1. Walker Howard, QB, LSU
General arrangement of transportation: No. 32
Howard I entered the gate last week After playing behind Jaden Daniels and Jarrett Neusmayer this season at LSU. Three 247Sports Crystal Ball predictions point to Ole Miss for first A four-star prospect in the class of 2022. He is ranked No. 91 as a producer for Lafayette (Los Angeles) St. Thomas More. He was the No. 6 quarterback and Louisiana’s No. 6 player overall. The young caller got plenty of offers as an employee, earning scholarships from Alabama, Arkansas, Michigan State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Penn State, Texas A&M, and USC.
2. Sam Howard, QB, Washington
General arrangement of transportation: No. 115
Howard, the son of former NFL quarterback Brock Howard, was a highly regarded prospect for the Huskies, but playing behind Michael Bennix Jr., a standout on the Heisman squad for the 2023 season, said playing time meant something to him.
“I was definitely back and forth,” Howard said. “Before the bowl game, I was inclined to think I might get into the gate after the season. Being down (in San Antonio for Washington’s Alamo Bowl), I was like, “I love this place so much,” and it’s just been a back-and-forth deal for the last couple of weeks and I think, in the end, I made up my mind a couple of nights ago, and I kind of decided this was going to be my decision and kind of It’s weighing all the options and trying to get the emotional side out of it and looking at it the best way I can, from a business standpoint, and doing what I have to do that’s best for me and my life right now and my future in college football.”
3. Kahn Berong, TE, Notre Dame
General arrangement of transportation: No. 155
Wisconsin It is said to be in the mix For Perong, who entered the gate in December. tThe 6-foot-3, 243-pounder from Hartwell, Georgia, signed with the Fighting Irish as part of the class of 2021 but will finish his playing career elsewhere. Berong played in three games during his freshman season in 2021. He saw games against Wisconsin, Cincinnati, and Virginia Tech. In 2022, Perong has only appeared in five shots. He has played in fewer than four matches this season.
4. Spencer Sanders, QB, Oklahoma State
General arrangement of transportation: No. 156
Sanders The gate came in December after four seasons as Mike Gundy starting in Stillwater, Oklahoma, and the latest indications are that the former Cowboys signal caller may be SEC-bound. Pete Tamil reported Jan. 2 on College GameDay that Auburn and Ole Miss have expressed interest in Sanders, who led Oklahoma State to 12 wins and a Big 12 Championship Game appearance through the 2021 season. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Sanders has started for the Cowboys in each of the past four seasons. He threw for 9,553 yards in his career to go along with 67 touchdowns, but those numbers came with inconsistent play. Turnovers were a problem – especially early in his Cowboys career – Sanders committed 40 interceptions during Oklahoma State.
5. Truman Jones, DL, Harvard
General arrangement of transportation: No. 190
Florida and Miami were Jones’ starters Stepping into the gate after the 2022 season, 247Sports insiders reports. He was a team captain at Harvard this season and led the team with six sacks and 13 tackles for loss in 10 games. He also blocked three kicks on special teams.
6. Marquis Robinson, DL, Auburn
General arrangement of transportation: No. 198
Robinson, one of the highest-rated players in Auburn’s class of 2021, entered the gate this past January before pulling his name three months later. As a result, he missed all of spring training. He returned to the gate after the 2022 season in December. Robinson appeared in only two games this season, recording only two tackles. He was one of an exodus of players with the intent to leave Auburn after Brian Harsin was fired and Hugh Freese was hired to finish 2022.
7. Juan Paul, CB, ECU
General arrangement of transportation: No. 215
Powell, who is starting at safety part-time with ECU, entered the gate on January 6th. Powell has spent the past four seasons with the Pirates, compiling 113 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, two picks, and four pass breakups. He has two years of eligibility remaining. Stephen Eggo pointed out that A.JAccording to sources, “Powell left the team in the first half of Birmingham Bowl’s win over Coastal Carolina on Dec. 28. He played the second half and was not present at the postgame celebration.”
8. Chance Nolan, QB, Oregon State
General arrangement of transportation: No. 274
Nolan is among the most proven The passer is in the transfer gate and is currently ranked as the fourth best quarterback available. Playing 12 games as a starter with the Beavers in 2021, Nolan threw for 2,677 yards and 19 touchdowns while completing 64.7% of his passes. He also ranked 31st nationally in ESPN’s QBR metric.
“Being a more experienced guy, I am really looking for a fit that will allow me to show my ability in the game industry,” said Nolan in an interview with Chris Hammer of 247Sports. “I have high aspirations to play to the next level, and I want to help improve the program.”
9. Chris Thomas, DL, FL
General arrangement of transportation: No. 275
According to Swamp247And Thomas’ only season at Florida under the guidance of head coach Billy Napier was somewhat unorthodox. With wide future Finley Graham And safety Mordecai McDanielAnd Thomas was one of three players kicked off the team on June 22 due to what multiple sources told Swamp247 was a disciplinary issue. A former three-star prospect, Thomas of Fort Myers (FL) Dunbar ranks 441st overall and 54th among defensive linemen in the class of 2021, per 247 Sports.
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