There is a ton of talent at the most important position in the game available right now in the transfer portal. Here's where they should each end up
1. Hudson Card, Texas
The former four-star has had interest from darn near every team with a pulse, and it's easy to see why. Despite being beaten out by Quinn Ewers, Card still has the arm talent to make all the necessary throws and the requisite athleticism needed to escape the pocket. If Alabama comes knocking, it's going to be hard for him to turn down the Crimson Tide but watch out for Oregon here.
2. Devin Leary, NC State
Injuries cut his 2022 campaign short, but Leary was one of the best and most efficient passers in the nation in 2021. He has great anticipation and doesn't turn the ball over much while being able to do more with his legs than most people think. He'll have a litany of offers, but Illinois and Missouri are two to watch.
3. Spencer Sanders, Oklahoma State
A bit of a surprising entry into the portal, the now-former Oklahoma State signal-caller has a couple of years of good play under his belt and will no doubt have plenty of offers. The Dallas native should garner interest from around the country and keep an eye on Florida.
4. Brennan Armstrong, Virginia
Coming into 2022, Armstrong was a dark horse Heisman candidate after an astounding 2021, where he accrued over 4,400 yards passing and 40 total TDs. But he and new head coach Tony Elliott's system did not click, and he's now in the portal. His ability to extend the play and take off with his legs makes him a versatile scheme fit, and he'll garner a lot of attention. He'd be a great fit at Wisconsin under new OC Phil Longo but Notre Dame is watching as well.
5. DJ Uiagalelei, Clemson
While 'Big Cinco' didn't quite live up to the hype as the number one overall prospect from the class of 2020, he's also shown at moments why he was so highly regarded as a prep. It has been long rumored that he and his brother Matayo are a package deal, and the latest rumors have the two California natives ending up at UCLA.