Another college football week in the books and more transfers making a huge impact. Here are some standouts from week two that stood out to me.
WR Jordan Addison, USC
Two touchdowns in his first PAC 12 matchup in a rout of Stanford shows how dangerous the Pitt transfer is going to be with fellow transfer Caleb Williams.
RB Khalan Laborn, Marshall
Laborn led the way for Marshall’s upset over Notre Dame with 31 carries for 163 yards and a score. He’s come a long way since being kicked off the FSU roster.
RB Jahmyr Gibbs, Alabama
The running game was stuffed but he was electric in the passing game with nine catches for 74 yards and a score. The Georgia Tech transfer is their best weapon.
LB Drew Sanders, Arkansas
In a huge SEC win, Sanders had 11 tackles and two sacks showing what he wasn’t able to at Alabama.
WR Bru McCoy, Tennessee
He’s finally cleared and the USC transfer is a problem. He had 4 catches for 58 yards in the win over Pitt and he’s just starting to scratch the surface.
RB Tiyon Evans, Louisville
Louisville’s season was on the line at UCF and the Tennessee transfer had 75 yards and a score in the win.
WR Antwane Wells, South Carolina
The Gamecocks lost but the James Madison transfer had eight catches for 189 yards and a score against Arkansas.
LB Daiyan Hanley, Washington State
In a big upset over Wisconsin the Nevada transfer had nine tackles with 1.5 for a loss.