Texas football transfer portal departures, where are they now?

Well over half of the 24 Texas transfer departures have found their new homes in the portal this offseason.
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Jerrin Thompson-Auburn

The secondary experienced the most roster attrition of any position group on either side of the ball for the Longhorns this offseason. Senior safety Jerrin Thompson was one of a handful of Longhorns defensive players who entered the transfer portal after starting multiple games in Big 12 play in 2023.

BJ Allen-North Texas

Jalen Catalon-UNLV

Injuries unfortunately limited the impact that senior safety Jalen Catalon's had in his one year at Texas. He registered 17 combined tackles, one tackle for loss, and one forced fumble over eight games played.

Catalon joins fellow former Texas teammate and transfer Cain at UNLV.

Larry Turner-Gooden-San Jose State

Kitan Crawford-Nevada

Instead of opting to enter the 2024 NFL Draft, senior safety Kitan Crawford joined Choate at Nevada for the final year of his collegiate eligibility. Crawford and Woods are the two former Longhorns who transferred to Nevada this offseason.


Terrance Brooks-TBA

The most impactful portal departure of the spring for the Longhorns was junior cornerback Terrance Brooks. Texas lost 16 starts and 25 games played in the last two seasons with Brooks' departure.

Brooks has interest from over two dozen FBS schools, including the Oregon Ducks, Michigan Wolverines, and USC Trojans, among many others.


Brooks announced on social media on May 12 that he is transferring to Illinois.

Xavion Brice-North Texas


Austin Jordan-TCU

Texas's depth and proven experience at the nickel position meant that someone was likely to seek more playing time at another FBS school this offseason. Junior defensive backs Austin Jordan and Brooks exiting the program meant Texas lost over 1,200 defensive snaps in the last two seasons combined.


Isaac Pearson-SMU

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