Top SEC newcomers for the 2022 College Football season

The NCAA transfer portal has changed college football. It seems like every fan, expert, coach and player has an opinion on the portal and the number of players that have utilized it to move from one program to another.

Some love it, some hate it.

One may argue that it allows the rich to get even richer, while others believe it allows for talent to disperse across the nation throughout various levels of football.

The SEC has proven to benefit greatly from the transfer portal and the upcoming 2022 season will likely continue the trend.

Jaxson Dart, QB (USC to Ole Miss)

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The former four-star recruit from the class of 2021 was highly sought after during his original recruitment and in his brief time spent in the transfer portal. He will now be coached by Lane Kiffin at Ole Miss as he enters his second year at the collegiate level.

Jahmyr Gibbs, RB (Georgia Tech to Alabama)

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Jahmyr Gibbs was one of the best running backs in all of college football in 2021. Georgia Tech loses a star following an extremely tough year, but Alabama gains one of the best there is in a position the Crimson Tide lacks strong depth in.

Zach Evans, RB (TCU to Ole Miss)

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Zach Evans is one of the nation’s best young backs. Now, he joins Jaxson Dart and Lane Kiffin at Ole Miss to create what could be a very scary offense.

Jadon Haselwood, WR (Oklahoma to Arkansas)

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Haselwood, a playmaker for the Sooners, left the program, joining numerous former teammates to leave the program following head coach Lincoln Riley departure. He now joins a Sam Pittman-led Arkansas team that is quickly rising up SEC rankings.

O’Cyrus Torrence, OL (ULL to Florida)

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In his first season as head coach at Florida, Billy Napier will look to…


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