Top available college football transfer portal tight ends

We have been keeping a close eye on the transfer portal and although it seems most of the transfer flurry has passed by, we are expecting more names to be added into the mix after spring ball. Hopefully, we don’t see any Ohio State guys add their name to the portal, but the reality of college football in 2022 shows it to be more likely than not.

The Buckeyes have added two transfers and both were to the defensive side of the ball, but it wouldn’t be crazy to see Ohio State add some offensive pieces if it can figure out the scholarship numbers game. With the departure of Jeremy Ruckert, the tight end position looks like a possible weakness for next season with Mitch Rossi and Joe Royer expected to be the major points in the rotation. The following are the top five available tight ends within the transfer portal.

Desmond Daniels, Louisville

As you see above, Desmond Daniels did not light up the stat sheet during his two seasons at Louisville, but at 6-foot, 2-inches, and 220-pounds, Daniels has a large enough frame to add more size and play on the offensive line, which was the intention of Louisville. It appears Daniels has already announced his intentions to enroll at Bethune-Cookman, but after transferring from Louisville mid-season, Daniels has some intriguing skills.

Dekalen Goodson, Houston

Dekalen Goodson was expected to see a much bigger role this season after seeing action in eight games in 2020. He was recruited as a linebacker, but the 6-foot, 2-inches, 240-pound athlete made the move to tight end shortly after arriving in Houston and has some interesting potential.

Matt Bjorson, Indiana

Sep 18, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana, USA; Indiana Hoosiers tight end Matt Bjorson (89) jumps in an attempt to catch a pass in front of Cincinnati Bearcats safety Bryan Cook (6) in the last minutes of the game at Memorial Stadium….


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