2024 ACC Football Transfer Enrollees/Signees/Commitments

By David Glenn
North Carolina Sports Network
(last updated July 17, 2024)

(Details on OUTGOING transfers can be found HERE.)

Thanks to the NCAA’s creation of the transfer portal in 2018, then the organization’s revolutionary 2021 rule change that allowed first-time transfers to be immediately eligible at their new school, the manner in which college football teams are built and sustained has changed dramatically.

The two teams in the 2023 Atlantic Coast Conference football championship game, Florida State and Louisville, were the two teams that were most aggressive in the transfer portal during the 2022-23 cycle. It’s not an exaggeration to say that a majority of the Seminoles’ and Cardinals’ best players in 2023 started their college careers elsewhere.

Meanwhile, of the 12 offensive players honored on the 2023 All-ACC first team, six — exactly half! — were major college transfers: Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis (formerly of Louisville), Louisville running back Jawhar Jordan (Syracuse), Virginia wide receiver Malik Washington (Northwestern), Florida State wide receiver and punt returner Keon Coleman (Michigan State), Florida State guard D’Mitri Emmanuel (Charlotte) and Louisville center Bryan Hudson (Virginia Tech). Interestingly, three of those six standout players were incoming transfers from other ACC programs.

The list of ACC teams below includes 2024 newcomers California, Southern Methodist and Stanford because those schools’ incoming transfers will be participating in the league this fall.

Reminder One: Current NCAA rules allow for two standard transfer windows in football: #1-a 30-day stretch that begins the day after the College Football Playoff teams are selected (meaning Dec. 4, 2023, through Jan. 2, 2024, this time), and #2-a 16-day period that arrives soon after schools’ spring practice schedules are completed (April 15-30, 2024).

Reminder Two: The players below are listed with their class/eligibility during the upcoming (2024) season. Under recently revised NCAA rules, virtually all major college transfers are immediately eligible at their new school.

2024 ACC Transfer Commitments/Signees

Boston College (12)

Texas Tech WR Jerand Bradley, r-Jr. (2-year starter; 6-5, 220 pounds; 1,274 career receiving yards, 19 starts)
Georgia State CB Bryquice Brown, Gr. (3-year starter; 2023 captain; brother of NBA player Bruce Brown)
Cornell LB Holt Fletcher^, Gr. (2023 2nd-team All-Ivy; 3-year starter; 6-4, 257 pounds)
Florida International QB Grayson James, Jr. (2,349 career passing yards, 13/12 TD/INT; 10 career starts, all in 2022)
Cornell S Brody Kidwell^, Gr. (2-year starter; 85 career tackles)
Ohio State S Cameron Martinez^, r-Jr. (4-year backup; 3 career starts)
Illinois DT Sedarius McConnell, r-Jr. (2-year reserve; 6-3, 285 pounds; 10 career tackles)
Central Florida RB Jordan McDonald, Jr. (2-year reserve; 6-1, 220 pounds)
Vanderbilt WR/KR Jayden McGowan, Jr. (2x 3rd-team All-SEC KR; 2-year starting WR/KR; 18 career starts)
North Carolina TE Kamari Morales, Gr. (2023 backup; 2022 starter; 761 career receiving yards, 15 starts)
Ohio State CB Ryan Turner, r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt)
Kansas State RB Treshaun Ward, Gr. (2023 backup; 1,884 rushing yards; 6 career starts at Florida State/2022)

California (26)

Wisconsin LB TJ Bollers^, r-Jr. (2-year reserve; 2021 redshirt)
Colorado WR Cole Boscia, r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt; prep star at Monte Vista HS in Bay Area)
New Mexico State WR/KR/PR Jonathan Brady, Jr. (2-year starter; 931 career receiving yards, 20 starts)
Cal-Davis LB Teddye Buchanan^, Gr. (2023/2022 2nd/3rd-team All-Big Sky; 208 career tackles, 8 interceptions)
Old Dominion RB Kadarius Calloway, Sr. (2023 part-time starter; 623 rushing yards; also East Mississippi CC)
North Carolina PK Ryan Coe, r-Sr. (2023 UNC starter before injury; 2022 All-AAC at Cincinnati)
Trinity Valley S Isaiah Crosby, r-Jr. (1st-team NJCAA All-American)
Maryland TE Corey Dyches^, (2023 part-time starter; 2022 HM All-Big Ten; 12 career starts)
Eastern Kentucky LB/DE Cheikh Fall^, r-Sr. (2023 part-time LB starter; 6-4, 255 pounds)
Ohio State WR Kyion Grayes^, r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt; 4-star prospect from Chandler, Ariz.)
Ohio QB CJ Harris^, Gr. (2-year backup; 6-4, 220 pounds; 1,068 career total offense yards)
Idaho DB Marcus Harris, r-Sr. (FCS All-American; 2x All-Big Sky; 2-year starter; 24 career starts)
Texas A&M TE Jerry Johnson III^, Gr. (DNP 2023; 3 seasons at Rice as FB)
Princeton LB Liam Johnson^, r-Sr. (2x 1st-team All-Ivy; 2022 Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year)
Notre Dame DT Aidan Keanaaina, r-Jr. (4-year reserve; 11 career tackles)
Utah WR/KR/PR Mikey Matthews, So. (part-time WR starter, full-time KR/PR starter as true freshman)
Coastal Carolina OG Will McDonald^, Gr. (3rd-team All-Sun Belt; 6-2, 295 pounds; 26 career starts)
Notre Dame WR Tobias Merriweather, Jr. (2023 backup; 325 career receiving yards, 3 TD catches)
Michigan State OT Braden Miller, r-So. (2023 backup; 2022 redshirt; 4-star prospect from Aurora, Colo.)
Montana State OG Rush Reimer, r-Sr. (2x FCS All-American; 2x All-Big Sky; 2-year starter; 28 career starts)
North Texas QB Chandler Rogers, r-Sr. (7,096 career passing yards, 53/15 TD/INT; 28 starts at ULM/UNT)
San Mateo S Ja’ir Smith, r-Jr. (36 tackles, 3 interceptions in 2023)
Temple OT Victor Stoffel, r-Sr. (2023 HM All-AAC; 2-year starter; 6-7, 295 pounds; 20 career starts)
Missouri DE Serigne Tounkara^, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; 3-star prospect from League City, Texas)
Oklahoma CB Jasiah Wagoner^, So. (2023 backup; 4-star prospect from Spanaway, Wash.)
LSU S Ryan Yaites^, So. (2023 backup; prep A-A from Denton, Texas)

Clemson (0)


Duke (18)

Lafayette OL Mike Barr^, Gr. (2023 1st-team All-Patriot League; 2-year starter; 6-3, 315 pounds)
Liberty DT Kendy Charles, Gr. (2-year starter; 6-0, 280 pounds; 77 career tackles, 21 starts)
Rice CB Tre’Shon Devones^, Gr. (2023 starter; 6th-year senior; 20 career starts)
Robert Morris CB Diassa Diakite^, Gr. (2023 backup; 6th-year senior; part-time starter at Harvard 2019-22)
UCLA OT Bruno Fina^, r-Sr. (2023 starter at LT; 6-5, 300 pounds)
Northwestern OT Zachary Franks^, Gr. (2023 backup; 6-5, 320 pounds)
Old Dominion WR Javon Harvey, Gr. (3-year starter; 1,063 receiving yards, 23 starts)
Texas A&M LB Alex Howard^, Gr. (2023 HM All-MVC at Youngstown State; 16 career starts)
Elon OL Caleb Krings^, Gr. (3-year starter, mostly at guard; 36 career starts)
Texas QB Maalik Murphy, r-So. (2023 backup; 2022 redshirt; 477 career passing yards, 2 starts)
Princeton LB Ozzie Nicholas^, Gr. (2023 FCS All-American; 2x All-Ivy; 2-year starter; 17 career starts)
Stanford OT James Pogorelc^, Gr. (2023 backup; 6-8, 310 pounds; 2 career starts)
Pennsylvania OT Jack Purcell, Gr. (3-year starter; 28 career starts; 6-5, 305 pounds)
Cornell OT Micah Sahakian^, Gr. (2023 2nd-team All-Ivy; 2-year starter; 6-5, 330 pounds)
Holy Cross OG Eric Schon^, Gr. (2x All-Patriot League; 2-year starter; 6-2, 300 pounds)
Pennsylvania DT Will Seiler, Gr. (3-year reserve; 6-4, 290 pounds; 45 career tackles)
New Mexico State RB Star Thomas^, Sr. (2023 2nd-team All-CUSA; 1,173 career rushing yards, 14 TDs)
Mercer RB Al Wooten II^, Gr. (2023 starter; 6-0, 225 pounds; 1,234 career rushing yards, 12 TDs)

Florida State (17)

Alabama WR Malik Benson, Sr. (2023 backup; NJCAA All-American at Hutchinson CC)
Miami CB Davonte Brown, r-Sr. (2023 backup; 31 career starts at UCF)
LSU WR Jalen Brown, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; 4-star prospect from Miami Gulliver)
Colorado CB Omarion Cooper^, Sr. (2023 starter; 15 career starts, including 7 at FSU in 2021/2022)
West Virginia DE Tomiwa Durojaiye, r-So. (2023 backup; 2022 redshirt at UK; 23 career tackles)
Alabama OC/OG TJ Ferguson, r-Jr. (2-year backup; 6-4, 323 pounds; 1 career start)
Georgia LB Marvin Jones Jr., Jr. (2-year backup; son of FSU legend Marvin Jones Sr.; 1 career start)
Colorado State DT Grady Kelly, r-Jr. (2-year starter; 79 career tackles, 22 starts)
Florida OG Richie Leonard IV, Gr. (2023 starter; 6-2, 320 pounds; 14 career starts)
Alabama DB Earl Little Jr., r-So. (2023 backup; 2022 redshirt; 4-star prospect from Fort Lauderdale)
Oregon State DE Sione Lolohea, r-Sr. (2023 2nd-team All-Pac-12; 88 career tackles, 21 starts)
Indiana RB/KR Jaylin Lucas, Jr. (starting RB; 2022 All-American KR; 875 career rushing/receiving yards)
Alabama LB Shawn Murphy, r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt; 4-star prospect from Virginia)
Auburn LB Cam Riley^, Gr. (2023 backup; 2022 starter; 6-5, 242 pounds; 120 career tackles)
Harvard OT Jacob Rizy^, Gr. (2023 1st-team All-Ivy; 2022 2nd-team All-Ivy; 6-5, 305 pounds)
Oregon State QB DJ Uiagalelei, r-Sr. (3-year starter, including 2021, 2022 at Clemson; 40 career starts)
Alabama RB Roydell Williams, Gr. (4-year backup; 1,165 career rushing yards. 2 starts)

Georgia Tech (15)

Furman DE Jack Barton, Gr. (2nd-team All-SoCon; 2-year starter, 22 starts)
Michigan TE Josh Beetham^, Gr. (4-year backup; 6-5, 242 pounds)
Tennessee CB Warren Burrell, r-Sr. (2023 reserve; injured 2022; 2021 full-time starter; 22 career starts)
Cincinnati S Jayden Davis^, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; from Collins Hill HS in Suwanee, Ga.)
Rhode Island DB Syeed Gibbs, r-So. (2023 FCS Freshman All-American; CAA DFOY)
Mississippi State TE Ryland Goede, r-Sr. (2023 part-time starter; 7 career starts at Georgia/MSU; 6-6, 260 pounds)
Miami DT Thomas Gore^, Gr. (6th-year senior; 2023 backup; 15 starts at Georgia State)
Louisville LB Jackson Hamilton, r-Jr. (2022/2023 reserve; 2021 redshirt)
Yale TE Jackson Hawes, r-Sr. (2x 2nd-team All-Ivy; 3-year starter; 6-5, 255 pounds)
Southern Cal LB/DE Romello Height^, Gr. (2023 backup; 2022 medical; Auburn in 2020/2021)
Georgia LB EJ Lightsey, r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt)
Middle Tennessee State OG Keylan Rutledge, Jr. (1st-team All-CUSA; 2-year starter; 6-4, 310 pounds)
Florida State DT Ayo Tifase, r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt, 6-4, 300 pounds)
Illinois CB Zachary Tobe^, So. (2023 part-time starter; from Ocoee, Fla.)
Penn State DT Jordan van den Berg^, Gr. (2-year backup; 2020 juco A-A at Iowa Western CC)

Louisville (32)

Tennessee DE Tyler Baron, r-Sr. (2023 starter; 100 career tackles, 26 TFL, 12.5 sacks, 18 starts)
Toledo RB Peny Boone, r-Sr. (MAC Offensive POY; Maryland 2020-21; 2,101 career rushing yards, 10 starts)
Alabama WR/KR/PR Ja’Corey Brooks, Jr. (3-year backup; 896 career receiving yards, 10 TD catches)
Miami RB Donald Chaney, r-Jr. (2-year backup; medical 2021/2022; 852 career rushing yards, 6 TDs)
Kentucky TE Izayah Cummings, r-Sr. (4-year backup at WR/TE; 293 career receiving yards, 4 starts)
Ohio State OL Victor Cutler Jr., r-Sr. (2023 reserve; 2-year starter at Louisiana-Monroe; 21 career starts)
Texas A&M LB Jurriente Davis, r-Sr. (2023 redshirt; formerly Hutchinson CC, MTSU, Jackson State)
Harvard DT Thor Griffith^, Gr. (2x FCS All-American; 2x 1st-team All-Ivy; 3-year starter; 6-2, 320 pounds)
Florida International DT Jordan Guerad, r-Jr. (1st-team All-CUSA; 2-year starter; 83 career tackles, 19 starts)
North Carolina CB Tayon Holloway, r-So. (2023 part-time starter; 6 career starts)
California LB Myles Jernigan^, Gr. (2023 part-time starter; 16 career starts)
Middle Tennessee DE Richard Kinley II^, r-Sr. (2023 part-time starter; 19 career starts)
Rutgers DT Rene Konga^, Gr. (4-year backup; 6-4, 290 pounds)
South Alabama WR/PR Caullin Lacy, Gr. (1st-team All-Sun Belt; 3-year starter; 2,521 receiving yards, 32 starts)
Stephen F Austin DT Brandon Lane^ (2023 starter; 6-3, 300 pounds)
South Florida DE Tramel Logan^, r-Sr. (2-year starter; 91 career tackles, 4 sacks)
Oklahoma S Daeh McCullough, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; father = Notre Dame assistant; 4-star prospect from Indiana)
Tennessee S Tamarion McDonald, r-Sr. (2-year starter; 115 career tackles, 24 starts)
Tuskegee WR Antonio Meeks, Jr. (2nd-team All-SIAC; 1,437 career receiving yards, 11 touchdowns)
Yale OT Jonathan Mendoza, r-Sr. (2023/2022 1st/2nd-team All-Ivy; 2-year starter; 6-9, 310; 20 career starts)
Georgia Southern OT Rasheed Miller, r-Jr. (2nd-team All-Sun Belt; 6-7, 310 pounds; 14 career starts)
Texas Tech OT Monroe Mills, r-Sr. (2023 HM All-Big 12; 2-year starter; 6-6, 315 pounds; 22 career starts at LT/RT)
Illinois CB Tahveon Nicholson, r-Jr. (2-year starter; 24 years old; 66 career tackles, 23 starts)
Northern Illinois OC Pete Nygra, r-Jr. (2-year starter; 6-4, 295 pounds; 23 career starts)
San Diego State TE Mark Redman^, Gr. (2x 2nd-team All-MWC; 632 receiving yards; 25 starts at UW/SDSU)
Eastern Illinois S Blake Ruffin, r-Jr. (2023 FCS All-American; 1st-team All-Big South/OVC; 2022 medical redshirt)
Texas Tech QB Tyler Shough, r-Sr. (4,625 career passing yards, 36/17 TD/INT; 20 starts at Oregon/Texas Tech)
Miami TE Jaleel Skinner, r-So. (2023 redshirt; 2022 backup; 138 career receiving yards, 2 starts)
Central Florida CB Corey Thornton, r-Sr. (2023 HM All-Big 12; 2x PFF All-AAC; 4-year starter; 39 career starts)
Houston LT Reuben Unije, r-Sr. (2-year starter; 6-5, 310 pounds; 20 career starts)
Ball State PK/P AJ Vinatieri, r-Fr. (son of legendary NFL placekicker Adam Vinatieri)
Tennessee S Wesley Walker, r-Sr. (2-year starter; 25 career starts at UT/Georgia Tech)

Miami (15)

Louisville LB Jaylin Alderman^, r-Jr. (2023 starter; 14 career starts)
Marshall DE Elijah Alston, r-Sr. (3rd-team All-Sun Belt; 18 career starts)
Louisville DE Tyler Baron^, r-Sr. (2023 Tennessee starter; 18 career starts, 100 tackles, 12.5 sacks)
Michigan State DT Simeon Barrow Jr.^, r-Sr. (2x HM All-Big Ten; 3-year starter; 6-3, 290 pounds)
Houston WR Sam Brown^, r-Jr. (2023 HM All-Big 12; 2-year starter; 1,286 career receiving yards, 7 TDs)
Indiana OC Zach Carpenter, r-Sr. (2-year starter; 6-5, 295 pounds; 27 career starts at Michigan/Indiana)
NC State NT/DE CJ Clark, r-Sr. (2-year starter; 6-3, 305 pounds; 72 career tackles, 23 starts)
Middle Tennessee State DT Marley Cook, r-Sr. (2022 All-CUSA; 2-year starter; 6-2, 298 pounds; 27 career starts)
Marshall CB Dyoni Hill^, Jr. (2023 starter; from Gainesville, Fla.)
Oregon State RB Damien Martinez^, Jr. (2x 1st-team All-Pac-12; 2,167 career rushing yards, 16 TDs)
Albany QB Reese Poffenbarger, r-Jr. (2x All-CAA; 5,969 career passing yards, 26 starts)
Washington CB Mishael Powell, r-Sr. (2-year starter; 92 career tackles, 25 starts)
Vanderbilt S Savion Riley, r-So. (2023 backup; 2022 redshirt; 48 career tackles, 2 starts)
Arizona S Isaiah Taylor, r-Jr. (2-year backup; son of NFL/UM legend Jason Taylor; 2 career starts)
Washington State QB Cam Ward, r-Sr. (2-year starter; 6,963 passing yards, 48/16 TD/INT, 25 starts with Cougars)

North Carolina (11)

Southern Cal RB Darwin Barlow, Gr. (4-year backup; 993 career rushing yards at TCU/USC)
Georgia OL Austin Blaske, Gr. (6-5, 310 pounds; 3-year backup at center, left tackle)
Arkansas QB Jacolby Criswell^, r-Jr. (2023 backup; UNC backup from 2020-22)
Muhlenberg OT Zach Greenberg^, Gr. (D3 star; 6-4, 290 pounds; 2x 1st-team all-conference)
NC State S Jakeen Harris, Gr. (Injured 2023; 2-year starter; 80 career tackles, 21 starts)
Mississippi DT Joshua Harris^, Gr. (4-year backup; 6-4, 325 pounds; NC State 2019-22)
Texas A&M TE Jake Johnson, r-So. (2-year backup; he and brother Max = sons of ex-NFL QB Brad Johnson)
Texas A&M QB Max Johnson, Gr. (5,853 career passing yards, 47/12 TD/INT; 22 starts at LSU/A&M)
Georgia Tech OT Jakiah Leftwich^, r-Jr. (8 career starts; 6-6, 311 pounds)
North Texas OT Howard Sampson, r-So. (2023 backup; 2022 redshirt; 6-8, 325 pounds)
East Mississippi CB Tyrane Stewart, Jr. (64 tackles, 12 PBU, 2 INTs for NJCAA runner-up)

NC State (15)

Ohio State S Ja’Had Carter^, Gr. (2023 backup; 3-year starter at Syracuse; 2022 HM All-ACC)
Maryland CB Corey Coley Jr., Sr. (3-year backup; 6 career starts)
Maryland DB Tamarcus Cooley, r-Fr. (2023 backup/redshirt, 4 games; prep star from Rolesville HS)
Notre Dame OC Zeke Correll, Gr. (3-year starter; 6-3, 307 pounds; 31 career starts)
Missouri OT Val Erickson, r-So. (6-5, 324 pounds; DNP 2023; 2022 redshirt)
Wake Forest WR Wesley Grimes, Jr. (372 career receiving yards, 5 TD catches, 3 starts)
Connecticut TE Justin Joly, Jr. (578 receiving yards #6 among FBS TEs in 2023; 9 career starts)
Auburn DB Donovan Kaufman^, r-Jr. (2023 part-time starter; 19 career starts)
Villanova CB Devon Marshall, Jr. (2023 starter; 60 career tackles, 13 starts)
Akron S KJ Martin^, r-Jr. (2023 3rd-team All-MAC; 2-year starter; 21 career starts at Akron, WVU)
Coastal Carolina QB Grayson McCall, Gr. (3x Sun Belt POY; 10,005 career passing yards, 88/14 TD/INT)
Ohio State WR Noah Rogers, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; 4-star prospect at Rolesville HS near Raleigh)
Oklahoma RB Hollywood Smothers, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt/reserve; prep star at West Charlotte HS)
Colorado DT Chazz Wallace^, Sr. (2023 part-time starter; 6-2, 295 pounds)
Duke RB Jordan Waters, Gr. (2023 3rd-team All-ACC; 1,624 career rushing yards)

Pittsburgh (16)

Kentucky DB Jaremiah Anglin Jr.^, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; cousin of FSU/NFL star Derwin James)
Nebraska DE Chief Borders^, r-Jr. (2023 backup; formerly of Florida)
NC State OC Lyndon Cooper, r-Jr. (2023 part-time starter; 5 career starts)
Alabama QB Eli Holstein, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; elite 4-star HS prospect from Louisiana)
Indiana DT Nick James, r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt; 4-star prospect from IMG Academy)
Illinois DT Anthony Johnson^, r-Sr. (2-year FCS starter at Youngstown State; 6-3, 300 pounds)
Western Carolina WR Censere Lee, Jr. (1,426 career receiving yards, 14 TD catches, 14 starts)
Nebraska CB Tamon Lynum, r-Jr. (2-year reserve; 14 career tackles)
Kansas State DE Nate Matlack, r-Sr. (2023 backup; part-time starter in 2021, 2022; 7 career starts)
Eastern Michigan S Josh McCarty, Gr. (6th-year senior; career backup, special-teams ace)
Clemson DE David Ojiegbe, r-Fr. (2023 reserve/redshirt; 4-star prep prospect from D.C. area)
Oregon State TE Jake Overman, r-Sr. (2023 redshirt; 2022 starter; 9 career starts)
Western Carolina RB Desmond Reid, Jr. (2x All-SoCon; 1,723 career rushing yards, 18 touchdowns)
Ohio LB Keye Thompson, r-Sr. (2023 1st-team All-MAC; 252 career tackles, 32 starts)
Connecticut LS Nilay Upadhyayula, r-Jr. (2023 starter)
San Diego State WR Raphael Williams Jr., r-Jr. (2023 redshirt; 2021 1st-team All-SoCon at WCU)

Southern Methodist (19)

Ohio State DE Omari Abor, r-So. (2023 reserve; 4-star prospect from Duncanville HS in Dallas suburbs)
Oklahoma OG Nate Anderson, r-Jr. (4-year reserve; 4-star prospect from Reedy HS in Dallas suburbs)
Arkansas DT Anthony Booker Jr., Gr. (4-year reserve, including 2020-22 at Maryland; 2 career starts)
Texas Tech DT Blake Burris, r-Jr. (3-year reserve; 3-star prospect from Parish Episcopal HS in Dallas)
Oklahoma OG Savion Byrd, r-Jr. (2023 part-time starter; 5 career starts; from Duncanville HS)
Arkansas OT Andrew Chamblee^, r-So. (2023 LT starter; 2022 redshirt; 6-6, 304 pounds)
Oregon WR Ashton Cozart, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; 4-star prospect from Marcus HS in Dallas suburbs)
Texas A&M CB Deuce Harmon, r-Jr. (3-year part-time starter; 46 career tackles, 11 starts)
Miami DT Jared Harrison-Hunte^, Gr. (2-year starter; 78 career tackles, 9 sacks)
Miami DE Jahfari Harvey, Sr. (3-year part-time starter; 10.5 career sacks, 18 starts)
Michigan TE Matthew Hibner^, r-Sr. (4-year reserve; 6-5, 254 pounds)
Georgia DT Jonathan Jefferson, Gr. (2-year reserve; 6-3, 295 pounds; 6 career tackles)
West Virginia DT Mike Lockhart, Gr. (2023 starter; 6-4, 317 pounds; 19 career starts at Georgia Tech/WVU)
Utah LB Justin Medlock, Jr. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt; 3-star prospect from Houston suburbs)
Colorado S Jaden Milliner-Jones^, So. (2023 backup; 3-star prospect from DeSoto HS in Dallas suburbs)
Arkansas OL Paris Patterson^, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; 6-6, 350 pounds; 4-star prospect from East St. Louis, Ill.)
East Carolina OL Qae’Shon Sapp^, r-So. (2022 redshirt, 2023 reserve at Florida State)
Miami WR/KR Brashard Smith, Sr. (2023 2nd-team All-ACC specialist; 10 career WR starts)
Texas DE Billy Walton III^, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; 3-star prospect from South Oak Cliff HS in Dallas)

Stanford (3)

Northern Iowa LB Jahsiah Galvan, r-So. (2023 FCS Freshman All-American; team-high 77 tackles)
Washington CB Jay Green, Jr. (2-year backup; 15 career tackles)
UNLV DT Clay Patterson, Gr. (3x All-Ivy at Yale from 2021-23; 6-3, 290 pounds)

Syracuse (18)

LSU CB Duce Chestnut, r-Jr. (2023 redshirt; 2x All-ACC with Syracuse in 2021, 2022)
Texas A&M DE Fadil Diggs, r-Sr. (2-year starter; 75 career tackles, 18.5 TFLs, 20 starts)
Buffalo S Devin Grant, Jr. (2023 1st-team All-MAC; 88 career tackles, 5 INTs, 11 starts)
Alabama DT Isaiah Hastings, r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt; 4-star prospect from Canada)
Georgia WR Zeed Haynes, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt/4 games; highly rated 2023 prospect from Philadelphia)
West Virginia LB James Heard Jr., r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; prep star from Camden HS in New Jersey)
Grambling State OG Codie Hornsby^, r-Jr. (starter; 6-3, 315 pounds)
Notre Dame CB Clarence Lewis^, Gr. (2022/2023 part-time starter; 10 career starts)
Ohio State QB Kyle McCord, Sr. (2023 starter; 3,776 career passing yards, 27/8 TD/INT, 13 starts)
Georgia WR Jackson Meeks, Sr. (3-year reserve; 132 career receiving yards)
Georgia OG Joshua Miller, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; 6-4, 300 pounds; 3-star prospect from Virginia)
Washington RB/WR Will Nixon^, r-Jr. (2023/2022 backup; 2021 redshirt/2020 medical at Nebraska)
Colorado State WR Justus Ross-Simmons^, Jr. (2023 HM All-Mountain West; 1,148 career receiving yards)
Louisville CB Marcus Washington^, r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt at Georgia)
Colorado OT Savion Washington^, Gr. (2023 starter; 6-8, 320 pounds)
Howard OT Da’Metrius Weatherspoon, r-Jr. (1st-team All-MEAC; 6-7, 335 pounds)
New Mexico State DT Dion Wilson Jr., r-Sr. (2023 part-time starter; 6-5, 300 pounds; 4 career starts)
Wake Forest DS Jacob Zuhr^, Gr. (2-year starter; 2023 backup)Virginia (12)Clemson TE Sage Ennis, Gr. (4-year reserve; 2 career starts)
New Mexico State QB Gavin Frakes, r-So. (2023 redshirt; 2022 part-time starter; 5 career starts)
North Carolina WR Andre Greene Jr., r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt; 4-star prospect from Richmond)
Kent State WR Trell Harris, Jr. (2023 part-time starter; 536 career receiving yards, 8 starts)
Robert Morris CB Jam Jackson, r-So. (FCS All-American; league co-Defensive FOY)
Central Florida OC Drake Metcalf, Gr. (6-2, 292 pounds; 4 career starts at Stanford/UCF)
Harvard TE Tyler Neville, Gr. (2x 1st-team All-Ivy; 698 career receiving yards, 8 TD catches)
Eastern Michigan CB Kempton Shine, Gr. (3-year starter; 175 career tackles, 40 starts)
Dartmouth OT Ethan Sipe^, Gr. (2-year starter; 20 career starts; 6-5, 300 pounds)
Penn CB Kendren Smith, Gr. (2022/2023 1st/2nd-team All-Ivy; captain; 23 starts)
Akron LB/S Corey Thomas Jr., Gr. (100 career tackles, 22 starts)
Notre Dame WR/KR/PR Chris Tyree, Gr. (945 career receiving yards, 7 TD catches, 14 starts)Virginia Tech (7) 

Middle Tennessee State LB Sam Brumfield, r-Sr. (2023 2nd-team All-CUSA; 3-year starter at juco/MTSU)
Georgia State OL Montavious Cunningham, r-Jr. (6-3, 305 pounds; 16 career starts at right tackle)
Oklahoma DT Kelvin Gilliam Jr., r-Jr. (2-year backup; 2021 redshirt; 4-star prospect from Richmond area)
UMass LS Tate Kendall, r-Fr. (2023 redshirt; from Charlotte Providence HS)
Duke DT Aeneas Peebles, Gr. (2023 3rd-team All-ACC; 4-year backup; only 3 career starts)
Alabama DT Khurtiss Perry, r-So. (2023 reserve; 2022 redshirt; 4-star HS prospect from Alabama)
UCLA QB Collin Schlee^, r-Sr. (2023 backup; 2022 starter at Kent State)
Miami LB Kaleb Spencer^, So. (2023 backup; from Gloucester, Va.)

Wake Forest (6)

Louisiana Tech QB Hank Bachmeier, r-Sr. (8,663 career passing yards, 51/24 TD/INT; 37 starts at Boise State/LT)
Kent State CB Capone Blue, r-Sr. (2023 starter; 14 career starts)
Southern Illinois LB Branson Combs, Sr. (2nd-team All-MVC; 25 career starts)
Georgetown DE Mateen Ibirogba, Jr. (1st-team All-Patriot League, 9.5 career sacks)
Lenoir-Rhyne CB C’Darius Kelley^, Gr. (2x 1st-team All-SAC/D2; 3-year starter)
Indiana State OT Keagen Trost, r-Sr. (6-6, 300 pounds; 21 career starts at Morgan State/Indiana State)

^—not enrolled until after Spring 2024 semester