Wednesday, July 24, 2024

USC tackle Courtland Ford among players entering portal

More college football players entered their names into the college football transfer portal over the weekend, with USC offensive tackle Courtland Ford among the most notable.

Ford started 12 games for the Trojans, including the Cotton Bowl, and he has three years of eligibility. A former three-star prospect out of Cedar Hill, Texas, he reportedly had chosen USC ahead of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, TCU and Oregon.

Two-time All-Mountain West cornerback Patrick McMorris from San Diego State entered the portal and soon announced his commitment to Cal, where his brother Malik McMorris works as a graduate assistant on the coaching staff.

Also entering the portal were three linebackers who were four-star recruits coming out of high school — Desmond Tisdol (Rocheville, Georgia) from Auburn, Itayvion Brown (St. Louis) from Michigan State, and Shammond Cooper (St. Louis) Illinois.

Among players entering the portal last Saturday and into Sunday, according to multiple media outlets:

–Arkansas TE Dax Courtney
–Auburn LB Desmond Tisdol
–Colorado DB Dylan Dixson, TE Austin Smith
–East Carolina PK Owen Daffer, DB Fletcher Marshall, DB G’Mone Wilson
–Illinois LB Shammond Cooper
–Michigan State DE Itayvion Brown
–Missouri RB Taj Butts, DL Ian Mathews, TE Gavin McKay, CB Marcus Scott III
–Memphis CB Tyrell Raby, DL James Stewart, DL James Quinnelly
–San Diego State OT Laakea Kapoi, CB Hassan Mahasin, CB Patrick McMorris
–South Carolina DB Anthony Rose
–Temple OT Jimto Obidegwu
–UAB CB Codey Martin, QB Damon Stewart
–USC OT Courtland Ford

–Field Level Media

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