Texas football is set to be one of a number of programs negatively impacted by the NCAA Transfer Portal starting this off-season.
Potentially the biggest emerging storyline this off-season in the college football landscape is the installment of the NCAA Transfer Portal. Texas football is one of the programs around the country that is set to be heavily impacted by the new NCAA Transfer Portal entering the 2019 off-season. Since the end of the 2018-19 college football season, the NCAA Transfer Portal took center stage as to the off-season headlines.
And, it looks as if the NCAA Transfer Portal will continue to heavily impact some of the most prominent programs in the nation by early indicators. The quarterback position was hit hard, in terms of depth, for teams stemming even beyond the Forty Acres. There is going to be more announcements of big names hitting the NCAA Transfer Portal each passing day early in the off-season.
The hope for most of the top programs in the nation is that quarterback retention, and retention at other key positions, improves beyond what we’ve seen early in the off-season. The opportunity for talented player to enter the NCAA Transfer Portal and exploring options elsewhere for a potential direct path to a starting role.
Here’s a deeper look into what the Texas Longhorns are set to lose during the 2019 off-season through the NCAA Transfer Portal and what impact it will have on the college football landscape altogether.