Power Ranking each SEC team’s performance in the transfer portal

FanSided college football writer Josh Yourish ranks all 16 SEC teams on their additions and their losses in the transfer portal this offseason.

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. . 528. . . Outgoing: 13. Kentucky. Incoming: 10. . 3

After bringing in Will Levis and Devin Leary back-to-back, Mark Stoops clearly has developed an affinity for transfer portal quarterbacks. This offseason he may have struck gold again with a highly-touted backup as he did with Levis.

Leary’s performance was underwhelming as the Wildcats went 7-6, so Stoops went out and got former five-star Brock Vandagriff from Georgia. Vandagriff lost a quarterback battle with Carsen Beck last offseason, but now he has a chance to prove himself as an SEC starter. 

Stoops also got Jamon Dumas-Johnson from Georgia to lead his defense and provided Vandagriff with a few weapons, North Texas’s Ja’Mori Maclin, a dynamic receiver who had a 1,000-yard season in 2023, and Chip Traynum, former Ohio State running back. Vandagriff’s blindside will be protected by former Tennessee Volunteer Gerald Mincey.