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

Updated: Jan 30

The landscape of college football is changing quickly, and there may be no place where it's more apparent than the transfer portal.


In years past, if you wanted to completely rmarioebuild a program, you had to recruit well, develop, hope it all works out and that in 3-4 years you have a contender. Now, you can completely rebuild a program on the fly like Michigan did this year, or plug key holes, like Alabama did with Jameson Williams this fall.



With the one-time transfer officially in effect, we will constantly update this page, with all the big comings and goings in the transfer portal - who is leaving, who is visiting where, who is committing on and on.


So what we recommend you do is bookmark this page, as this will be constantly updating over the next few weeks.


Also, make sure to follow @CFBTransfers on Twitter for all the late-breaking news:


Saturday, January 29th:


Ole Miss picks up a pair of Ole Miss stars: Lane Kiffin has raided his former school for his next wave of Ole Miss talent. On Saturday, Ole Miss picked up commitments from former USC quarterback Jaxson Dart and tight end Michael Trigg.


Dart is a former high four-star recruit who split time with Kedon Slovis, tossing nine touchdowns and throwing for over 1,300 yards this year. Trigg, a tight end originally from Florida, had seven catches and a touchdown as a freshman last year.


Wednesday, January 26th:


First team All-Big 12 cornerback headed to the SEC: Jarrick Bernard-Converse, who earned All-Big 12 first team honors at Oklahoma State last season has announced he will transfer to LSU.


Bernard-Converse started 47 games over the course of his four-year career for the Pokes and was a First-Team All-Big 12 selection this past season, finishing the year with 51 tackles and 11 passes defensed. Included in that stretch was 46 straight starts, including 14 this year.


He gives the Tigers another transfer jolt, as LSU has taken 12 transfer commits this off-season.


Sunday, January 23rd:


USC picks up a pair of SEC defenders: Lincoln Riley's domination of the transfer portal continued on Sunday, as USC picked up two former SEC defensive players.


Later in the day, the Trojans added Shane Lee, a reserve linebacker who played the last three seasons at Alabama. Lee's best season actually came in 2019 when he had 86 tackles for Tide, before being limited by injuries and then serving in a back-up role this season.


Earlier on Sunday, former Auburn linebacker Romello Height, who played in nine games, with 19 tackles for the Trojans in 2021.


Alabama scoops Georgia wide receiver: Georgia took home the national title a few weeks ago, but Alabama swiped a key Bulldog from its burgeoning rival on Sunday - that's when former Dawg Jermaine Burton committed to the Tide.


Burton caught 26 passes for 497 yards and five touchdowns for Georgia last season.


Friday, January 21st:


Former Alabama wide receiver Jevon Baker staying in the SEC: Jevon Baker, a former four-star recruit who spent the last season at Alabama has found a new college home and will be staying in the SEC - announcing he will transfer to Kentucky.


Baker tallied eight catches in two seasons in Tuscaloosa.


Oregon star transferring to USC: USC continued its transfer portal domination on Friday, with the news that Travis Dye, one of the best running backs in college football last season, announced he is headed to play for the Trojans.


Dye rushed for 1,271 yards and 16 touchdowns this season, and has earned All-Pac 12 honors each of the last two seasons.


The Trojans have dominated the portal this spring, adding several key pieces including...


Lincoln Riley convinces another former Oklahoma Sooner to join him at USC: Lincoln Riley convinced another former Oklahoma Sooner to join him at USC, when on Thursday, former Sooner Latrell McCutchin committed to play for the Trojans. A former four-star recruit, had nine total tackles and one pass breakup.


McCutchin was one of three transfer commits to the Trojans on Thursday, joining former Stanford running back Austin Jones and former Colorado defensive back Mekhi Blackmon.


They are part of a loaded group of transfers for Lincoln Riley's staff that includes former Oklahoma wide receiver Mario Williams, former Colorado wide receiver Brennen Rice and others.


Thursday, January 20th:


Wyoming star receiver flips his transfer commitment: Isaiah Neyor, a big, 6'3 receiver who played last season at Wyoming has flipped his transfer commitment. After first committing to Tennessee after entering the portal, on Thursday he announced that he will instead attend Texas!


Neyor finished last year with 44 catches and 12 touchdowns, helping Wyoming to a 7-6 season.


All Big 12 cornerback is in the transfer portal: Jarrick Bernard-Converse ha four-year starter who earned All-Big 12 honors this season at Oklahoma State has decided to enter the transfer portal as a grad transfer. Bernard-Converse finished third on the Cowboys in tackles with 51 to go along with a team-high 11 pass break-ups. It's worth noting that former Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Jim Knowles was hired at Ohio State this off-season.


Wednesday, January 19th:


JT Daniels is in the transfer portal: On the same day that Stetson Bennett announced he'd be returning for another season, the quarterback that briefly surpassed him on the depth chart entered the transfer portal - that is JT Daniels.


Daniels is of course a five-star that began his career at USC, only to transfer after injury. He started four games for the Dawgs last season and was the Week 1 starter against Clemson before injuries sidelined him and Bennett passed him.


His most productive season came back in 2018 when he threw for 14 touchdowns as a true freshman at USC.


Georgia receiver Jermaine Burton enters the portal: Jermaine Burton, a key weapon for Stetson Bennett on this year's title winning team at Georgia has decided to enter the portal. Burton finished the season with 26 catches and five touchdowns this season for the Dawgs. His 19.1 yards per catch led Georgia in 2021.


Arkansas second leading rusher now in the transfer portal: Trelon Smith, who finished second at Arkansas this past season in rushing, behind only quarterback KJ Jefferson, has decided to enter the transfer portal. Smith finished the 2021 campaign with 598 yards rushing and five touchdowns, which tied for the team high.


Former FCS All-American safety Omar Brown is in the transfer portal: Omar Brown, a former FCS All-American safety at Northern Iowa, has announced he will transfer. Brown recorded 77 tackles and six interceptions. in 2019, earning those All-American honors. He was limited to just seven games this fall - recording 33 tackles and an interception - before missing the rest of the season with injury.


Former North Carolina linebacker Eugene Asante is headed to the SEC: Eugene Asante, a junior linebacker who played the last few seasons at North Carolina is headed to the SEC - on Tuesday he committed to Auburn.


Asante appeared in 12 games for North Carolina last season. He had 23 tackles, two quarterback hurries, one pass break-up, and 0.5 tackles for loss. He is the second commit for Auburn in as many days, as the Tigers also added quarterback Robby Ashford on Monday.


Former Auburn defensive lineman JJ Pegues has a new SEC home: JJ Pegues, a former four-star defensive lineman who played the last two seasons at Auburn has found a new SEC home - as he announced Tuesday he'll play at Ole Miss.


After playing tight end as a freshman Pegues was moved to the defensive line in 2021, recording 17 tackles, two tackles for loss and a forced fumble. He has three seasons of eligibility remaining.




Tuesday, January 18th:


Yet another wide receiver transfer picks USC: The USC Trojans picked up yet another wide receiver in the portal on Tuesday, as former Colorado receiver Brenden Rice announced a transfer to the Trojans.


Rice caught 21 balls as a freshman this past season, including three touchdowns.


He joins Mario Williams (Oklahoma) and Terrell Bynum (Washington) who've committed to the Trojans at wide receiver since Riley's arrival.


Former Tennessee quarterback Harrison Bailey finds a new home: Harrison Bailey, a former four-star prospect who started three games at Tennessee in the past two seasons has found his transfer home - Bailey committed to UNLV on Tuesday.


Bailey started the final three games for the Vols in 2020, but fell behind both Hendon Hooker and Joe Milton on the depth chart after Josh Heupel arrived last season.


Bailey has four years of eligibility remaining.


Former Georgia cornerback Ameer Speed finds a new college home: Ahmeer Speed, a contributor on Georgia's national title team at cornerback, has found a new college home - committing to Mel Tucker and the Michigan State Spartans.


Speed started three games for the eventual national champions this year, finishing with 13 tackles.


He is one of several high-profile transfers to the Spartans this off-season, including running back Jalen Berger (formerly of Wisconsin), defensive lineman Khris Bogle (Florida) and linebacker Jacoby Windmon (UNLV).


UConn picks up small school defensive star in the portal: UConn head coach Jim Mora nabbed another big-time player in the portal on Tuesday, adding former Old Dominion defensive lineman Sokokya McDuffie. McDuffie started all 13 games at defensive tackle for the Monarchs last season, finishing with 6.5 tackles for loss and four sacks.


Georgia senior defensive back enters the portal: Latavious Brini, who started 11 games for Georgia last season as a linebacker/safety hybrid has decided to enter the transfer portal. He had 38 tackles eight pass breakups this season.


Former Top 100 defensive lineman Lee Hunter enters the portal: Lee Hunter, a former Top 100 lineman in the class of 2021 announced over the weekend that he will leave Auburn. Hunter did not register a stat for the Tigers' this past season, but the 6'5 300 lb. defensive tackle was the second-highest rated recruit in Auburn's 2021 class.


It's worth noting that his position coach, Nick Eason, left Auburn earlier this month to take an assistant position at Clemson.


Monday, January 17th:


Oklahoma lands its THIRD defensive back transfer in the last three days: It's been a busy weekend for Brent Venables and Oklahoma, which landed its third different defensive back transfer in two days on Monday.


The most recent addition was former North Carolina safety Trey Morrison, who had 47 tackles this past season. He joins former Wyoming cornerback C.J. Coldon (Sunday) and former Louisville cornerback Kani Walker who both committed earlier in the holiday weekend.


Former Oregon quarterback Robby Ashford headed to the SEC: Robby Ashford, a former four-star quarterback who spent the last two years at Oregon has landed at a new school, committing to Auburn.


Originally from Hoover, Alabama, Ashford is a former four-star recruit, but did not play a down in two years in Eugene. He becomes the second transfer quarterback Auburn has taken this off-season along with former Texas A&M signal-caller Zach Calzada.


Ironically, Auburn's starter this past season Bo Nix, has decided to transfer to Oregon for next season.


Former Clemson QB Hunter Johnson returns to... Clemson: Clemson has not taken transfers under Dabo Swinney in recent years, but that changed on Monday, when they took a commitment from Northwestern QB Hunter Johnson... who began his career at Clemson.


A former five-star recruit, Johnson spent one season at Clemson before electing to transfer to Northwestern, where he appeared in 10 games the last two seasons. He'll add depth to the quarterback room behind D.J. Uiagalelei and true freshman enrollee Cade Klubnik.


Arkansas lands two marquee players out of the portal: It's been an off-season to remember for Sam Pittman in the portal and it got better Sunday, as Arkansas added two marquee players. First, the Hogs signed Drew Sanders, a former five-star linebacker who spent the last two seasons at Alabama. Sanders had 33 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, one sack and four quarterback hurries in 23 games, but missed three games in 2021 due to a hand injury.


Later on in the day, Dwight McGlothern a former four-star defensive back who spent the last few years at LSU committed to the Hogs as well. McGlothern had 32 tackles, two tackles for a loss, one interception and five pass breakups.


Sanders and McGlothern join wide receiver Jadon Haselwood (Oklahoma) and defensive lineman Landon Jackson (LSU) as big-time gets out of the portal for Arkansas.


Sunday, January 16th:


Big-time tight end commits to UCF: Gus Malzahn continues to clean up in the transfer portal, as Kemore Gamble, one of Florida's best offensive weapons this year has committed to play for UCF. Gamble finished last season with 31 catches for the Gators, the third most on the team.


Miami lands one of the best wide receivers in the portal: Miami made a major addition via the portal on Sunday, as Frank Ladson, a former Top 50 players in the country will transfer to Miami after spending the last three years at Clemson.


Ladson's best season as a Tiger came in 2020 when he caught 38 balls and three touchdowns, but was limited to just a handful of games in 2021 because of injury. He was the No. 5 ranked wide receiver in the high school class of 2019.


LSU continues its transfer haul added talented linebacker: LSU has absolutely cleaned up in the portal in recent weeks and added another player late Saturday, as former Virginia linebacker Wes Weeks committed to the school. Weeks had 31 tackles as a true freshman last year, and becomes the eighth different transfer to commit to the Tigers this cycle.


Included in those transfers are former Arkansas defensive backs Joe Foucha and Greg Brooks as well as All-American Florida International offensive tackle Miles Frazier.


Saturday, January 15th:


Former Top 100 cornerback commits to Florida: Jalen Kimber, a former Top 100 corner, who played the last two seasons at Georgia has found a new college home - committing to Florida on Saturday.


Kimber came out of spring ball as a starter at Georgia, before suffering an injury and missing most of the 2021 season. He was the No. 71 player in the nation in the 2020 class per 247Sports ratings and chose Georgia over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Ohio State, LSU and Notre Dame, among several others.


USC picks up another mega commit in the portal: It's been a busy few weeks for Lincoln Riley who has picked up several marquee players in the transfer portal - and to date, he's gotten no bigger news than he did on Saturday, when former Oklahoma receiver Mario Williams elected to follow Riley to USC.


Williams is a former high four-star receiver in the class of 2021 who finished last season with 35 catches and four touchdowns this year.


He has previously said that he hopes to play with Caleb Williams at his next stop, only further fueling belief that Williams will eventually commit to the Trojans.


Former Georgia receiver Justin Robinson is staying in the SEC: Justin Robinson, a former four-star wide receiver, who played the last two seasons at Georgia, has announced his transfer destination: He's headed to Mississippi State.


Robinson had two catches as a redshirt freshman this season.


Thursday, January 13th:


LSU picks up three marquee commitments: It's been a busy week for LSU, where one day after picking up multi-year Arkansas starter Joe Foucha at safety, the Tigers added two more players on Thursday.


The first is former Penn State running back Noah Cain. Cain, set a Penn State freshman record with eight rushing touchdowns in 2019, but was hurt early in the 2020 season and had just 350 yards this year.


They also added Arkansas starting defensive back Gregory Brooks earlier in the day.


Ole Miss running back Henry Parrish Jr. enters the transfer portal: Henry Parrish, who rushed for over 500 yards this past season at Ole Miss has decided to enter the transfer portal.


Parrish was the team's fourth leading rusher, averaging over five yards per carry with three touchdowns. But with TCU transfer Zach Evans deciding to come to Oxford, Parrish has decided to move on.


Former Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year now in the transfer portal: Jarek Broussard, who won the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year in 2020 is now in the transfer portal. Broussard rushed for just under 900 yards in just six games in 2020, but was limited with injuries in 2021. He has three years of eligibility remaining.


Former five-star wide receiver Bru McCoy is in the transfer portal: The long, winding road of Bru McCoy continues, as he officially entered the transfer portal on Thursday. McCoy initially committed to USC out of high school before ending up at Texas, and then returning to USC. He had 20 catches in 2020 but did not play this year after an arrest in July.


Former Louisiana running back Montrell Johnson commits to Florida: Montrell Johnson, a standout freshman last year at Louisiana, has decided to follow former head coach to Florida - committing to the school on Thursday. Johnson rushed for 838 yards this season, to go along with 12 touchdowns.


He is the second former Rajun Cajun to commit to Napier, following offensive tackle Kamryn Waites who committed several weeks ago.


Wednesday, January 12th


TCU star defensive lineman Ochaun Mathis is in the transfer portal: Ochaun Mathis, a key cog on TCU's defensive front the last few seasons, has entered the transfer portal. Mathis had 26 TFL's and 12.5 sacks in the past three seasons, including four sacks in the 2021 campaign.


Tuesday, January 11th:


Several key Alabama players enter the transfer poral: Just a day after losing in the title game, Alabama saw several players enter the transfer portal. Among the most notable players include tight end Jahleel Billingsley, who had 26 catches and three touchdowns, but also was publicly criticized by Nick Saban, as well as linebacker Drew Sanders. Sanders started three games prior to an injury with 24 tackles and one sack.


Additionally offensive lineman Tommy Brown entered the portal as well.


Georgia cornerback Ahmeer Speed enters the portal: Ahmeer Speed, a contributor on Georgia's national title team at cornerback, entered the transfer portal on Tuesday. Speed started three games and recorded 13 tackles this season.




Monday, January 10th:


All-MAC safety Devonni Reed headed to the SEC: Devonni Reed, a two-time All-Mid-American Conference honoree at Central Michigan has found a transfer home - he has committed to South Carolina.


Reed had a storied career for the Chippewas, tallying 297 tackles as a four-year starter. He received quite a bit of Power 5 interest, with offers coming from Texas, Colorado, Louisville, Mississippi State, Missouri, Virginia Tech, and Wisconsin


FCS All-American picks South Carolina: Antwane Wells Jr. an FCS All-American at wide receiver for James Madison this season, became the second high-profile player to choose the Gamecocks as his transfer choice on Monday, joining Reed.


Reed finished last season with 83 catches for 1,250 yards and 15 touchdown catches at James Madison. He picked up major Power 5 interest since entering the transfer with offers from Auburn and North Carolina among others.


Louisiana redshirt freshman WR Kyren Lacy is in the portal: Kyren Lacy, who led Louisiana with six touchdown catches this year, is now in the transfer portal. Lacy led the Rajin Cajuns with 28 catches in 2020, and added 22 catches this season.


With a Covid year, Lacy has three years of eligibility remaining.


USC starting quarterback Jaxson Dart is in the transfer portal: Jaxson Dart, a former high four-star recruit who was projected to be USC's starting quarterback next season, has decided to enter the transfer portal.


Originally from Utah, Dart played well in spot opportunities behind Kedon Slovis this off-season, tossing for 1,300 yards and nine touchdowns.


Dart's departure comes just one day after Oklahoma transfer Caleb Williams was spotted in Los Angeles.


Kentucky adds elite defensive line prospect via the transfer portal: Darrion Henry-Young, a former four-star prospect in the class of 2020 who played the last two seasons at Ohio State has decided to transfer to... Kentucky.


Henry-Young redshirted as a freshman and didn't register any stats this year, but should add immediate size, physicality and depth to the Kentucky front. He is a former Top 200 recruit who chose the Buckeyes over offers from Alabama, LSU and Tennessee.


Saturday, January 8th:


Wyoming wide receiver Isaiah Neyor headed to the SEC: It was a big morning for Josh Heupel and the Tennessee Vols, as Wyoming wide receiver Isaiah Neyor elected to transfer to Knoxville.


Neyor finished last year with 44 catches and 12 touchdowns, helping Wyoming to a 7-6 season. He chose the Vols over Texas and USC


All-American safety Brandon Joseph makes his choice: Brandon Joseph, an All-American safety during the 2020 season at Northwestern has made his transfer choice - as he announced on Saturday that he's headed to Notre Dame.


Last year, Joseph had six interceptions despite playing just nine games in a Covid shortened season, helping the Wildcats to a Big Ten West title. He added three more interceptions this season.


Friday, January 7th:


Casey Thompson finds a new home: Casey Thompson, who led the Big 12 in touchdown passes with 24, has announced where he will continue his career on Friday, committing to Nebraska.


It's a major pick-up for the Cornhuskers who are looking for quarterback help, after the departure of Adrian Martinez this off-season. Thompson completed 63 percent of his passes in addition to his 24 touchdowns, which is impressive, considering that he spent most of the year battling a hand injury.


January 6th:


Conor Bazelak finds a new home: Conor Bazelak, Missouri's starter for most of the last two seasons, has found a new college home - committing to Indiana.


Bazelak had a breakout first few games for the Tigers during 2020, but struggled for most of the last two seasons. He finished 2021 with 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.


Zach Calzada is staying in the SEC: Zach Calzada, who started most of the season for Texas A&M following Haynes King's injury in September has found a new college home - he'll transfer to Auburn.


Calzada threw for 2,100 yards and 17 touchdowns this season, most notably beating Alabama in College Station in October.


Star running back Zach Evans is headed to the SEC: Zach Evans, a former five-star running back who was once committed to Georgia before playing the last two seasons at TCU has found a new transfer home: He has committed to Ole Miss.


One of the most highly-coveted players in the portal, Evans rushed for over 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns in his two seasons with the Horned Frogs. He visited Ole Miss last weekend.


FCS All-American picking up major Power 5 interest: Antwane Wells Jr. an FCS All-American at wide receiver for James Madison this season, has picked up major Power 5 interest since entering the transfer portal yesterday.


According to his Twitter feed, Wells has received offers from Auburn, South Carolina and North Carolina among others. He finished last season with 83 catches for 1,250 yards and 15 touchdown catches.


First-team All MAC linebacker now in the transfer portal: Central Michigan linebacker Troy Brown, a first-team All-MAC selection each of the last three years, has entered the transfer portal, per a report from On 3's Matt Zenitz. Brown finished this season with 65 tackles and one sack.


SMU starting offensive lineman in the transfer portal: Alan Ali, a four-year starter along the SMU offensive line, is officially in the transfer portal. He was a second-team All-AAC selection after moving from the interior line to tackle.


January 5th:


Arkansas starting safety Joe Foucha is now in the transfer portal: Joe Foucha, who started this season at safety for Arkansas, has elected to use his extra year of eligibility elsewhere and transfer to another school.


This past season he finished fourth on the team with 73 tackles and also had 7.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, five pass breakups, three quarterback hurries and a forced fumble.


He has one year of eligibility remaining.


Former four-star quarterback now in the transfer portal: Robby Ashford, a former four-star quarterback who spent the last two years at Oregon has entered the transfer portal. The move comes after days of speculation that Ashford would officially enter. Originally from Hoover, Alabama, Ashford is a former four-star recruit, but did not play a down in two years in Eugene.


Ohio State picks up star safety in the transfer portal: Tanner McCallister, who was a star on Oklahoma State's Top 10 defense nationally this season has announced that he will transfer to Ohio State. This past year, McCalister tallied 37 total tackles, five passes defended, one interception and one tackle for a loss in 13 games. He will reunite with former Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Jim Knowles, who is now Ohio State's new defensive coordinator.


The Buckeyes added DeaMonte Trayanum, a converted linebacker from Arizona State, earlier in the transfer cycle.


January 4th:


Star Oklahoma receiver follows Caleb Williams into the transfer portal: It's been a tough couple days for Oklahoma football, as just one day after Caleb Williams entered the transfer portal, top receiver Mario Williams decided to follow him.


Williams is a former high four-star receiver in the class of 2021 who finished last season with 35 catches and four touchdowns this year.


Auburn's leading wide receiver is in the transfer portal: Kobe Hudson, who led Auburn with 44 catches and four touchdown catches, is currently in the transfer portal. Hudson recently completed his sophomore year, and will likely become one of the most coveted skill position players available.


Ole Miss' John Rhys Plumlee enters the transfer portal: John Rhys Plumlee, who spent the last three seasons at Ole Miss has decided to enter the transfer portal. Plumlee was a spot starter as a freshman at quarterback, but following the arrival of Lane Kiffin moved to wide receiver, as Matt Corral earned the starting nod. It is unclear what position he would play at his next school.


Star Louisiana freshman is in the portal: Montrell Johnson, a star running back for Louisiana last season as a freshman has decided to enter the transfer portal. Johnson rushed for over 800 yards and 12 touchdowns in his one season in Lafayette.


Michigan linebacker Anthony Solomon makes his transfer commitment: Anthony Solomon, who spent the last three years at Michigan entered the portal on Monday - and has already decided on a new home, picking Arizona. Solomon's best season was a true freshman in 2019 when he played in all 12 games, appearing in just seven this season. He'll have two years of eligibility remaining.


Monday, January 3rd:


Dillon Gabriel has changed his transfer destination: It has been an absolutely insane day in the transfer portal, as just hours after Caleb Williams announced he was entering the transfer portal, Oklahoma picked up one of the most talented quarterbacks in college football, as Dillon Gabriel has announced he'll play for the Sooners.


Gabriel committed to UCLA just weeks ago, after deciding to leave UCF after the season. In his two years at UCF, Gabriel was one of the most prolific quarterbacks in college football, putting up nearly 7,000 yards passing in the 2019 and 2020 seasons, with 32 touchdowns and just four interceptions in 2020.


It's worth noting that Oklahoma head coach Brent Venables recently hired Jeff Lebby as his offensive coordinator. Lebby spent the 2019 season as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at UCF with Gabriel.


Lincoln Riley picks up talented WR in transfer portal: We knew Lincoln Riley would clean up on the recruiting trail once he arrived at USC, and that continued on Monday when he picked up one of the best wide receivers available - Terrell Bynum.


Bynum is a former four-star recruit who is originally from Southern California, before playing the last few years at Washington. He finished second on the Huskies in catches last season with 24 overall, to go with four touchdown grabs.


Arizona nabs star receiver out of the transfer portal: Jacob Cowing, one of the best wide receivers in the transfer portal has found a new college home - as he committed to Arizona.


Cowing finished the season with 69 catches for 1,367 yards, with those receiving yards ranking seventh in the country. His 19.8 yards per catch average was second to only Alabama's Jameson Williams.


He had offers from sevearl Power 5 schools, including Florida, Texas Tech, Louisville and Ole Miss among others.


MEGA NEWS as Caleb Williams enters the transfer portal: We have MEGA college football news, as Caleb Williams, the No. 1 high school quarterback in the class of 2021, who started the second half of the season at Oklahoma, has entered the transfer portal.


Williams burst onto the scene in place of Spencer Rattler this year, finishing with 21 total touchdown passes, including three in an Alamo Bowl win over Oregon.


He immediately becomes the best player in the portal, and most coveted quarterback to enter the portal this winter.


West Virginia starting quarterback Jarrett Doege enters the portal: Jarrett Doege, who started each of the last two years as West Virginiai's starting quarterback has decided to enter the transfer portal. Doege originally began his career at Bowling Green - starting 18 games there - before arriving in Morgantown, and starting 26 for the Mountaineers. He threw for 3,046 yards and 19 TDs this season, with 12 interceptions.


Marshall starting quarterback Grant Wells is in the transfer portal: Grant Wells, who started each of the last two seasons at Marshall has decided to enter the transfer portal. Wells threw for over 3,500 yards this year, to go along with 16 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He threw 34 touchdowns in his two years as a starter, leading the Thundering Herd to a division title in 2020.


Wake Forest leading rusher Christian Beal-Smith is in the transfer portal: In a bit of a shocker, Christian Beal-Smith, who led the Demon Deacons in rushing in 2020 and 2021, has entered the transfer portal. Beal-Smith rushed for 602 yards this season, after tallying 732 in 2020. It's worth noting of course that his once teammate Kenneth Walker transferred from Wake Forest last season, before finding immediate success at Michigan State.


Mammoth offensive tackle follows Billy Napier to Florida: Kamryn Waites, a mammoth, 6'8, 370 lb. offensive tackle who played for Billy Napier last season at Louisiana, has decided to follow Napier to Gainesville. Waites appeared in three games for the Rajun Cajuns as a true freshman last season.


Utah loses key defensive line reserve: Just a few days after their epic Rose Bowl performance against Ohio State, Utah lost a key reserve, as defensive lineman Xavier Carlton entered the transfer portal. Carlton finished the season with 18 tackles and four TFL's for the Utes this year, and was a former four-star recruit in the class of 2020.


All MAC safety Devonni Reed has already heard from some major suitors: Just hours after entering the transfer portal, former Central Michigan safety Devonni Reed has already picked up several Power 5 offers.


Among those who have extended offers include Texas, Louisville and Colorado.


Reed spent the last four seasons at Central Michigan, tallying 297 tackles in his career. He was a two-time All-Mid-American Conference honoree, earning third-team honors in 2020 and second-team honors in 2021.


Friday, December 31:


Pitt starting wide receiver Shocky Jacques-Louis enters the transfer portal: It will be an off-season of upheaval at Pitt, where in addition to the departure of Kenny Pickett to the pros, the Panthers also lost receiver Shockey Jacques-Louis to the portal on Friday. Jacques-Louis has been a starter each of the last two seasons, tallying 25 catches this season.


UCF's leading tackler is now in the transfer portal: Tatum Bethune, a junior linebacker who led UCF in tackles - and was second in the AAC overall - has decided to enter the portal. Bethune finished the year with 108 total tackles, to go along with 5.5 tackles for loss and two interceptions.


Thursday, December 30th:


Northwestern All-American cornerback Brandon Joseph enters the transfer portal: A brutal regular season just bled into the off-season for Northwestern, where arguably their most talented player - cornerback Brandon Joseph - decided to enter the transfer portal.


Joseph earned All-American honors during the 2020 season, finishing the year with eight interceptions in a Covid shortened campaign. He had three interceptions and 80 tackles in 2021 - and should immediately become one of the most coveted players in the portal.


Wyoming starting quarterback Levi Williams finds a new home: Levi Williams, Wyoming's starting quarterback for part of the season who was the MVP of the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl has picked a new school after entering the transfer portal.


Williams has committed to Utah State.


Williams had a blistering bowl performance, throwing for 115 yards and rushing for 200 yards with five total touchdowns. On the season he threw for just under 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns, splitting time with fellow quarterback Sean Chambers.


Prolific FCS quarterback Cameron Ward picks up another Power 5 offer: Cameron Ward, one of the most prolific passers in college football this year playing for Incarnate Word at the FCS level has picked up another Power 5 offer on Thursday - this one from Jedd Fisch and Arizona.


In addition to Arizona, Ward has also been offered by Ole Miss, Kentucky, Virginia Tech and Indiana at the Power 5 level.


Playing at the FCS level for Incarnate Word, Ward was spectacular, throwing for a staggering 4,600 yards and 47 touchdown passes.


Wednesday, December 29th:


Star Washington linebacker Jackson Sirmon is in the transfer portal: Jackson Sirmon, who led Washington with 92 tackles this season is in the transfer portal. Sirmon started for the Huskies the past two seasons and was an honorable mention All-Pac 12 selection this season


Tuesday, December 28th:


Nevada star defensive end Daniel Grzesiak is in the transfer portal. Daniel Grzesiak, a star defensive end at Nevada, entered the portal just one day after the Wolf Pack's appearance in the Quick Lane Bowl. Grzesiak tied for a team lead with 5.5 sacks this season.


Nevada defensive back Jordan Lee is in the transfer portal: Jordan Lee, a Nevada DB who finished the third on the team in tackles, has decided to enter the transfer portal. He finished this season with 85 tackles, five TFL's, five pass deflections and three forced fumbles.


Former Maryland linebacker Branden Jennings has a loaded list of suitors: Branden Jennings, a former four-star linebacker who played last season at Maryland has a loaded list of suitors. According to Rivals' Mike Farrell Jennings has offers from Michigan State, South Carolina, Michigan, Arizona State, Kansas, Indiana, Syracuse, Northwestern, Mizzou, Kansas State, NC State, Georgia Tech and UCF.


Former Penn State QB Ta'Quan Roberson has a new home: Ta'Quan Roberson, a backup quarterback at Penn State, who took key snaps in a loss to Iowa this year, has found a new college home: He announced Tuesday that he will transfer to play for Jim Mora and the UConn Huskies.


A former four-star quarterback from New Jersey, Roberson has played behind starter Sean Clifford for years, and with Clifford deciding to return to college for a sixth year, Roberson decided to make this move.


He completed 11 of 28 passes this season with one touchdown.


San Diego State QB Lucas Johnson will use his extra year of eligibility elsewhere: Lucas Johnson, a starter who led San Diego State to 12 wins this season has decided to use his extra year of eligibility at another school and enter the transfer portal. Johnson tossed for over 1,400 yards and 12 touchdowns this year, including 333 yard performance in a Frisco Bowl win last week. He has one year of eligibility left.


Monday, December 27th:


Star Virginia linebacker Noah Taylor has found a new, ACC home: Noah Taylor, a starting linebacker for the Virginia Cavaliers has picked a new home - committing to North Carolina on Monday. Taylor was the Cavaliers' third leading tackler this year with 69 total tackles and eight TFL's. Over the course of his career he has 28.5 TFL's, 12.5 sacks and 169 tackles.


Michigan gets mega transfer portal addition: Michigan picked up one of the best players in the transfer portal on Monday, with the news that Virginia center Olesegun ‘Victor’ Oluwatimi has committed to the Wolverines. Oluwatimi was a second-team All-American center who was a Rimington Award finalist and one of the best centers in the country. He is expected to replace Wolverine stalwart Andrew Vastardis at center.


Prolific receiver Tyrese Chambers makes transfer choice: Tyrese Chambers, one of the most prolific receivers has made his transfer choice - by electing not to transfer at all. He announced that after entering the portal a few weeks ago, he'll return to FIU.


Chambers was one of the most prolific receivers in college football this season, with over 1,000 yards and a 23.9 yards per catch average. The latter was the second highest total in all of FBS football.


After entering the portal Chambers garnered major Power 5 interest with offers from Mississippi State, Virginia Tech, Purdue, Louisville and others.


Sunday, December 26th:


USC adds major offensive line piece via the transfer portal: Bobby Haskins, a multi-year starter at offensive tackle for Virginia, who played in all 12 games this season - and 45 over the last four years - has decided on where he'll play his final year of college football: He has committed to Lincoln Riley's USC Trojans.


Put simply this is a huge addition along the offensive line for Riley, as Haskins was a key member of one of the nation's most explosive offenses. Virginia averaged over 530 yards per game, as Haskins was named ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week once this season, and played in 45 total games in his career.


He has one year of eligibility remaining.


Saturday, December 25th:


Ohio State tabs former running back to play - linebacker: The Ohio State Buckeyes hit the transfer portal in need of help on defense - and found it in an unusual place, as former Arizona State running back DeaMonte Trayanum committed to the Buckeyes on Christmas Day... to play linebacker. Trayanum is actually from Ohio, and will return to his home state after rushing for just under 700 yards in two seasons in Tempe.


Friday, December 24th:


Penn State gets major receiver help via the transfer portal: Penn State picked up a major addition from the transfer portal on Christmas Eve, as Western Kentucky's Mitchell Tinsley has committed to Penn State. The former Hilltopper was one of college football's best receivers in 2021, making 87 catches for over 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns.


UTEP star wide receiver Jacob Cowing is already picking up major Power 5 interest: Jacob Cowing, one of the best deep threats in college football has picked up some major interest since entering the transfer portal. According to his Twitter page, he has already received offers from Texas Tech, Louisville and Ole Miss among others.


Cowing finished the season with 69 catches for 1,367 yards, with those receiving yards ranking seventh in the country. His 19.8 yards per catch average was second to only Alabama's Jameson Williams.


Texas Tech gets big help at wide receiver: Big news for Texas Tech, which added former Texas wide receiver Josh Moore on Friday. Moore actually led the Longhorns with 30 catches in 2020, but was limited to just 24 this season before deciding to enter the portal with a couple games left in the season. He had 12 total touchdown catches the last two seasons.


Thursday, December 23rd:


Missouri starting quarterback Conor Bazelak enters the transfer portal: Conor Bazelak, Missouri's starting quarterback for most of the past two seasons, has decided to enter the transfer portal. He threw for 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions this season. He sat out the Armed Forces bowl earlier this week with an injury.


Wednesday, December 22nd:


Wyoming bowl hero Levi Williams hits the portal: Levi Williams, Wyoming's starting quarterback for part of the season who was the MVP of the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl has decided to enter the transfer portal. Williams had a blistering bowl performance, throwing for 115 yards and rushing for 200 yards with five total touchdowns.


On the season he threw for just under 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns, splitting time with fellow quarterback Sean Chambers. He was the second marquee Cowboy to enter the portal on Wednesday joining leading receiver Isaiah Neyor.


Wyoming leading receiver Isaiah Neyor enters the transfer portal: Isaiah Neyor a 6'3 freshman who led Wyoming in catches, has decided to enter the transfer portal. Neyor caught 44 balls for the Cowboys this season, to go along with 12 touchdown passes. He should be one of the more highly-coveted playmakers in the portal.


Tuesday, December 21:


MAC Freshman of the Year Jay Ducker is in the transfer portal: Jay Ducker a running back at Northern Illinois who rushed for over 1,100 yards on his way to earning MAC Freshman of the Year, has decided to enter the transfer portal. Originally from Nebraska, Ducker had seven 100+ yard rushing games in his final eight of the season, including 146 yards in a Cure Bowl loss to Coastal Carolina.


UTEP star wide receiver Jacob Cowing is in the transfer portal: Jacob Cowing, one of the best deep threats in college football has decided to enter the transfer portal. Cowing finished the season with 69 catches for 1,367 yards, with those receiving yards ranking seventh in the country. His 19.8 yards per catch average was second to only Alabama's Jameson Williams.


Kedon Slovis has a new home: Kedon Slovis, who threw for 54 touchdowns over the last three seasons at USC has found a new home - he is transferring to Pitt. Slovis had an up-and-down 2021 dealing with injuries, tossing just 11 touchdowns in 297 pass attempts


Alabama adds a key piece via the portal: Jahmyr Gibbs, one of the most versatile backs in the ACC this year at Georgia Tech has found a new home - joining the Alabama Crimson Tide. Gibbs led the Yellow Jackets in rushing with 746 yards and 11 touchdowns and also caught 35 balls out of the back-field.


Because of a Covid waiver he has three years of eligibility remaining.


Monday, December 20th:


Virginia Tech starting quarterback Braxton Burmeister is in the transfer portal: Braxton Burmeister, who began his career at Oregon before ending up at Virginia Tech has entered the transfer portal. Burmeister split time with Hendon Hooker in 2020 before taking over full time this year, throwing for over 1,900 yards and 14 touchdowns this season. He is originally from the San Diego area.



Sunday, December 19th:


Bo Nix has a new home: Another marquee quarterback is off the board, as Bo Nix announced on Sunday that he will transfer to Oregon.


Nix of course was a multi-year starter at Auburn, who was plagued by inconsistency in all three of his seasons at the school. He finished this season throwing for just under 2,300 yards and 11 touchdowns, but also just completed 61 percent of his passes, before a season-ending injury.


Friday, December 17th:


Albany defensive end Jared Verse has picked up some MAJOR SEC and other Power 5 offers: Former Albany defensive end Jared Verse may be one of the most coveted players in the transfer portal as we speak. According to his Twitter page, he has picked up offers from LSU, Florida, Oklahoma, USC and Miami in recent days.


The redshirt freshman defensive end was an FCS All-American this season finishing with 10.5 sacks and 11.5 tackles for loss.


Former Ohio State corner Ryan Watts is a hot name in the portal: Former Ohio State corner Ryan Watts is one of the buzziest names in the portal, with major interest from Texas, TCU and Baylor, per a report from 247 Sports.


Watts played in 21 games for the Buckeyes in two seasons, including as a starter in the secondary in the season opener against Minnesota. As 247 Sports points out, Watts’ former high school teammate, Terrance Brooks, flipped from Ohio State to Texas on Signing Day.


Texas' Casey Thompson is in the portal: We have our first trickle-down effect from Quinn Ewers commitment to Texas, as Casey Thompson - who started the majority of games for Texas last year is in the transfer portal. Thompson actually led the Big 12 with 24 touchdown passes, completing 63 percent of his passes.


Max Johnson finds a new home: Max Johnson, LSU's starting quarterback this season has found a new home - he is transferring to Texas A&M.


Ultimately the news isn't all that surprising, as earlier in the week, his brother, Jake Johnson, the nation's top tight end, committed to the Aggies. Jake Johnson had previously committed to LSU when Max was there.


The elder Johnson finished with 24 touchdown passes last season for the Tigers, before entering the portal when Ed Orgeron was fired.


Thursday, December 16th:


Adrian Martinez makes his transfer choice: Adrian Martinez, one of the most well-known players in college football these last few seasons has made his transfer choice - electing to enroll at Kansas State.


Martinez is one of the most maligned quarterbacks in recent college football history, putting up big numbers at Nebraska (he holds 16 school records) but also struggling to lead the Cornhuskers to wins. They went just 3-9 this year, while Martinez threw for 2,800 yards and 14 touchdowns.


All-American offensive tackle headed to the SEC: Miles Frazier, one of the most coveted players in the transfer portal has decided on his new school - he announced on Thursday he will head to LSU.


Frazier was a multi-year starter at offensive tackle at FIU and decided to enter the portal after head coach Butch Davis left the school. Since then he has drawn interest from some of the biggest names in the sport, ultimately choosing the Tigers over offers from Ohio State, Texas A&M, Auburn and others.


He was named an All-American by the Athletic this fall.


Dillon Gabriel has a new college home: Dillon Gabriel, one of the best players available in the transfer portal has found a new home - the former UCF signal-caller has committed to play at UCLA.


In his two years playing under Josh Heupel at UCF, Gabriel was one of the most prolific quarterbacks in college football, putting up nearly 7,000 yards passing in the 2019 and 2020 seasons, with 32 touchdowns and just four interceptions in 2020.


He chose the Bruins over interest from several schools, including Ole Miss, where he visited after entering the portal. This is a big win for UCLA and the Pac-12.


Prolific, FCS star Cameron Ward has picked up several Power 5 offers since entering the portal: Cameron Ward, one of the most prolific passers in college football this season has picked up several Power 5 offers since entering the transfer portal.


Among the schools that have offered Ward include Ole Miss, Kentucky, Virginia Tech and Indiana, in addition to North Texas and others.


Playing at the FCS level for Incarnate Word, Ward was spectacular, throwing for a staggering 4,600 yards and 47 touchdown passes.


Myles Brennan will return to LSU: In what has to be deemed as a somewhat surprising move, Myles Brennan - LSU's Week 1 starter in 2020, who then missed the next year-and-a-half with injuries - announced that he will return to the school on Thursday.


Brennan won the job to start the 2020 season throwing for 11 touchdowns and over 1,100 yards in just three games, before suffering a season-ending injury. He suffered a different injury before 2021 and never got to play at all this past season.


With Max Johnson now in the portal though, and freshman Walker Howard probably not ready for game action, Brennan will likely be the Tigers' projected starter heading into next season.


Wednesday, December 15th:


Emory Jones will enter the transfer portal after Florida's bowl game: Emory Jones, the much-maligned quarterback who was Florida's starter for 11 of 12 games this year has decided to enter the transfer portal. Per Yahoo's Pete Thamel, he plans to play in the Gators' bowl game before leaving.


Jones was best known in Gainesville for waiting three years for a starting spot with Florida, only to struggle early and gain traction to back-up Anthony Richardson. Dan Mullen's refusal to pull Jones when - by all accounts - Richardson appeared to have been a better option was one of many reasons for the Gators coaching change.


Still, Jones had a solid season, completing 67 percent of his passes with 19 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He also rushed for a team-high 697 yards.


Top corner Eli Ricks makes his transfer decision: We got MEGA portal news on late Wednesday night, as Elias Ricks, arguably the top player in the portal and a former starting cornerback at LSU - has committed to Alabama.


Ricks is a former five-star Top 15 recruit in the class of 2020, who started at LSU before going down with a season-ending injury just a few games into the 2021 season. Now he will transfer to the Tigers' cross-division rivals. Many believe he could be a first round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.


Top UConn tailback enters the portal: Kevin Mensah, a tailback who rushed for over 1,000 yards during both the 2018 and 2019 seasons at UConn has decided to enter the transfer portal. Behind a bad UConn offensive line his numbers were significantly down this year (just 300 yards rushing), this, after UConn didn't play at all in 2020.


Former Florida Gator Khris Bogle makes his choice: We have a transfer update, as in the midst of a post-signing day press conference, Michigan State head coach Mel Tucker announced that Florida transfer Khris Bogle has joined the program.


Bogle is a former Top 100 recruit, who tallied 69 tackles, 12 tackles for a loss, eight sacks, 2 pass breakups and a forced fumble in three seasons with the Gators.


He is one of several marquee transfers to join the Spartans on Wednesday, including running back Jalen Berger (formerly of Wisconsin), linebacker Aaron Brule (Mississippi State) and more.


Virginia Tech leading receiver Tayvion Robinson has a new home: Tayvion Robinson, who led Virginia Tech in catches each of the last two seasons has committed and signed with Kentucky. Robinson pulled in 44 balls this year, to go along with five touchdowns.


Tuesday, December 14th:


Lincoln Riley and USC pick up big portal commit: National Signing Day is tomorrow, but Lincoln Riley got the week started off strong plucking a player out of the transfer portal. That player is former TCU defensive tackle Earl Barquet, who committed to Riley and the Trojans on Tuesday after a weekend visit.


Barquet is a former three-star recruit who recorded 12 tackles last season, and 21 tackles in 2.5 sacks over the course of the last two.


Barquet had offers from some of the biggest names in the sport coming out of high school, including Florida State, Georgia, Iowa State, Kansas, Texas A&M, Ole Miss and Mississippi State, and Oklahoma, which was then coached by Riley.



Former Indiana starting quarterback Michael Penix Jr. has found a new home: Former Indiana starting quarterback Michael Penix has found a new home, as the QB who spearheaded IU to success in 2020 has committed to transfer to Washington.


Penix was a star for the Hoosiers during that 2020 campaign, throwing for 14 touchdowns prior to a season-ending ACL injury, and unfortunately he was not the same when he came back this season. He threw just four touchdowns and seven interceptions this season.


He suffered four different major injuries during his four years in Bloomington, but is effective when he healthy - going 12-5 as a starter.


FIU All-American offensive tackle has a LOADED final three: Miles Frazier, an offensive tackle who earned first-team All-American honors this season is down to three schools and has an absolutely loaded list.


Frazier announced on Monday that his final three are Ohio State, Florida State and LSU.


The 6'5 offensive tackle has been one of the most coveted players in the portal, also picking up offers and interest from Texas A&M, Auburn and a handful of other SEC schools.


Former Ohio State safety Craig Young makes his transfer choice: Craig Young, a safety who appeared in all 12 games for Ohio State this season has announced where he's going to transfer - Young will play for the Kansas Jayhawks next season.


He had 15 tackles and one interception this season.


Monday, December 13th:


Austin Stogner joins Spencer Rattler at South Carolina: While Spencer Rattler's commitment to South Carolina made all the headlines on Monday, a second former Oklahoma Sooner will join he and head coach Shane Beamer in Columbia - former OU tight end Austin Stogner also committed to the school.


Stogner was one of OU's best red zone weapons the past few seasons, with six total touchdowns. He had a career high 26 catches during the 2020 season.


Spencer Rattler makes his college choice: One of the most high-profile players in the transfer portal has made his college choice - as Spencer Rattler has committed to South Carolina.


The former No. 1 high school quarterback in the class of 2019 helped Oklahoma win a Big 12 title a season ago, throwing 28 touchdowns in the process. But he struggled this year and was eventually supplanted by Caleb Williams, who won the job in Norman.


Rattler still has several years remaining thanks to Covid, although the expectation is that he's going to Columbia to compete for the starting job next season with the Gamecocks.


Star Iowa State safety is in the transfer portal: Isheem Young, a star safety at Iowa State who had 55 tackles and two interceptions this season has entered the transfer portal in news first reported by Michael Swain of 247 Sports.


Young started every game this season for the Cyclones, in his second season with the team. He is originally from Philadelphia.


FCS All-American Tre'Mond Shorts is already picking up interest from FBS schools: Tre'Mond Shorts, a three-year starter at guard for East Tennessee State and an FCS All-American this year entered the transfer portal Monday and has already picked up some big-time interest from FBS schools.


Among the schools to already reach out and offer Shorts include Rice and Tulane, which both offered scholarships.


Penn State back-up quarterback Ta'Quan Roberson is in the transfer portal: Ta'Quan Roberson, a backup quarterback at Penn State, who took key snaps in a loss to Iowa this year, has decided to enter the transfer portal.


A former four-star quarterback from New Jersey, Roberson has played behind starter Sean Clifford for years, and with Clifford deciding to return to college for a sixth year, Roberson decided to make this move.


He completed 11 of 28 passes this season with one touchdown.


North Carolina cornerback Kyler McMichael has entered the transfer portal: Kyler McMichael, a cornerback who started 16 games over the last two seasons has elected to enter the transfer portal, in news first reported by Inside Carolina.


In two seasons of the field for the Tar Heels, McMichael had 44 tackles, seven pass breakups, an interception, a tackle for loss and a quarterback hurry. He started eight games this season before being replaced.


Texas A&M QB Zach Calzada enters the transfer portal: Zach Calzada, who started multiple games for the injured Haynes King this season - including a memorable victory over No. 1 ranked Alabama - has decided to enter the transfer portal.


With King's return and the arrival of star freshman Connor Wegman next season, this decision isn't all that surprising. Calzada threw for 2,100 yards and 17 touchdowns this season.


Kedon Slovis enters the transfer portal: Big news in the Pac-12, where USC starting quarterback Kedon Slovis has decided to enter the transfer portal.


Ultimately while Slovis is a big name, this news isn't necessarily shocking, as Slovis' numbers have regressed over his time at 'SC and with the emergence of true freshman Jaxon Dart this season.


On the season, Slovis threw for 2,153 yards and 11 touchdowns. His best season came as a true freshman in 2019 when he tossed for 30 touchdowns.


With the Covid waiver, he still has two years of eligibility remaining.


Dreyden Norwood, CB, Texas A&M: Dreyden Norwood, a former four-star cornerback in the class of 2021 has decided to leave Texas A&M - the news was first reported by 247 Sports' Matt Zenitz.


Norwood is originally from Arkansas, and chose the Aggies over Arkansas, Auburn and others.


Sunday, December 12th:


Tank Bigsby is also entering the transfer portal: It was a crushing day at Auburn, where on top of quarterback Bo Nix electing to leave the school, On3's Justin Hokanson is reporting.


Bigsbgy was Auburn's best offensive player this year, rushing for over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns.


Expect him to be one of the most coveted players in the portal over the next few weeks.


Bo Nix enters the transfer portal: Quinn Ewers wasn't the only marquee quarterback in the transfer news, as on Sunday night, Bo Nix announced he was leaving Auburn.


Nix of course was a multi-year starter at Auburn, who was plagued by inconsistency in all three of his seasons at the school. He finished this season throwing for just under 2,300 yards and 11 touchdowns, but also just completed 61 percent of his passes, before a season-ending injury.


Because of a Covid-waiver, Nix technically has two years of eligibility remaining.


Quinn Ewers makes his commitment: Quinn Ewers, the No. 1 high school quarterback in the class of 2022, who reclassified and spent a year at Ohio State has made his transfer choice - Ewers is headed to Texas.


As discussed on the "Aaron Torres Pod" last week, this was always the expectation, as Ewers was once committed to Texas and originally from the Dallas area.


This is a mega win for Steve Sarkisian, who now has his starting quarterback of the present and future in Austin, after flip-flopping between Casey Thompson and Hudson Card all season.


Former LSU Tiger Landon Jackson makes his transfer choice: Former LSU defensive end Landon Jackson has announced where he will transfer to: The Texarkana, Texas native has decided that he will play at Arkansas.


Jackson is a massive 6'7, 270 lb. defensive end, who appeared in five games for the Tigers, recording no stats last season.


he is the second marquee recruit to commit to the Hogs this off-season, joining former Oklahoma receiver Jadon Haselwood, who announced last Sunday he was heading to Arkansas.


Saturday, December 11th:


Texas starting safety is now in the portal: Texas senior B.J. Foster, who started every game at safety for the Longhorns this season, has entered the transfer portal. He led the Longhorns with three interceptions and was seventh with 47 tackles.


Foster was one of the most highly-coveted high school players in the class of 2018. He has one season of eligibility remaining.


Florida's leading tackler this season is in the portal: Mohamoud Diabite, Florida's leading tackler this season with 89, has entered the transfer portal. Diabite first emerged in 2020 with 68 tackles before breaking out this season, as one of the leaders of the Gators' defense at linebacker.


Additionally he had 4.5 TFL's in 2021.



Former four-star safety Moses Douglass in the portal: Moses Douglass, a four-star safety who was originally a member of the class of 2019 at Kentucky has decided to enter the transfer portal. The move was first reported by On3’s Matt Zenitz.


Douglass played two seasons for the Wildcats (he redshirted in 2020), but appeared in just one game this season and totaled only five tackles.


Douglass originally chose Kentucky over Michigan State, Louisville, and Georgia Tech.


Friday, December 10th:


Former Florida defensive end visiting another SEC school this weekend: Khris Bogle, a former four-star, former Top 100 recruit who spent the last three seasons at Florida will visit another SEC school this weekend - as Rivals' Mike Farrell reported that he will be at Kentucky this weekend.


In three seasons at the school he tallied 69 tackles, 12 tackles for a loss, eight sacks, 2 pass breakups and a forced fumble in three seasons with the Gators. Thanks to the one-time Covid waiver, he has two years of eligibility remaining.


He previously visited Michigan State a week ago.


Ivy League offensive lineman picking up Power 5 offers: Hunter Nourzad, a graduate transfer offensive who played the last four seasons at Cornell, has picked up major Power 5 interest in recent days.


Among the schools that have offered Nourzad are Penn State, Illinois, Northwestern and Louisville.


Because of a Covid waiver, he should actually have two seasons of eligibility remaining.


Thursday, December 9th:


Florida's leading receiver is now in the transfer portal: Florida wide receiver Jacob Copeland, who led the Gators with 39 catches and four touchdowns, has decided to enter the transfer portal.


Copeland also had 23 catches last year on Florida's SEC East winning team. He has one year of eligibility remaining.


Oregon starting corner DJ James has entered the transfer portal: DJ James, a starter on this year's Pac-12 North champs has decided to enter the transfer portal. He finished fifth on the team with 46 tackles and had two picks and four pass breakups, in his third season on campus.


He is originally from Mobile, Alabama.


Michigan State picks up another big-time commitment: For the third time in the past week, Michigan State has picked up a big-time transfer commit, as former Mississippi State linebacker Aaron Brule announced he'd play for Mel Tucker's squad next season.


Brule finished the season with 53 tackles and four sacks for the 7-5 Bulldogs, this after tallying 76 tackles a season ago.


As mentioned, Brule is the third marquee transfer to commit to the Spartans, joining former UNLV linebacker Jacoby Windmon (who had 112 tackles last season) and former Wisconsin running back Jalen Berger.


Prolific, FCS star Cameron Ward enters the transfer portal: Cameron Ward, one of the most prolific passers in college football this season has decided to enter the transfer portal.


Playing at the FCS level for Incarnate Word, Ward was spectacular, throwing for a staggering 4,600 yards and 47 touchdown passes.


It's worth noting: Incarnate Word head coach Eric Morris recently accepted the offensive coordinator position at Washington State.


Wednesday, December 8th:


Fresno State quarterback Jake Haener makes his decision: Jake Haener, Fresno State's prolific quarterback who finished in the Top 10 nationally in passing yards and touchdowns has made his transfer decision - and elected not to transfer at all.


Haener instead announced he has decided to stay at Fresno State, re-committing to new Fresno State head coach Jeff Tedford, who actually recruited Haener to the school before retiring in 2019 for health reasons.


Tedford was named head coach Monday replacing Kalen DeBoer, who left for the Washington job. There was speculation that Haener would follow DeBoer to Seattle, where he originally began his college career. Instead, he'll stay at Fresno.


Tommi Hill, CB, Arizona State: Tommi Hill, a former four-star cornerback in the class of 2021 has decided to leave Arizona State. Originally from Edgewater, Florida, Hill had nine tackles, appearing in 11 games in his only season in Tempe.


Landon Jackson, DE, LSU: Yet another LSU Tiger has entered the transfer portal as Landon Jackson, a former Top 150 player nationally in the class of 2021 has decided to leave Baton Rouge.