NCAA 2023: Transfer Portal Officially Opened


Just In: The NCAA transfer portal for the 2023 cycle officially opens. The portal swings in full gear with the FBS transfer window starting Dec. 5 and running through Jan. 18. Experts predict a wild rush of college athletes for transfers as the season edition offers NIL rights and one-time transfer exemptions.

Soon after the NCAA announcement, many college football players expressed their intentions of transfers. However, big names of the sport, looking for fresh starts for the new calendar year, will reveal in the upcoming days.

During the year 2021-22, around 3,000 players registered in the transfer portal, and a similar volume of athletes is forecast for the current cycle. The new windows, however, can appear in a much shorter amount of time.

Even though the transfer windows last for more than two weeks, a huge influx of players have already registered since the earlier they do so, the more time they have to consider what they want to do with their future.

According to sources, several notable players have booked on Transfer Windows, including Cade McNamara (Michigan), Brennan Armstrong (Virginia), Graham Mertz (Wisconsin), Kedon Slovis (Pittsburgh), and Spencer Sanders (Oklahoma State). DJ Uiagalelei (Clemson).