arizona got one of the biggest transfers available in former five-star linebacker, Justin Flowe, who transferred from Oregon.


The 6'2" 220 lb. linebacker from California is an immediate upgrade for Arizona in the linebacking corps and is an instant difference maker. His relationship with Arizona's defensive coordinator, Johnny Nansen, proved to be a huge difference in this recruitment.


If Flowe can stay healthy, he has potential to be one of the best linebackers in all of college football. Arizona made it priority #1 to upgrade their defense and they've done that in one of the biggest ways so far with this commitment.


Michigan does it again: Michigan added a THIRD portal commit of the weekend, with the addition of former Stanford starting center Drake Nugent.


Nugent joins his former teammate Myles Hinton of Stanford as well as former Coastal Carolina edge rusher Josaiah Stewart committing this weekend. Previously they added Arizona State offensive lineman La'Darius Henderson and former Nebraska linebacker Ernest Hausmann.


The Wolverines have by far the best portal class so far this off-season.


For the second time Sunday, Michigan has picked up a marquee portal transfer: For the second time on Sunday, and the fourth time since the portal opened, Michigan has nabbed a major commit - as outside linebacker Josaiah Stewart has committed to the Wolverines.


Stewart, who was the Sun Belt Preseason Defensive Player of the Year at Coastal Carolina, finishing this season with 10 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks, this after tallying 15.5 TFL's and 12.5 sacks as a freshman. He chose the Wolverines over offers from multiple big-time schools, including USC and LSU, which made his final three.


He becomes the second major portal commit this weekend for Michigan, joining former Stanford offensive lineman Myles Hinton. The Wolverines added Arizona State offensive lineman LaDarius Henderson and former Nebraska linebacker Ernest Hausmann earlier in the cycle.


Highly-coveted offensive tackle prospect down to two schools: Dillon Wade, one of the top offensive tackle prospects in the portal has announced he's down to two schools - he'll choose between Auburn and USC, per a report from 247 Sports.


The 6'4 Wade recently completed his third season at Tulsa, but decided to leave when former head coach Phillip Montgomery was fired.


Former Alabama receiver makes his transfer decision: Traeshon Holden, who finished fourth on Alabama with 25 catches, to go along with six touchdowns has made his transfer decision.


The 6'4 Wade recently completed his third season at Tulsa, but decided to leave when former head coach Phillip Montgomery was fired.


Nebraska picks up big-time quarterback in the portal: Nebraska may have found its signal-caller of the future on Sunday, as former Georgia Tech starting QB Jeff Sims committed to the Cornhuskers.


Sims started in parts of each of the last three seasons, with his best year coming in 2021, when he completed 60 percent of his passes, for 12 touchdowns and seven interceptions.


Michigan's loaded portal class continues to get better: Michigan has been the biggest early winner so far, added a fourth impact transfer on late Saturday.


That player is former Stanford offensive lineman Myles Hinton, a former Top 75 recruit who will now join his brother Chris Hinton, in Ann Arbor.


He becomes the third high-level transfer commit for the Wolverines, who also added Arizona State offensive lineman LaDarius Henderson and former Nebraska linebacker Ernest Hausmann.


Auburn makes its move on Sunday: New head coach Auburn Hugh Freeze has made a major portal move, as the Tigers added former FIU tight end Rivaldo Fairweather.

Fairweather caught 28 passes and three touchdowns this season, averaging 15 yards per reception.


Miami adds elite offensive lineman: Miami has added one of the best offensive linemen in the portal on Sunday, as former Alabama starting offensive guard Javion Cohen committed to the Hurricanes.


Cohen might be the most accomplished offensive lineman in the portal, starting 25 games the last three seasons at Alabama. It included 11 of Alabama’s 12 regular-season games this year and 14 of 15 games during Alabama's title game run a year ago.


The Hurricanes will undoubtedly upgrade on the offensive line, where in addition to Cohen, they have two five-star offensive linemen committed in the 2023 high school class.


Elite corner commits to Oregon: Oregon got a big jolt in the transfer portal on Sunday, as elite corner Khyree Jackson, formerly of Alabama, has committed to the Ducks.


Jackson played the last two seasons for Alabama, playing nine games overall, before getting suspended at the end of the year.


A big, physical corner, standing around 6'3, he has one year of eligibility remaining.



Saturday, December 17th


Shedeur and Shilo Sanders reportedly enter the transfer portal: To the surprise of no one, Shedeur and Shilo Sanders, the sons of Deion Sanders have entered the transfer portal, according to multiple reports.


Shedeur Sanders threw for 3,383 yards and 36 passing touchdowns and five rushing touchdowns in 2022, including 349 yards and four touchdowns in the loss on Saturday. Shilo was a defensive back who finished with 10 tackles and one interception.


It's obviously expected that both will end up with their father at Colorado.


Former Alabama wide receiver JoJo Earle has a new home: JoJo Earle, who played the last two years at Alabama has found a new home - the wide receiver who is originally from Texas has committed to TCU.


Earle played two seasons at Alabama, catching 12 passes for 155 yards and a pair of touchdowns this season, all while dealing with injuries. He made the Freshman All-SEC team as a punt return specialist in 2021.


This could be a big few days for the Horned Frogs, who are also expected to receive a commitment from former Texas A&M receiver Chris Marshall.


Wisconsin gets its first big transfer portal commit under Luke Fickell: It's a great time to be a Wisconsin Badger, as they very well may have gotten their QB of the future on Saturday.


That's when former highly-touted signal-caller Nick Evers committed to Wisconsin.


Evers was one of the Top 10 quarterbacks in the class of 2022, but elected to leave Oklahoma after just one season.


He appeared in just one game at Oklahoma as a freshman this season.


Big-time signal caller on Kentucky's campus this weekend: With Will Levis declaring for the NFL Draft, Kentucky is looking for his replacement - and may have him on campus right now, as former Wisconsin starter Graham Mertz is visiting the school.


Mertz was a much ballyhooed recruit who never really reached his potential, but did have his best season in 2022, throwing for 19 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.


Mertz is the second big-time quarterback to visit Kentucky this week, as his visit is on the heels of former NC State signal-caller Devin Leary also visiting campus.


Friday, December 16th, 2022


The Flowe brothers are on a visit to another Pac-12 school: Justin Flowe is one of the best players available in the transfer portal. His brother, Jonathan Flowe is also in the portal and seems to be a package deal with wherever he goes. They are both visiting Arizona this weekend.


He was a former five-star linebacker that was ranked as the sixth-best recruit in the 2020 recruiting class. The 6-2 220 lb. linebacker also had offers from Alabama, Georgia, and USC. His brother is a 6-1 200 lb. safety who was a four-star in high school.


247Sports recently put in a crystal ball for both to end up at Arizona. The relationship is apparently very strong with Arizona's defensive coordinator, Johnny Nansen. Playing time is also a big factor and they both should be able to come in and play right away if they end up in Tucson.


Yet another former Texas A&M Aggie is in the portal: Marquis Groves-Killebrew, a former four-star cornerback, became the latest player in the vaunted 2022 recruiting class to enter the transfer portal.


Originally from Georgia, Groves-Kilebrew appeared in two games, making two tackles for the Aggies.


He becomes the 27th player overall to enter the portal from Texas A&M since mid-October.


Former Alabama cornerback visiting a different SEC school: Former Alabama cornerback Khyree Jackson will be visiting another SEC school this weekend, as he is expected on the campus of Kentucky.


Jackson played the last two seasons for Alabama, playing nine games overall, before getting suspended at the end of the year. Since leaving Alabama he has heard from several big-time schools, and recently visited Oregon in addition to this planned trip to UK.


The defensive backfield is clearly a priority for the Wildcats, who received a transfer commit from former Cincinnati corner JQ Hardaway on Thursday.


Dynamic Arkansas safety Jalon Catalon will transfer: Jalen Catalon, a dynamic safety, who has seen his last two seasons cut short by injury is expected to enter the transfer portal, per a report from On3 Sports.


Catalon had a breakout season for the Hogs in 2020, finishing with 99 tackles in 10 games played, but unfortunately has been limited by injuries since. He played just six games in 2021 and one game this season, finishing with eight tackles in 2022.


If Catalon can stay healthy, he is one the best defensive players available in the portal - but that re


A former five-star offensive tackle hits the transfer portal: Kiyaunta Goodwin, a former five-star offensive tackle and the highest rated recruit to ever sign with Kentucky, will transfer after one year. The news was first reported by Rivals.com.


Goodwin was a five-star prospect in the 2022 recruiting class, ranked as high as the No. 13 player overall by 247 Sports when he signed with the Wildcats. He appeared in every game for the Wildcats but didn't make a single start.


Despite it, he should be heavily pursued by most major college football programs. He committed to UK on National Signing Day after a strong, last-minute overture from Michigan State


Former Alabama starting guard will visit a former Alabama assistant this weekend: Javion Cohen, who started at guard for Alabama this year is in the portal - and will visit a former Alabama assistant this weekend, as he announced that he will visit Mario Cristobal and the University of Miami.


Cohen might be the most accomplished offensive lineman in the portal, starting 25 games the last three seasons at Alabama. It included 11 of Alabama’s 12 regular-season games this year and 14 of 15 games during Alabama's title game run a year ago.


Veteran Stanford offensive lineman enters portal: Walter Rouse, a four-year starter along Stanford's offensive line, has entered the transfer portal.


During his four years with the Cardinal, Rouse appeared in 40 games total and was a four-year starter at left tackle, but elected to hit the portal following the departure of David Shaw..


Rouse should receive interest from every major program in America. He chose Stanford over the likes of Notre Dame, Northwestern, Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, and others.



Thursday, December 15th, 2022


Coveted cornerback prospect headed to Kentucky: It was a big day for Kentucky, as after picking up offensive lineman Marques Cox from Northern Illinois, Mark Stoops staff struck again, nabbing former Cincinnati cornerback JQ Hardaway.


Hardaway is a former high four-star recruit who played last season at Cincinnati, choosing the Bearcats over a number of SEC offers a year ago. But after Luke Fickell left Hardaway decided to hit the portal, ending up with the Wildcats.


The 6'3 Hardaway tallied seven tackles and two TFL's last season, and at 6'3 should immediately add a physical presence to the Wildcats' defensive backfield.


Michigan picks up a Nebraska linebacker: Ernest Hausmann transferred from Nebraska to Michigan on Thursday afternoon. It was seen as a big surprise within Nebraska that he transferred, but now he's in Ann Arbor as a potential future star on the defense.


Hausmann recorded 54 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 sack, and 1 fumble recovery as a true freshman for the Cornhuskers. He was a three-star recruit coming into college, but he was a four-star transfer.


He's a 6'2" 220-pound linebacker that went to high school in Nebraska too. The other Big Ten program Michigan was competing with was Iowa, but Michigan won out.


Kentucky lands a big offensive tackle: Offensive tackle, Marques Cox, has transferred from Northern Illinois to Kentucky. he joins Tanner Bowles as the second transfer to come in to the offensive line.


Cox is also a former three-star prospect out of Illinois. He has 33 career starts at left tackle, and brings in a lot of that experience to Kentucky, where it's much-needed.


He's a great pickup for the Wildcats and a good plug-in on the offensive line for a year as a grad transfer.


Star FCS player picks up Ohio State offer: Ajani Cornelius has been one of the hottest names in the portal and on Wednesday, picked up an offer from one of the best programs in college football - as the offensive tackle who played the last three seasons at Rhode Island was offered by the Ohio State Buckeyes.


The 6'6 Cornelius was a two-year starter for the Rams, earning All-Conference honors this year - and since entering the portal has picked up offers from several of the top programs in college football.


In addition to Ohio State, Cornelius has received offers from Auburn, Florida, Nebraska, South Carolina, Penn State and Oregon, and has already visited both Nebraska and Oregon in the last few weeks.


Wednesday, December 14th, 2022


Former Texas A&M five-star cornerback currently on visit to SEC rival: We have big portal news as Denver Harris, one of the top players in the portal is currently visiting LSU.


Harris played last season at Texas A&M, arriving as a five-star recruit and former Top 25 player nationally, but his stay in Aggieland was short. He was suspended for the Miami game in Week 3 and then was one of three players indefinitely suspended later in the season.


When he was on the field he was effective as a true freshman, appearing in five games with three pass break-ups.


Elite transfer corner picks up offer from Colorado: Gavin Holmes, a cornerback who played the last three years at Wake Forest, has picked up a very impressive offer - as earlier in the day on Wednesday he picked up an offer from Deion Sanders and Colorado.


Holmes has been a hot commodity in the portal this off-season, as Texas is one of many schools who has offered, with Holmes planning to visit Austin soon. He also has offers from Penn State, West Virginia, Washington, Ole Miss and others.


This season he appeared in 11 games for the Demon Deacons, finishing with 23 tackles and nine pass breakups. In 2021, he had19 tackles, three tackles for loss, four pass breakups, one interception, and one forced fumble.


Coastal Carolina star edge rusher appears to be down to two schools: Josaiah Stewart, a star edge rusher, who was the preseason Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year, appears to have cut his list to two college football powers.


Just one day after announcing a final three of LSU, Michigan and USC, Stewart sent out a tweet indicating that he has eliminated LSU from that list.


It appears he will choose between Michigan and USC.


As a sophomore, Stewart finished this season with 10 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks, this after tallying 15.5 TFL's and 12.5 sacks as a freshman. He decided to leave Coastal following the departure of head coach Jamey Chadwell for Liberty.


USC gains a nice transfer for the defensive line: Arizona transfer, Kyon Barrs has transferred to USC. He was All-Pac-12 second-team just last year, and was very good this year with 39 tackles and 4.5 tackles for loss.


Barrs has one year left of eligibility, but can easily make an impact considering how the USC defense looked this past season.


Barrs could be a starter or a rotation player for USC, they need all the help they can get and he can have an impact right away.


Yet another five-star former recruit is leaving Texas A&M: Smoke Bouie, a former five-star recruit in the loaded class of 2022, has decided to leave Texas A&M.


Bouie was one of four players suspended early in the season for a game against Miami, but returned to the team and found time on the field, finishing with four tackles total.


Bouie was ranked as a Top 100 recruit in the class of 2022, and is originally from Georgia.


Former Michigan tight end Erick All has made his transfer decision: Erick All, a key cog on Michigan's Big Ten title winning team two season's ago, has announced where he will transfer.


All has committed to Iowa.


All made 38 catches, including three touchdowns during that magical 2021 season for the Wolverines. Unfortunately, he missed most of this season with a back injury that required major surgery.

At Iowa, All will join his former quarterback Cade McNamara, who has elected to transfer to Michigan's Big Ten rival as well.


Tuesday, December 13th, 2022


Former Oregon running back Seven McGee makes surprising transfer decision: Seven McGee, a former four-star recruit who played the last two seasons at Oregon, made somewhat of a surprising transfer decision: He picked Jackson State and new head coach TC Taylor, in news first reported by On3's Hayes Fawcett.



Originally from New York state, McGee was ranked the No. 151 prospect in the class of 2021, but never found much of a role, rushing for a little over 100 yards and one touchdown in two seasons.


He also had interest from Miami after hitting the portal this off-season.


One of the best players in the portal just wrapped up a visit to Texas A&M: Tony Grimes, a former five-star cornerback who spent the last three years at North Carolina just gave us a hint as to where he may continue his college career - as he tweeted about a recent visit to Texas A&M.


Grimes was one of the highest-rated recruits to ever commit to UNC, as a former five-star member of the class of 2021, who decided to reclassify and enroll in college during the 2020 Covid season. During his time at UNC he was a three-year starter, and in 2022, finished with 36 tackles, seven pass breakups, and one forced fumble.


His recruitment has largely been quiet since hitting the portal - but A&M appears to be in the mix for his services.


TCU appears to be the leader for two coveted receiver targets: TCU appears to be cashing in on its college football playoff run, as one insider says they are the favorite for not one, but two top receiver targets.


Per a report by 247 Sports' Steve Wiltfong, he has put in "crystal ball" predictions for the Horned Frogs to land both former Alabama receiver JoJo Earle and former Texas A&M receiver Chris Marshall.


Earle was once ranked the No. 6 receiver in the class of 2021, and in two seasons at Alabama, finished with 24 catches, 303 yards and two touchdowns.


Marshall meanwhile was a five-star in the class of 2022 who played one season at Texas A&M. He was one of three players to end the season suspended indefinitely, finishing with 10 catches for 108 yards.



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