At the time of writing, shortly after 7pm on December 30th, 75 quarterbacks in the NCAA transfer portal received two-star or higher ratings when they graduated from high school.One of these quarterbacks is Ryan HilinskiIt was announced on Wednesday afternoon that he would transfer from the University of South Carolina.
With Hilinski looking for a new place to play football, this gives Gamecocks three scholarship quarterbacks, which are expected to be selected next year.
A cynical person would say that among these three-pointers, there is a sixth-grade high school student who needs three knee surgeries and sits on a real freshman who has almost nothing. Practiced in this position. The other is the freshman who has barely practiced this position in his 71
Due to the shortage of numbers and the low productivity of universities, can Head coach for the first year Shane Beamer Offensive Coordinator/Quarterback Coach Mike Popo Check out other players in the “NCAA Transfer Portal”. Although we are not sure if the Gamecocks will look for other players, we can certainly look at some of the players currently available.
The following are some of the people in the NCAA transfer portal that may be meaningful to Gamecocks. Of course, more and more players announce their daily transfer intentions, so these are not necessarily the only players that South Carolina can choose from.
However, we will make some assumptions here and then throw some names on the wall. The main assumption is that Gamecocks will look for players with the same experience and success as college level. It doesn’t make much sense to introduce a completely unknown person.
Jarrett Guarantano From Tennessee – Anyone who has watched South Carolina play Tennessee knows his profile. He has played against Gamecocks four times and seems to have been performing well. In 41 professional games with Tennessee, Guaratano reached 494 goals for 808 yards (61.1% completion rate), a total of 6,174 yards, 38 touchdowns, 17 interceptions and 5 rushes. He has only participated in 7 games this season, and his numbers are much lower than in 2019. He made 103 shots (62% completion rate) in 166 passes, 1,112 yards, 6 touchdowns, 4 interceptions and 4 rushes.He still has one year to qualify and maybe Felipe Franks Season type of Gamecocks.
Chris Robinson From Florida Atlantic – This may not be the player Gamecocks wants to reach, but he is someone Beamer will be familiar with. He stayed in Oklahoma until April 2017, then was arrested for public intoxication and was eventually fired. He was transferred to FAU, but was suspended for all football activities in part of 2018 due to off-field issues, and then was dismissed from the team for alleged sexual assault in 2019, but was brought back to the team in June after the investigation . carry out. In August before the 2020 season, he was removed from the Owl’s roster, but the reason for his release was never publicly seen. However, on the court, Robinson became the single-season pass leader in FAU’s history. He threw 3,701 times and 28 touchdowns in 2019 in the process of winning the honor of the United States team. He will have two more years of qualification.
Hendon Hook From Virginia Tech – Hawke has no better choice. Hawke started 15 games for Virginia Tech in the 2019 and 2020 seasons, throwing 2,894 yards and 22 touchdowns to 7 interceptions. He added 1,033 professional rushing yards, averaging 4.2 yards per attempt and 15 touchdowns on the ground.Hook transfers time with Oregon this season Braxton Bulmeister. Hook was unable to participate in the first two weeks of the season due to medical problems. He resumed the game in Week 3 of Virginia Tech’s 56-45 loss to North Carolina. After that, he returned to the starting lineup and started seven of the remaining eight games according to the Virginia Tech schedule.
Patrick O’Brien From Colorado – When he was recruited by Colorado State University, the connection was obvious Mike Popo. He will be a good choice since he was transferred from Nebraska to Colorado State University.At some point in 2019, he took over Colin Mountain And finally started in the second half of this year. O’Brien completed the season with 2,803 yards, 13 touchdowns and a completion rate of 61.8. He participated in the team’s four games this year, three of which started to pass for 591 yards and three touchdowns.
Jack Cohen From Wisconsin – Although Cohen was very active in the first two games this year, his broken foot put him in a difficult season this year and he did not participate in the game. A season ago, Coan led the team (Badgers) to a 10-4 record, completing 69.6% of his passes in 2727 passing yards and 18 touchdowns with 6 interceptions. When Cohen was injured in the preseason, Graham Mertz, Who was ranked 65th in the country in the 247Sports Composite, he took over the job and never looked back.
Asher O’Hara From Central Tennessee – After a year in college, O’Hara (O’Hara) transferred to MTSU, in the past two seasons, he has been a starter. In his three years, he passed a total of 6,434 yards and 49 touchdowns. After a season of more than 2,600 passing yards and completing 62% of his passing rate in 2019, he achieved 1,960 passing yards and 12 touchdowns in 2020, including 8 interceptions. He also led the Blue Raiders in a hurry for 601 yards and 7 touchdowns. He will have two more years of qualification.
Jace Ruder From North Carolina – He doesn’t have extensive experience, but he has performed well in North Carolina in the past, always seeing his season missed due to injury.He broke his leg for the first and only time in 2019, but Sam Howell Already the guy with tar high heels. As a true freshman, in 2018, he passed 4 of 5 yards for 80 yards and scored a touchdown and ran for 21 yards in 3 passes, but then broke his collarbone in a quarterback run. A pair of yellow jackets. But maybe he is the right person?
Jack Bentley From Utah – It seems unlikely to happen, but he is there.