7 NFL Prospects from this year’s Transfer Portal

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Alexander Petrocelli
Alex is a graduate from Transylvania University in Lexington, KY. and is blessed with the opportunity to write about the NFL Draft. He was born and raised in New Jersey hopelessly roots for the Jets and Rutgers football. Be sure to give him a follow me on Twitter at @SportsPetro and on Instagram at petro718!
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In an offseason that was unlike any other, there was one trend that remained constant in the world of College Football. That trend would be the transfer portal. On December 3rd of 2019, 61 players entered the NCAA Transfer Portal. That was just in one day. In all of 2019, over 1,100 players had entered the transfer portal and through March of this year, the number was already at almost 1,000 with 968.

in this piece, taking a look at 7 NFL Draft Prospects who took advantage of the transfer portal. These players have a opportunity to greatly improve their draft stock this fall thanks to the transfer portal.

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