Washington found a new quarterback in this week’s college football transfer portal recap. Former QB of Mississippi State Will Rogers committed to the Huskies Friday night. Also, Rogers has one season of college football eligibility. He fits perfectly in the Huskies’ fast-paced offense.
For the Bulldogs, the four-year starter leads all-time in touchdown passes. In 2022, he passed for about 4,000 yards; in 2021, he passed for over 4,700 yards. As MSU struggled in its first season following Leach’s unexpected death a year earlier, he played in just eight games in 2023 and completed only 1,626 yards and 12 touchdown passes.
During his four years of collegiate football, Rogers has 1,301-of-1,876 throwing for 12,315 yards and 94 touchdowns against just 28 interceptions. Should he have a successful season at Washington, he might finish in the top 10 in career passing yards. According to a sports betting forum, Rogers is now fewer than 3,000 yards out of sixth place among all-time collegiate quarterbacks, ranked 39th.
After the NCAA announced Friday that USC wide receiver Mario Williams was the most high-profile possible two-time transfer to use the portal,
College Football Transfer Portal Recap
In response to a court decision earlier this week that rejected the NCAA’s policy, the organization announced that players could transfer a second time and remain eligible until the conclusion of the academic year. According to pay per head bookie sources, Williams accessed the site many hours after the NCAA’s declaration.
The Trojans recruited Williams and quarterback Caleb Williams from Oklahoma when they hired Lincoln Riley as head coach. With 29 receptions in 2023, Williams accumulated 305 yards and two touchdowns.
He had 40 receptions for 631 yards and five touchdowns last season. After three years in the league, Williams has 104 receptions for 1,316 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Thanks to Arch Manning‘s intransigence and Quinn Ewers‘ current starting quarterback status for Texas, Maalik Murphy is reportedly on his way out. According to white label sports betting solution experts, the marketing staff for redshirt freshman and former four-star prospect Murphy announced on Wednesday that Murphy intends to use the transfer portal.