2022 College Football All-Transfer Portal Team

The top players in the college football transfer portal for the 2022 season … for now. Who’ll make the biggest impact?

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In the largest transfer of personnel in college football history, over 2,000 players have entered the portal since last summer.

Tons of familiar faces are ready to make noise in different places with this group likely to make the biggest instant impact. The guys below are particularly poised for stardom at their respective new campuses.

2022 College Football Schedules: All 131 Teams

Head Coach Lincoln Riley, USC

(via USC) – Brian Kelly going from Notre Dame to LSU was big, and there were obvious other major coaching changes, but no move made a bigger shift than Riley going to LA to restore the glory at USC.

QB Caleb Williams, USC

(via Oklahoma) – Now that he’s reunited with Lincoln Riley in L.A., Williams has the tools to be the most exciting Trojan QB… ever.

RB Jahmyr Gibbs, Alabama

(via Georgia Tech) – Bryce Young’s newest weapon is an explosive all-around playmaker and an elite option in the passing game.

RB Travis Dye, USC

(via Oregon) – Pac-12 defenses must again deal with Dye, who was second in league rushing, caught 46 passes and scored 18 times in 2021.

WR Jacob Cowing, Arizona

(via UTEP) – Arizona native comes home to help ignite an offense that’s also added Washington State QB Jayden de Laura and blue-chip WR recruit Tetairoa McMillan.

WR Isaiah Neyor, Texas

(via Wyoming) – The Horns’ revamped passing game now includes Neyor, who averaged 21.6 yards per catch in two seasons with run-first Wyoming.

TE Jahleel Billingsley, Texas

(via Alabama) – Sark reunites with Billingsley, a former 4-star field-stretcher who totaled 37 receptions for 559 yards and six touchdowns in three years in Tuscaloosa.

OT Kingsley Suamataia, BYU

(via Oregon) – One of the most…


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