With the new rules involving transfers in college football, it has team fighting for free agents. 2019 was a huge year and some big names entering the transfer portal, here we take a look at the biggest most impactful graduate transfers who will play in the 2019 college football season. Here is our college football rankings for the most important transfers in 2019. Here is our college football rankings for the most important transfers in 2019.

     

10. Alex Hornibrook, QB, Wisconsin to Florida State

A three year starter at Wisconsin, Alex Hornibrook will step in at Florida State by replacing Deondre Francois, who was dissmissed from the team for violating team rules. Hornibook starts our list off at No. 10 in most impactfull transfers in our college football rankings. Hornibook starts our list off at No. 10 in most impactfull transfers in our college football rankings.

   

9. K.J Osborn, WR, Buffalo to Miami

K.J. Osborn played three years at Buffalo, putting up great numbers, he looks prime to start as the No.2 wide reciever for Miami with plenty of room to grow. K.J. will give Tate Martell another transfer at Miami for his first year , another excellent playmaker around him.

   

8. Brandon Wimbush, QB, Notre Dame to UCF

After loosing his job to Ian Book, Brandon Wimbush decided o transfer from Notre Dame to UCF. This is great for UCF who lost there starting QB McKenzie Milton to a serious leg injury. Wimbush's presence allows UCF time to get Milton back and healthy.

   

7. Tate Martell, QB, Ohio State to Miami

With Justin Fields transfering into Ohio State, Tate Martell decided to transfer out, choosing to head to the University of Miami.

   

6. Kelly Bryant, QB, Clemson to Missouri

Another player who led their team to the college football playoffs, and championship game. Kelly Bryant then lost his job to the No.1 overall recruit Trevor Lawrence the very next year, instead of taking the back up role Bryant left the team and announced his plans to transfer, while choosing Missouri, some believe this wasnt the best choice, but if bryant can put together a great season, Missouri should hve a decent year in 2019.

   

5. Chris Steele, CB, Florida to USC

After committing to Florida, and a few off field issues involving his roomate, Chris Steele decided to transfer, announcing his commitment to Oregon, but within the week, he once again changed his pledge to USC. Steele was highly recruited as one of the best cornerbacks in the 2019 class.

   

4. Jacob Eason, QB, Georgia to Washington

Winning the starting job at Georgia during his freshman season, Jacob Eason got injured only to lose it to Jake Fromm, after sitting out the 2018 season, Eason will take over for the Washington Huskies, with the departure of senior Jake Browning. Washington's season will come down to how well Eason can preform.

   

3. Juwan Johnson, WR, Penn State to Oregon

Juwan Johnson hasn't had the greatest career while at Penn State, he has shown the abilty to make great one hand catches and have great hands with minimal drops. This was Oregon's biggest question mark coming into the 2019 college football season, and so far this spring Juwan Johnson has made his presence felt, becoming Justin Herbert's go to reciever.

   

2. Justin Fields, QB, Georgia to Ohio State

A past No.1 overall recruit, Justin Fields is leaving a playoff contender for another, but also leaving the SEC defenses for the Big10's. Ohio States season is relying on Justin Fields play, they go as far as his arms and legs will carry them.

   

1. Jalen Hurts, QB, Alabama to Oklahoma

With Tua Tagovailoa taking over as the starting QB at Alabama, Jalen Hurts, who led them to two straight title games made his choice to transfer to Oklahoma, the school that has produced the last two Heisman winners.

       

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