Running list of midseason redshirts who intend to transfer

Running list of midseason redshirts who intend to transfer

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Josh FleeksRB, Baylor
Date Entered: 10-4-22

A four-star prospect from the 2018 class, Fleeks played a variety of roles during his time with the Bears. He played slot receiver, returned kicks and actually switched to running back ahead of the 2022 season. Though, he received only three carries this year before opting to transfer.

Jarrett PaulBC, Kansas
Date Entered: 9-29-22

Paul came to Kansas this offseason as a transfer from Eastern Michigan. The 6-foot, 192-pound cornerback played 46 defensive snaps for the Jayhawks before opting to transfer. Initially a Rutgers signed out of high school, Paul posted 46 tackles and 6 assists defended in 2021 for the Eagles.

Hank BachmeierQB, Boise State
Date Entered: 9-27-22

The most recognizable name in the portal thus far, Bachmeier departed Boise State following the firing of Broncos offensive coordinator Tim Plow. Bachmeier threw for 6,605 yards and 41 touchdowns in his four-year starting career.

Gary BryantWR, USC
Date Entered: N / A

USC head coach lincoln riley announced on Sept. 20 that Bryant plans to use his redshirt season in 2022. He caught 2 passes in the Trojans’ first three games. A source close to the situation indicated Bryant, a former top-50 recruit, is likely to transfer this offseason.

Dacari CollinsWR, Clemson
Date Entered: N / A

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney announced on Sept. 20 that Collins is no longer with the Tigers program and intends to transfer. Collins ranked as a four-star prospect in the 2021 class. He caught 16 passes for 221 yards as a true freshman.

Terrence LewisLB, UCF
Date Entered: N / A

Lewis wasn’t really “quiet” about his intentions to transfer. A few days after the Knights’ season debut, Lewis, in a since deleted tweet, announced his intention to enter the transfer portal. A five-star linebacker in the 2021 class, Lewis’ next destination would be his third after signing with Maryland out of high school and transferring to UCF this offseason.

Gavin PotterLB, Kansas
Date Entered: N / A

Potter played in Kansas’ first four games but left the program earlier this week. The fourth-year linebacker was a starter for the Jayhawks in 2021, finishing the year with 78 tackles, but had served in a backup capacity so far this season. Potter has 174 career tackles and will have two years of eligibility remaining at his next stop.

Roderick DanielsWR, EMS
Date Entered: N / A

The Dallas Morning News sent shockwaves on Monday when it revealed that four SMU players would be opting to redshirt this season. Yet, only two of these players — Roderick Daniels and Chace Cromartie — have hinted at plans to utilize their redshirt season with the intent to transfer this offseason.

Daniels was one of the Mustangs’ top signs in the 2021 class. Yet, he’s only caught two passes for 76 yards through SMU’s first four games. As a true freshman, he reeled in 17 passes for 209 yards and a touchdown.

Chace CromartieS, EMS
Date Entered: N / A

The Dallas Morning News reported Monday that Cromartie plans to utilize his redshirt season in 2022 with the intention to transfer this offseason. A former starter for the Mustangs, Cromartie has posted 112 tackles and 4 TFLs in his career. He signed with SMU as part of the 2019 class.

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