Top 10 Transfer Portal Additions: Offense

Cameron Ward - Miami QB Transfer Portal

The offseason is a busy time for college football teams and players as they have two transfer portal windows to navigate. The first window is in the winter from December through January. The second window for transferring is from April 16 to April 30. Most programs have players coming and going in both transfer portals.

Every offseason, plenty of good players end up playing for different programs around the country.

Below are the top 10 transfers on the offensive side of the ball that should make an impact this upcoming season.


1.) OT Kadyn Proctor – Iowa to Alabama

Proctor had one of the most interesting transfer portal stories. He was at Alabama, transferred to Iowa in the winter, and then transferred back to Alabama in the spring transfer window. He is a massive offensive tackle who stands at 6-foot-7. He is a difference-maker at offensive tackle. It is a huge addition for Alabama to get him to return to play for them. New head coach Kalen DeBoer has to be excited to have an offensive tackle like him on the team.

2.) WR Isaiah Bond – Alabama to Texas

Bond’s stats (48 catches, four touchdowns) might not pop off the page, but he was Alabama’s best wide receiver last year. Bond is a difference-maker at wide receiver. He runs good routes and catches the ball well. He is a big play machine. This is a huge addition for Texas.


3.) QB Cameron Ward – Washington State to Miami

Ward initially entered the NFL Draft and then decided to continue his collegiate career at Miami. He threw for over 3,700 yards and 25 touchdowns for Washington State last season. Miami was searching for a difference-maker at quarterback and they got one in Ward.

4.) WR Evan Stewart – Texas A&M to Oregon

Sometimes, stats do not always tell the entire story. That is the case with Stewart. He only had 38 receptions last year, but once you realize that Texas A&M struggled on offense, you understand why. Stewart is an incredible athlete as a wide receiver and a big play machine. This is a big addition to Oregon’s team.

5.) QB Dillon Gabriel – Oklahoma to Oregon

Gabriel is joining his third team after spending three years at UCF and two years at Oklahoma. Now, he embarks on his sixth and final year at Oregon. Gabriel is a talented quarterback who can do it with his legs and his arm. This was a huge addition for Oregon as they look to replace Bo Nix.

6.) IOL Jason Zandamela – USC to Florida

Zandamela did not take a snap for USC but was considered the top interior offensive lineman in the 2024 class. He will go to Florida with four years of eligibility left, making this a huge get for the Gators. Zandamela grew up in Florida. His new school is banking on him being a multi-year starter.


7.) RB Quinshon Judkins – Ole Miss to Ohio State

Judkins left Ole Miss after he rushed for over 1,000 years in the last two years. He is going to Ohio State which already has a talented running back in TreVeyon Henderson; he and Judkins will form the best duo in college football. Judkins ultimately decided to go to Ohio State to improve his stock for the NFL and to split carriers with Henderson.

8.) OT Cayden Green – Oklahoma to Missouri 

Green is a talented lineman who started five games at guard for Oklahoma. He showcases versatility with his ability to play either as a guard or a tackle. He projects as a starter and will have three more years of eligibility left at Missouri.

9.) RB Damien Martinez – Oregon State to Miami 

One of the most talented running backs in the country, Martinez transferred to Miami this offseason. Over the last two years, he has rushed for 2,167 yards and 16 touchdowns. He was regularly one of the best running backs in the now-defunct Pac 12. Martinez is a talented player who should help Miami after the Hurricanes landed him in the transfer portal.

10.) OT Lance Heard – LSU to Tennessee

Heard played in every game last year for LSU as a true freshman but decided to transfer to Tennessee rather than stick around with the Tigers. Heard gives Tennessee depth at offensive tackle; it also helps that he has three years of eligibility left. This is a good opportunity for Heard and Tennessee.

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