Offering up predictions on where some of the top-ranked college football transfer portal quarterbacks will end up.
There is no shortage of big-name quarterbacks available in the college football transfer portal. Whether it’s Kyle McCord, a guy who won 11 games for Ohio State this past season, or Dillon Gabriel, there are some program-changing talents available.
Things are all starting to take shape in the quarterback transfer portal market. There have been a few moves made already such as Brock Vandagriff committing to Kentucky or Tyler Shough announcing his decision to play for Louisville.
Where will some of the other top-ranked transfer portal quarterbacks end up? Here’s a prediction for eight impact quarterbacks in the transfer portal.
Cameron Ward: Ohio State
Ward has a bunch of suitors and that’s to be expected after 48 touchdown passes in two seasons at Washington State. USC makes sense but so does Ohio State.
The Buckeyes will have one of the most talented wide receiver rooms in college football once again, even after the loss of their top three pass catchers from this past season.
Ward would be an ideal fit for Ryan Day’s offense, which likes to push the ball down the field, and on some level, it makes too much sense for both sides, although keep an eye on USC.
Dante Moore: Michigan
Ohio State, Miami, Michigan, and Oregon are all in the mix for Dante Moore. What’s interesting is that the former five-star quarterback has said that he doesn’t need to start in 2024, according to a report from Chad Simmons of On3.com.
That’s great news for Michigan, especially if J.J. McCarthy returns. His decision won’t impact their pursuit of Moore, which isn’t something you can say about most transfer portal quarterbacks.
Ohio State and Miami offer better chances to play right away. Oregon is a good fit too, but Michigan seems like the perfect place for Moore to develop and start in 2025.