Wednesday’s Top College Football Transfer Portal Commits
With college football’s “Dead Period” coming into effect on December 19 – meaning coaches are no longer allowed to contact or host visits for prospective recruits until January 12 – many in the transfer portal have taken this opportunity to officially announce commitments.
Over the weekend and into Monday alone we saw 130+ portal recruits declare for new programs and both Tuesday and Wednesday have been no different. Here’s a breakdown of some of college football’s top transfer portal commitments from throughout Wednesday and which schools they each ended up with.
OL – Cameron Wire (Tulane)
DB – Tyrell Grayson (Colorado State)
DL – Allan Haye (Temple)
RB – Lorenzo Lingard (Akron)
DL – Pooda Walker (Kennesaw State)
WR – Jadon Thompson (Louisville)
- Spent three seasons in Cincinnati where he managed 27 receptions for 393 receiving yards and a touchdown during his junior year.
RB – Alex Berrouet (Maine)
DB – Kameryn Alexander (UTSA)
DL – Austin Fontaine (Charlotte)
WR – Craig Burt (Missouri State)
WR – Logan Tomlinson (New Hampshire)
RB – Ismail Mahdi (Texas State)
RB – Jaquez Yant (Florida A&M)
- In three seasons at Nebraska, Yant carried 64 rushing attempts for 350 yards with 3 touchdowns across his sophomore and junior campaigns.
OL – Oliver Jervis (Colorado State)
DL – Devante Keys (Louisiana-Monroe)
RB – Deon Silas (Rhode Island)
DL – Antonio Colclough (Monmouth)
DL – Dre Butler (Michigan State)
- Spent two seasons at Auburn and one at Liberty where the 6-foot-5 defensive tackle started 13 games while contributing 23 total tackles and a fumble recovery.
OL – Jonathan Bass (Charlotte)
DB – Jamier Johnson (Indiana)
OL – Lamar Robinson (Georgia State)
QB – Paul Tyson (Clemson)
- Former Alabama recruit and Arizona State transfer who started 5 career games for the Crimson Tide and one for the Sun Devils going 10/16 on completions for 150 yards.
DE – Aeneas DiCosmo (Vanderbilt)
DL – Devin Phillips (Kansas)
QB – Eli Stowers (New Mexico State)
DL – Darian Varner (Virginia Tech)
- Had a standout redshirt-sophomore season for Temple with 35 total tackles and 7.5 sacks including a forced fumble and a recovery.
DB – Tyron Herring (Delaware)
WE – Malachi Holt-Bennett (UAB)
QB – Jace Wilson (Texas Southern)
DL – John Morgan (Arkansas)
- The former Pittsburgh Panther racked up a stat line of 73 total tackles, 14 sacks, two passes defended, and three forced fumbles in his five years at Acrisure Stadium.
DE – Trevion Sneed (Northwestern State)
DB – Aamir Hall (Albany)
DB – Ubayd Steed (Southern Illinois)
DB – Malone Mataele (Utah State)
WR – Jimmy Calloway (Louisville)
LB – Sergio Allen (California)
OL – Landon Bebee (Colorado)
DB – Boogsie Silvera (McNeese State)
RB – Byron Cardwell (California)
LB – Brandon Buckner (Middle Tennessee)
DB – Kamron Smith (Samford)
OL – Elias De Leon (Texas A&M-Commerce)
OL – Romello Watson (Campbell)
DL – Thomas Gore (Miami)
- Played four seasons for Georgia State helping the Panthers to three bowl games with a combined 94 total tackles, 11 sacks, and two forced fumbles.
DB – Ron Hardge (Colorado State)
WR – Mason Pierce (Marshall)
LB – Sebastian Sagar (Stephen F. Austin)
RB – Jaren Mangham (Michigan State)
- Having spent time at both Colorado and USF, the Spartans commit is a 1,000+ yard rusher with 300+ carries in his career for 23 rushing touchdowns across his four seasons.
WR – Da’Quan Felton (Virginia Tech)
WR – Kaleb Smith (Notre Dame)
DL – Isaiah Bagnah (BYU)
QB – Emroy Jones (Cincinnati)
QB – Mikey Keene (Fresno State)
- As a freshman starter at UCF, the former three-star prospect completed 173 passes on 272 attempts for 1,730 passing yards and 17 touchdowns, throwing just 6 interceptions.
TE – Keaton Upshaw (Georgia Southern)
OL – Max Longman (Indiana)
DL – Tunmise Adeleye (Michigan State)
DB – Gavin Holmes (Texas)
QB – Owen McCown (UTSA)
WR – Jaden Bradley (Charlotte)
DB – Davon Ferguson (Georgia Southern)
OL – Xavier Hill (Memphis)
DL – Dion Wilson (New Mexico State)
WR – Abdul Ibrahim (Bowling Green)
RB – Malik Jackson (Jacksonville State)
DB – Corey Collier (Nebraska)
QB – Demeatric Crenshaw (Tennessee State)
LB – Keenan Pili (Tennessee)
- As a three year starter for BYU, the Utah native contributed 191 total tackles, 3.5 sacks, four passes defended, and two fumble recoveries.
DL – Jermaine Williams (Stonehill)
WR – Jamari Gassett (Florida A&M)
DL – Andre Carter (Indiana)
QB – Colby Suits (Houston Christian)
K – Casey Magyar (Ohio State)