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Ranking the Best Incoming Transfers in the SEC

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1. CB Elias RicksLSU to Alabama — A former five star and a future first rounder landed from a division rival? That’s as big as it gets.

2. QB Spencer Rattler – Oklahoma to South Carolina — The Gamecocks needed a marquee quarterback and Shane Beamer’s previous relationship with Rattler has him starting in Columbia now.

3. RB Jahmyr Gibbs – Georgia Tech to Alabama — Alabama needs a running back so they just head to Atlanta and take the best player on the Georgia Tech roster.

4. RB Zach Evans – TCU to Ole Miss — Evans is an explosive as it gets at the running back position and in a Lane Kiffin offense he could be scary.

5. WR Jermaine Burton — Georgia to Alabama — I love this get for Alabama and think he wins a natty with the Tide a year after a natty with Georgia.

6. WR Jadon Haselwood – Oklahoma to Arkansas — Treylon Burks is gone but Haselwood could be a great replacement with his size and potential.

7. OT O’Cyrus Torrence – Louisiana to Florida — Billy Napier brings the elite OL with him to the Gators and he’s a plug and play star.

8. QB Jayden Daniels – Arizona State to LSU — This may sound high because he may not even win the job but with the QB situation at LSU he was a huge get for Brian Kelly.

9. DB Andre Turrentine – Ohio State to Tennessee — I lowkey love this get for the Vols as he heads back home and will make an immediate impact.

10. DL Jayson Jones – Oregon to Auburn — Big men who can move are hard to find and he’s a really good one.

Known as “The Godfather” of recruiting, Farrell joins The Portal Report after a stellar 24-year run with recruiting site Rivals. Farrell has covered football at all three levels, with national TV experience and over 20 years serving as Rivals’ National Recruiting Director.

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