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College Football Transfer Portal List: Linebackers 12/2



The Portal Report College Football Transfer Portal Player List

The Portal Report’s transfer tracker includes the players currently in the portal and those who have recently announced their intentions enter the portal.

Here are the linebackers who have either pledged to enter or have already entered the portal.


LB Jamil Muhammad – Georgia St

LB Terrence Lewis – UCF

LB KJ Cloyd – Louisville

LB Ernest Hausmann – Nebraska

LB Tyquan King – North Carolina A&T

LB Wendell Davis Jr. – Northwestern

LB Harold Miles III – Central Conn. St

LB Ahmad McCullough – Maryland

LB Jyaire Stevens – Lafayette

LB Joe Andreessen – Bryant

LB Justin Wright – Tulsa

LB Nate Norris – Lehigh

LB Juan DelaCruz – WIU

LB Eriq Gilyard – Kansas

LB Jordan Revels – Texas St

LB Rocky Shelton – Duke

LB Sebastian Benjamin – St. Francis PA

LB Antonio Grier – USF

LB Ryan Selig – WMU

LB Scott Valentas – Columbia

LB Tyler King – Stony Brook

LB Jerome Rice III – Charleston Southern

LB Marco Olivas – Lafayette

LB Elijah Anderson-Taylor – Northern Colorado

LB Colin Bohanek – EIU

LB Stone Snyder – VMI

LB Chandler Martin – ETSU

LB Damien Jackson – Illinois State 

LB Jayden Barfield – Alcorn State

LB Jonathan Melvin – Penn

LB Ben Allen – Bucknell

LB Tyler Jackson – Lamar

LB Tobe Umerah – Stanford

LB Gilbert Frierson – Miami

LB Demetrius Knight – Georgia Tech

LB Cory Gildersleeve – Central Michigan

DE/LB Jake Heimlicher – Penn

LB Garrett Mathis – Penn

LB BJ Davis – SC State

LB Foday Jalloh – EIU

LB Joseph Wete – Oklahoma

LB Tyler Morris – Navy

OLB KD Dawson – App. State

LB Adrian Owens – Lamar

Check out the full list of players below.

College Football Transfer Portal Player/Pledge List


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