The Highest Impact Transfers for the 2023 College Football Betting Season

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Being able to navigate the transfer portal has become just as important of a skill for the coaching staff as recruiting. Transfer players can turn around a program’s fortunes instantly, turning pretenders into contenders.

Today, we’ll be going over the players who have the opportunity to bring wins to their teams single-handedly.

The Highest Impact Transfers for the 2023 College Football Betting Season | MyBookie Regular Season Betting Preview

2023 NCAA Division I FBS season | 154th season of college football in the United States
Regular Season: August 26, 2023 – December 9, 2023

Travis Hunter, DB | Jackson State > Colorado

David John Uiagalelei | Colorado Buffaloes – No. 12
Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) | Weight: 165 lb (75 kg)

Colorado went 1-11 last season, and it seemed like they would need a miracle to recover. That’s exactly what Buffaloes fans received in the form of new Head Coach Deion Sanders.

The fiery head coach made headlines by taking Travis Hunter away from Florida State in the recruiting cycle a couple of years ago, and similar headlines are being made now.

Travis Hunter dominated at Jackson State, showing every bit of the hype he received as a prospect. He’ll be entering a Colorado defense that looks completely different from what we saw last year and is sure to perform well.

Colorado Week 1 Game
Washington State -14; Colorado +14 / Washington State -574; Colorado +410 / O/U 57.5

DJ Uiagalelei, QB | Clemson > Oregon State

David John Uiagalelei | Oregon State Beavers – No. 5
Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) | Weight: 235 lb (107 kg)

One of the quirks of the transfer portal in recent years has been the proliferation of quarterbacks. Russell Wilson, Jalen Hurts, D’Eriq King, and Bo Nix make up some of the best hauls we’ve seen, and DJ Uiagelelei has the opportunity to do the same.

Scorned by major conferences in realignment, Oregon State will be out for blood this season. They finished 10-3 last season, despite mediocre performances from quarterback Ben Gulbranson.

DJ Uiagelelei has the skillset to take Oregon State to the next level under coach Jonathan Smith, allowing the Beavers to get one last parting shot at their departing fellow conference members.

Oregon State Week 1 Game:
Oregon State -16.5; San Jose State +16.5 / Oregon State -800; San Jose State +510 / O/U 54.5

Aaron Anderson, WR | Alabama > LSU

Aaron Anderson | LSU Tigers – No. 1
Wide Receiver
Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.72 m) | Weight: 190 lb (86 kg)

Aaron Anderson fell prey to a dynamic many Alabama players find themselves in, being stuck on the depth chart despite being the #3 WR in his class. He’s left Alabama but hasn’t gone too far, departing for SEC West rivals LSU.

Brian Kelly has the opportunity to pair Aaron Anderson with star quarterback Jayden Daniels. The team should gel together much better in Brian Kelly’s second season.

LSU Week 1 Game:
LSU -3; Florida State +3 / LSU -143; Florida State +116 / 56 O -109; U -111

Dasan Mccullough, EDGE | Indiana > Oklahoma

Dasan McCullough | Oklahoma Sooners – No. 1
Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) | Weight: 227 lb (103 kg)

Indiana football isn’t the highest caliber, so it’s no surprise that a player Dasan Mccullough, left for greener pastures. He compiled 32 tackles and four sacks last season playing outside linebacker and defensive line.

For an Oklahoma team that was less defensively inclined than one might expect under star defensive mind Brent Venables, Mccullough should be able to turn their fortunes.

Oklahoma Week 1 Game:
Arkansas State +33.5; Oklahoma -33.5 / O/U 60.5

Keithian Alexander, DT | Georgia > USC

Keithian Deshun “Bear” Alexander | USC Trojans – No. 90
Defensive lineman
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) | Weight: 305 lb (138 kg)

Keithian Alexander also found himself on the bottom of a depth chart, albeit one full of first-round NFL talent in Athens. He has the chance to make a name for himself under Lincoln Reiley, providing some breathing room to Caleb Williams and that star-studded offense.

USC Week 1 Game:
San José State +30.5; USC -30.5 / O/U 63.5

Other Names to Watch

Devin Leary, QB, NC State -> Kentucky

Jaheim Singletary, DB, Georgia -> Arkansas

Marshawn Lloyd, RB, South Carolina -> USC

Sam Hartman, QB, Wake Forest -> Notre Dame

Javion Cohen, OL, Alabama -> Miami (FL)

NCAA College Football National Championship Odds: Top 20 Teams

Team Odds
Georgia Bulldogs +220
Alabama Crimson Tide +560
Ohio State Buckeyes +660
Michigan Wolverines +920
USC Trojans +1450
LSU Tigers +1425
Clemson Tigers +1575
Florida State Seminoles +2000
Texas Longhorns +2200
Penn State Nittany Lions +2300
Tennessee Volunteers +2700
Notre Dame Fighting Irish +2800
Oregon Ducks +3200
Washington Huskies +3400
Oregon State Beavers +4300
Texas A&M Aggies +5400
Oklahoma Sooners +5400
Utah Utes +5600
Wisconsin Badgers +6600
North Carolina Tar Heels +9000

We hope you enjoyed our look at the highest impact transfers for the 2023 college football betting season.


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