Which college football teams did the best on the transfer portal during the 2022 offseason? Here are eight that stood out.
Some FBS college football teams made major transfers this offseason, which for some teams began in December.
Higher-level Power Five college football programs are looking to compete for championships next season, while other programs, mostly Group Five schools, are looking to become bowling eligible and, in some cases, making a statement. next season to be selected for a New Year’s Six. bowl game.
Some programs have lost many players when they entered the transfer portal, but some have also managed to win over student-athletes who can help them compete night and night next season to join their program.
These Team Transfer Portal Power Rankings this offseason will be evaluated and determined on the various teams that have benefited the most from improving their programs for the 2022 season.
Some student-athletes will continue to enter the transfer portal, especially after the end of the spring ball, and even some have graduated and intend to become graduate transfers. There are also other reasons and specific football programs are embracing the transfer portal while some head coaches may not favor the rules, procedures, and general concept of what it does in the college football landscape.
Regardless of opinions on the impact of the transfer portal and how it affects the landscape of college football, a team can either be heavily impacted negatively by key players leaving their program, or a team can add important players from the transfer portal. transfer to increase their chances of success in the coming season.
A key note is that these off-season rankings are based on student-athletes who transferred from December, when the regular season ended for most teams, until the time these rankings are released. Even though student-athletes transferred during the season, the Team Transfer Power Ranking is for those who transferred this calendar year during the offseason.
Here’s a look at the Squad Transfer Portal rankings for the 2022 offseason.
Incoming transfers: Jack Bobo (Duke), Laiatu Latu (Washington), Gary Smith (Duke), Beau Taylor (Ball State), Darius Muasau (Hawaii), Titus Mokiao-Atimalaia (UCF), Azizi Hearn (Wyoming), Raiqwon O’Neal ( Rutgers), Jacob Sykes (Harvard), Gabriel Murphy (North Texas), Grayson Murphy (North Texas), Jaylin Davies (Oregon) and Jaylan Jeffers (Oregon).
Entered the transfer portal: AJ Campbell (Kent State), Myles Turner (Indiana), Luke Akers (Northwestern), Parker McQuarrie (Independence CC), DJ Warnell (Arizona), Sharmar Martin, Kajiya Hollawayne (Grambling State), John Ward, Keontez Lewis ( Wisconsin), Tyler Kiehne (New Mexico), Tiaoalii Savea (Arizona), Chase Cota (Oregon), Jay Shaw (Wisconsin), Mitchell Agude (Miami), Josh Moore, Patrick Jolly (Abilene Christian), Caleb Johnson (Miami) , Odua Isibor (California) and Christian Burkhalter (Georgia Tech).
Incoming transfers: Cade Fortin (South Florida), Jadon Haselwood (Oklahoma), Landon Jackson (LSU), Drew Sanders (Alabama), Dwight McGlothern (LSU), Latavious Brini (Georgia), Jordan Domineck (Georgia Tech), Terry Hampton (State of Arkansas), and Matt Landers (Toledo).
Entered the transfer portal: Solomon Wright (Oklahoma State), Vito Calvaruso (Wisconsin), Andy Boykin, JT Towers, Jermaine Hamilton-Jordan, Darin Turner (Alabama A&M), Ray Curry Jr., Kendall Catalon, Devin Bush, Jalen Williams (Southern Miss), Joe Foucha (LSU), Greg Brooks Jr. (LSU), Trelon Smith (UTSA), Andrew Parker (Appalachia State), Nick Turner (Toledo), Mataio Soli (Hawaii), Lucas Coley (Houston), Dorian Gerald and Kelin Burrle .