The latest trends for top transfer portal quarterbacks

Oregon State quarterback Aidan Chiles carries the ball during the spring showcase at Reser Stadium, April 22, 2023, in Corvallis, Oregon.
Oregon State quarterback Aidan Chiles carries the ball during the spring showcase at Reser Stadium, April 22, 2023, in Corvallis, Oregon. /
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Tyler Van Dyke

Former Miami quarterback Tyler Van Dyke was a hot commodity last offseason as some programs tried to entice him into the transfer portal.

This time around, he entered on his own accord. The interest has been there but none of the blue-bloods have come calling. Van Dyke visited Wisconsin over the weekend. The Badgers need a new starting quarterback as badly as Van Dyke needed a change of scenery.

Van Dyke has 54 touchdown passes over the past three seasons and in the Phil Longo offense, one that Drake Maye shined in at North Carolina, Van Dyke could thrive.

Will Rogers

Rogers has the second-most passing yards in SEC history with 12,315 yards. He also has 94 touchdown passes compared to 28 interceptions.

The former Mississippi State starter is expected to visit Washington this weekend. All of the crystal ball projections are trending in favor of the Huskies and Kalen DeBoer did a spectacular job of getting the most out of Michael Penix.

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Rogers to Washington feels like the sure thing that Leonard was to Notre Dame, which as of Tuesday, turned into a commitment.