The biggest news of the fall so far concerning the Texas football program and the NCAA Transfer Portal arrived on the afternoon of Nov. 29 with the report that junior quarterback Hudson Card intends to leave heading into next offseason. ESPN’s Pete Thamel reported on Nov. 29 that Card intends to enter the transfer portal heading into the offseason with three years of eligibility remaining.
Card also spent three years with the Longhorns, registering more than 1,500 passing yards, a dozen total touchdowns, and just two interceptions in the process.
However, the news that Card is putting his name in the transfer portal shouldn’t come as a surprise to many. Many Texas fans and people in the media figured that Card would be entering the portal once he lost the starting job coming out of fall camp to redshirt freshman quarterback Quinn Ewers.
Best landing spots for Texas football QB Hudson Card out of the transfer portal in 2023
Card definitely contributed to Texas’ success during the regular season in a big way, though. He started a few games early in the season in the wake of the shoulder injury to Ewers on Sep. 10 against the Alabama Crimson Tide.
The opportunity to get a few starts this season will play to Card’s benefit, though, as he’s likely to be one of the most sought-after quarterbacks in the transfer portal this offseason.
But which spot will be the best for Card’s next stop out of the portal?
Here’s a look at four viable landing spots for Card out of the transfer portal in 2023.