The transfer portal is a bigger part of college football than ever.
With the season winding down, potentially high-impact players have already announced their intentions to find a new home for next season.
Whether a player has entered the portal and not yet chosen a destination or someone has committed to a new school, we go position by position, breaking down the top players seeking to change schools and make an impact somewhere else in 2022. Keep reading for breakdowns on Caleb Williams, Bo Nix, Kedon Slovis, Jake Haener, Zach Evans and many more.
Check back regularly, as this story will be updated as more players enter the portal and make new commitments.
Dart's background: He had a late start to his recruitment, but it picked up in a hurry once he was noticed. Dart is from Utah, and was the 2020 Gatorade National Player of the Year. He threw for 4,691 yards, 67 touchdowns and only four interceptions, while also rushing for 1,195 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2020. He committed and signed with USC in the 2021 class and had 1,353 yards and nine touchdowns with five interceptions this season for the Trojans.
Where he could land: Dart was one of the top quarterback prospects in his class and he should have quite a few options the second time around. He was offered by UCLA, Washington State, BYU and a handful of others out of high school. There should be no shortage of teams that come calling this time around.