1. Travis Hunter, CB/WR, Jackson State University
The final cycle of Sanders’ precious recruits, Hunter showed up in his final game at Jackson State, catching the game-tying touchdown pass on fourth down and time out in regulation from Shedul Sanders, forcing overtime in the Celebration Bowl. Most believe he’s moving to Colorado, but Hunter said Sunday night that the decision is yet to be finalized.
“Next for me, first I want to thank Jackson, Mississippi. I want to thank you for coming out and showing your boyfriend support and always sticking with me. Transfer portal.” Hunter said in a YouTube video“And I don’t know what I’m going to do next. I know I’m just looking for a new home. And I’m going to take my time with this decision and consider my options without rushing.” Please don’t jump in. ”
2. Denver Harris, CB, Texas A&M
According to 247Sports’ Josh Pate, Colorado and LSU have emerged as potential destinations for Harris.
Harris, once a five-star prospect, announced his departure from the Aggies on December 2nd.
“Colorado is a show to watch[for Harris],” said Pate. late kick. “LSU is a remarkable program. Upon graduating from high school, he devoted himself to his A&M in Texas, LSU and Alabama. I know there were some rumors about LSU. I don’t know if there are.”
3. Fentrel Cypress, CB, Virginia
Cypress has been one of the ACC’s top defensive players this season and was quickly approached by several schools. Ohio State University is considered a candidate for Cypress, along with Tennessee, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, and others. He All ACC selection of the second team this fall.Cypress He led the ACC with 14 pass breakups and 1.56 passes defended per game. The latter number ranks fourth in the nation. Cypress started all nine games in which he appeared and was credited with 39 tackles.
“I think ultimately places like Michigan and Notre Dame are pushing him, but he went into the portal this morning and was immediately contacted by Tennessee, Ole Miss and Syracuse.” 247Sports Director of Recruitment Steve Wiltfong said on 247Sports transfer portal Palooza: “I think Texas is another program to watch in this program, probably a need in LSU and its secondary, but I think he’s a man…a hot commodity on the portal for a variety of reasons. Transferring schools.”
4. Devin Leary, QB, North Carolina
247 sports college football show We charted Leary’s potential destinations, where entry into the transport portal was the first bomb. During the college football departure which was a very busy day. Notre Dame, Florida, etc. The ACC’s pre-season Player of the Year was with the Wolfpack before a season-ending shoulder injury, in which he started six games. Leary’s suitors would be noteworthy considering his talent level and career production. Leary tossed his pass for 62 touchdowns while at North Carolina State. This includes his 35th in 2021, which he did as his sophomore during a 3,400-yard season. Leary said he was the No. 16 quarterback in the class of 2018 and Arial (NJ) Timber he was via Creek.
5. Grayson McCall, QB, Coastal Carolina
McCall already has considerable interest Given his powerful numbers with the Chanticcleers.threw McCall 8,019 yards and 78 touchdowns Three seasons under Jamie Chadwell on the Coastal Carolina, I visited Auburn. 〇Other Power Five programs are expected to be in the works.
6. Dominic Lovett, WR, Missouri
Lovette teeth One of the top transfers of this cycle after entering the portal earlier this month The quick pass catcher already has a list of potential suitors, sources tell 247Sports. Lovett announced in November he was later moved on from the tigers He finished the 2022 season with 56 catches for 846 yards, leading the team in both categories. and Juice Wells, South Carolina.
Karl Read said at 247Sports: Transfer Portal Palooza Show Lovett is “one of the most dynamic weapons” on the transfer market, and he believes Deion Sanders and Colorado could top his list of options. The Buffaloes will also participate in the acquisition of USF wideout Jimmy Hawn Jr., who has attracted interest from Texas A&M and Penn State.
7. Hudson Card, QB, Texas
Card has been approached by over a dozen shows interested in his services for the 2023 season. Card made frequent trips to Texas throughout the 2022 season. Quinn Ewers Under second-year head coach Steve Sarkisian, cHe completed 69.4% of his 928-yard passes with 6 touchdowns and 1 interception this season. Opportunity awaits, because in his 2023 he’s a weirdo with the return of Ewers and the arrival of five-star freshman Arch Manning. Card added some big runs against Alabama, as he completed 158 yards on 14 of 22 passes and a foot injury hobbled him in September.
8. RaRa Thomas, WR, Mississippi
During the 2022 regular season, the 6-foot-2-inch, 200-pound Thomas racked up 626 receiving yards for Mississippi. The former 247Sports three-star prospect ranked second on the team in touchdown catches (7) and tied for fourth in receptions (44).Thomas is part of his 2021 class in Mississippi. Yes, and was added late to its haul. Thomas was originally committed to South Carolina State, but following a coaching change with the Gamecocks that season, he eventually signed with Mississippi State.
9. Dorian Singer, WR, Arizona
Singer appeared in all 12 games in 11 starts in his second season with the Wildcats. He posted a breakout year in yards and receptions marking his first 1,000-plus season. down and was one of the first two Arizona wide receivers to gain 1,000 or more yards in the same season in show history.
10. Ajani Cornelius, OL, Rhode Island
The two programs, Nebraska and Oregon, are most closely tied to Ajani Cornelius, one of the Portal’s top offensive linemen. According to Brian Dohn, offers have poured in since Cornelius announced his decision to enter the portal on November 29th. He told 247Sports that there are several factors he considers.
“The first thing I want to see is people,” said Cornelius. “Am I happy with my coaches? The impression they make and from there, can I come in and fight for the starter spot? Nothing, but I just want a good chance to fight for a starting spot.
“Finding a good school where I feel comfortable. Then I want to play football.”