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Updated Top 5 Defensive Backs Available in the Transfer Portal

Top 5 Defensive Back Available in the Transfer Portal

Top 5 Defensive Back Available in the Transfer Portal

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The transfer portal never sleeps - let's take a look at the five best defensive backs available right now.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]

1. Daymon David – Oregon

Transfer portal entry date: 5-6-2022

Grad-transfer: No

Career at Oregon: During his true freshman season in 2021, David saw spot duty in nine games and played on special teams. During his time on the field, he totaled nine tackles, while also dealing with some nagging injuries.

Current situation: When David initially entered the portal, the two schools that were immediately mentioned as possible destinations were Florida State and Auburn. And while those schools are involved, more so the Seminoles, they have plenty of competition from the likes of Kansas, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Duke, Tulsa, and UConn.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]

2. Miguel Edwards – Western Kentucky

Transfer portal entry date: 4-29-2022

Grad-transfer: No

Career at Western Kentucky/Oklahoma: Edwards signed with Oklahoma coming out of high school in 2018, but then transferred to Independence C.C. after one game of the 2019 season. He played in four games with the Sooners. After Independence did not have a season during the 2020 COVID year, he found a new home at Western Kentucky. During his one season with the Hilltoppers, he totaled 38 tackles, two interceptions, and four pass breakups.

Current situation: Interest has been steady for Edwards since he entered the portal, with some of the more active schools being Louisville, Iowa State, SMU, West Virginia, TCU, Ball State, Tulane, Miami (OH), Kent State, and Old Dominion.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]

3. Da’Shawn Elder – Virginia Tech

Transfer portal entry date: 4-25-2022

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Grad-transfer: No

Career at Virginia Tech: After a prep season at Fork Union, Elder did not see the field during his true freshman season in Blacksburg.

Current situation: Elder has picked up offers from Middle Tennessee, Louisiana-Monroe, Stephen F. Austin, Alabama A&M, Eastern Kentucky, Valdosta State, and the University of Charleston. Aside from these seven schools, he is also hearing from Missouri, Illinois, East Carolina, Utah State, Ball State, Troy, Central Michigan, Appalachian State, Louisiana Tech, South Alabama, Georgia State, and an extremely long list of FCS programs.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]

4. Rickey Hyatt - Kentucky

Transfer portal entry date: 4-20-2022

Grad-transfer: No

Career at Kentucky: Hyatt redshirted during his true freshman season in 2020 and then played in two games last season.

Current situation: Hyatt has picked up offers from Ohio, Miami-Ohio, Alabama A&M, Stephen F. Austin, and Eastern Kentucky since officially entering the portal. Other schools that are actively pursuing Hyatt include Indiana, Louisville, Rutgers, Ball State, UConn, Temple, Wyoming, Louisiana Tech, Hawaii, Toledo, Appalachian State, Colorado State, and Central Michigan. He is also hearing from an abundance of FCS programs.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]

5. Ahman Ross – Florida Atlantic

Transfer portal entry date: 5-16-2022

Grad-transfer: Yes

Career at FAU: During his career with the Owls, Ross totaled 133 tackles, 8.5 tackles for a loss, one sack, four forced fumbles, one interception and seven pass breakups. He saw time at defensive back and linebacker at FAU, but will likely finish off his collegiate career in the secondary.

Current situation: While Ross has been getting steady interest from every level of football since entering the portal more than a month ago, a few of the FBS schools to keep an eye on continue to be Kentucky, Memphis, Virginia, Ole Miss, Buffalo, Nevada, Boston College, and Louisville.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]