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The Nation’s Top College Football Transfers from Week Six

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This week, we saw huge performances from transfers all over the country, from all levels of college football.

Let’s rank the top performances of the week!

THOMAS CASTELLANOS – BOSTON COLLEGE

Castellanos didn’t ave astonishing passing stats on Saturday, but ran all over the field. He rushed for 142 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Army. Castellanos even rushed for the game-winning touchdown in the final minute, closing out the ‘W.’

PRINCE DORBAH – ARIZONA STATE 

Dorbah, an Arizona State defensive lineman, picked up seven tackles (four solo), 3.5 tackles for loss, and 2.5 sacks against Colorado in Tempe.

ISMAIL MAHDI – TEXAS STATE

Mahdi makes the list again! This week, the Texas State athlete put up 188 rushing yards and a touchdown, while also catching one pass for nine yards.

TYRE SHELTON – LOUISIANA TECH

Shelton, a Miami (OH) transfer, rushed for 118 yards and two touchdowns on Saturday.

ANTHONY SIMPSON – UMASS

Simpson, an Arizona wide receiver transfer, caught seven passes for 140 yards and a touchdown.

CHANDLER ROGERS – NORTH TEXAS

Rogers completed 78.3% of his pass attempts, throwing for 215 yards and one touchdown.

HAYDEN WOLFF – WESTERN MICHIGAN

Wolff, an Old Dominion transfer, threw for 262 yards and three touchdowns on Saturday in WMU’s loss to Mississippi State.

DYLAN MCDUFFIE – KANSAS

McDuffie found the end zone twice while also churning out 91 yards on the ground on Saturday.

GRAHAM MERTZ – FLORIDA

Mertz led the Gators to a lopsided win over Vanderbilt, throwing for 254 yards and three touchdowns.

LOGAN DIGGS – LSU

Diggs. a Notre Dame transfer, rushed for 134 yards and a TD in LSU’s win over Mizzou.

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