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Most Impactful Non-QB Transfers for Each Pac-12 Team

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It’s not always quarterbacks that make the most impact in the transfer portal as teams like Alabama, Georgia, Cincinnati and others can attest. Here are the most impactful non-QBs for each school continuing with the Pac-12.

Arizona — WR Jacob Cowing

The UTEP star should be the No. 1 target for a Arizona air attack and could put up monster numbers even in what looks like a rough season.

Arizona State — DT Nesta Jade Silvera

Help is needed with some losses on the interior defensive line and the former Miami Hurricane has the talent and gap shooting ability to make an impact.

Cal — LB Jackson Sirmon

Talk about an underrated in conference transfer, Sirmon will be huge as a tackling machine for this Cal defense.

Colorado — WR RJ Sneed

Colorado didn’t add a ton through the portal but the speed from the Baylor transfer should help right off.

Oregon — RB Mar’Kiese Irving

Oregon lost Travis Dye but Irving lessens the blow as he showed great promise at Minnesota.

Oregon State — RB Jamious Griffin

The Georgia Tech transfer has a chance to quietly make some noise as the Beavers have been very selective in the portal.

Stanford — S Patrick Fields

Fields brings a ton of experience from Oklahoma and knows the Lincoln Riley offense well. That doesn’t mean Stanford will pull the upset but it can’t hurt.

UCLA — WR Titus Mokiao-Atimalala

The UCF receiver was supposed to reunite with Dillon Gabriel before he de-committed for OU but Dorian Thompson-Robinson is just fine.

USC — WR Jordan Addison

Not much needs to be said here. One of the top receivers in the nation will make Caleb Williams adjustment easy.

Utah — LB Mohamoud Diabate

Devin Lloyd is gone but the Florida transfer brings experience and will help lessen the blow.

Washington — LB Cam Bright

Coming over from Pitt he will help replace some key losses at the position.

Washington State — S Jordan Lee

He’s played 46 games in college and his experience at Nevada will allow him to plug in immediately.

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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