The college football regular season is in the books, which means the College Bowl Games are set, the Heisman Trophy will be hoisted soon and a new College Football Playoff champion will be crowned in the next month.
This also means it’s time for the College Football Transfer Portal, which has turned into its own event, right up there with National Signing Day and the New Year’s Six Bowls.
This year’s College Football Transfer Portal started Monday, Dec. 4, 2023 and goes until Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2024.
In 2022, there were nearly 1,300 undergraduates to transfer from one FBS football school to another.
Here is a look at some of the big names entering the transfer portal this year:
Kyle McCord from Ohio State
Aidan Chiles from Oregon State to Michigan State
Dante Moore from UCLA
Cameron Ward from Washington State
Riley Leonard from Duke to Notre Dame
Brock Vandagriff from Georgia
Dylan Gabriel from Oklahoma
DJ Uiagalelei from Oregon State
Treshaun Ward from Kansas State
Donald Chaney Jr. from Miami
Jordon Simmons from Michigan State
Evan Pryor from Ohio State
London Humphreys from Vanderbilt to Georgia
Deion Burks from Purdue
Antwane Wells from South Carolina
Julian Fleming from Ohio State
Tobias Merriweather from Notre Dame to Washington
Keyshawn Blackstock from Michigan State to Arkansas
Zeke Correll from Notre Dame
Zach Carpenter from Indiana
Carter Smith from Indiana
Spencer Brown from Michigan State
Walter Nolen from Texas A&M
RJ Oben from Duke
NaNa Osafo-Mensah from Notre Dame
Chris Paul Jr. from Arkansas
Jaishawn Barham from Maryland
Reid Carrico from Ohio State
Toriano Pride from Clemson
Brandon Turnage from Tennessee
Kamari Wilson from Florida
Parker Lewis (K) from Ohio State
Tahveon Nicholson (ATH) from Illinois
Alex Bacchetta (P) from Michigan State
Hank Pepper (LS) from Michigan State
Christine Lake is a sports fanatic who lives and breathes athletics. With an extensive background in sports journalism, he covers everything from major league championships to grassroots sports events. When she’s not on the field or at the stadium, you’ll find Christine coaching youth sports teams.