3 top transfer targets Texas can land in May

Texas still has a handful of potential transfer portal targets it can land to fill the remaining scholarship spots on the roster in May.
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Jay'Viar Suggs
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Jay'viar Suggs, DT

Among the best available transfer defensive tackles on the market late this spring is Division II Grand Valley State transfer Jay'viar Suggs. The 6-foot-3 and 285-pound sophomore transfer from Flint, MI, has drawn a ton of interest from Power Five schools that need a defensive tackle since the spring portal window closed on May 2.

Suggs has already taken visits to see the Arkansas Razorbacks, Wisconsin Badgers, and Florida State Seminoles, in the last week or so. He's also received offers from the Michigan Wolverines, USC Trojans, Mizzou, Oklahoma Sooners, and Miami Hurricanes, among many other P5 schools.

Suggs has started over 20 games for Grand Valley State since the start of the 2022 season. He registered over 40 combined tackles, 15 tackles for loss, eight sacks, nine pass deflections, and two forced fumbles as one of the most productive DII defensive tackles in the last two years.

If Texas wanted to pursue another defensive tackle in the portal, Suggs is one of the most intriguing options. His market value has seemingly skyrocketed given how important top transfer defensive tackles have been in the portal.

With Williams and the two Michigan State Spartans transfer defensive tackles (Simeon Barrow Jr. and Derrick Harmon) now off the board, Suggs might be the top option at the position in the portal.