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RANKINGS: Top 10 Wide Receiver Transfers



The transfer portal is non-stop but it’s winding down for this cycle as we get closer to August 1st. Here are the top 10 wide receiver gets in the portal rated by impact.

1. Jordan Addison, USC

It doesn’t get much bigger than the returning Biletnikoff winner headed to your program. Addison had 100 catches for 1,593 yards and 17 scores last season at Pitt.

2. Jermaine Burton, Alabama 

Burton had two very solid years at Georgia, and the former 4-star recruit has shown that he can perform at a high level in the SEC already. It’s a great addition for the Tide who need to replace their top two targets from last season.

3. Isaiah Neyor, Texas

Last year, Neyor was a touchdown machine for Wyoming, scoring 13 times and showing off big play ability. He averaged over 20 yards per reception, and will pair with Xavier Worthy to form an explosive duo for new quarterback Quinn Ewers.

4. Jacob Cowing, Arizona

The former UTEP receiver is coming off of a huge 2021 campaign where he caught 69 passes for 1,354 yards and eight total touchdowns. He’ll be the unquestioned WR1 from the get-go in Tucson and should put up some big numbers with fellow transfer Jayden de Laura throwing him the ball.

5. Jadon Haselwood, Arkansas

Haselwood has all the talent in the world – there’s a reason we had him as the number four player in the country coming out of high school. He’s got a huge frame and can go up and get the ball with the best of them, but he has yet to show consistency at the college level. Despite that, this is still a great pickup for the Razorbacks who need to replace Treylon Burks. Haselwood played at Oklahoma.

6. Mario Williams, USC

The 2021 five-star prospect showed some flashes as a true freshman last year at Oklahoma, but he’s headed to LA along with Lincoln Riley and Caleb Williams and is such a perfect fit for both scheme and team. He’s going to be a stud for the Trojans.

7. Tyler Harrell, Alabama

Harrell is a deep threat who averaged 29.1 yards per catch last season at Louisville and scored six touchdowns.

8. Taj Harris, Rutgers

He showed his ability to dominate in his years at Syracuse and last season before entering the portal. He has size and is very tangy and athletic.

9. Jacob Copeland, Maryland

The Florida transfer had 41 catches for 642 yards last season and four scores and he should be a bigger focus in the Terps offense.

10. Mitchell Tinsley, Penn State

He had 87 catches for 1,402 yards and 14 scores last year at Western Kentucky and he will be the big WR Penn State has lacked.


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