2024 Ohio Football Transfer Portal tracker

Ohio went 10-3 overall last season, but that wasn’t enough for the Bobcats to reach the MAC Championship. Still, they ended the season with a 41-21 win over Georgia Southern in the Myrtle Beach Bowl.

The Bobcats will try to remain competitive in the MAC despite losing star players like quarterback Kurtis Rourke and running back Sieh Bangura, both of whom are headed to Power Five programs. But the Bobcats added some transfers that could make significant contributions in 2024 as well.

Here’s a look at the players who committed to Ohio and left the team this offseason via the transfer portal, per 247 Sports. This list only consists of players who have announced their new team and does not include players who are still in the transfer portal.


Ohio transfer tracker

Name Old plow New team Pos.
Torrie Cox Jr. Ohio Illinois D.B
Shedrick Rhodes Ohio Rutgers OEL
C.J. Harris Ohio Cal QB
Sinn Brennan San Diego St. Ohio EDGE
Neville Walker Nevada Ohio EDGE
Jacoby Jones Ohio UCF WR
Rayyan Buell Ohio Colorado DL
Eian Pugh Illinois Ohio WR
Dontay Hunter II Ohio Prairie View A&M DL
Eamonn Dennis Michigan Ohio WR
Keegan Wilburn Ohio Bryant WR
Reise Collier UAB Ohio LB
Anthony Tyus III Northwest Ohio RB
Will Kacmarek Ohio Ohio St. AT
Quintell Quinn Ohio South Texas RB
Tigana Cisse Idaho Ohio OEL
Kurt Danneker Ohio Baylor OEL
Tyler Foster Ohio Oklahoma St. AT
Colby Garfield E Carolina Ohio L.S
Key Thompson Ohio Pitt LB
Jacob Proche Coastal Carolina Ohio D.B
Jacob Lewis Minnesota Ohio K
Gunnar Gundy Okay St. Ohio QB
Beau Blankenship Marshall Ohio AT
Kurtis Rourke Ohio Indiana QB
CJ Doggette Cincinnati Ohio DL
Aramoni Rhone Ohio Arkansas Pine Bluff AT
O’Shaan Allison Ohio Austin Peay RB
See Bangura Ohio Minnesota RB
Tyler Walton Ohio E. Michigan WR
Miles Cross Ohio Indiana WR
Coleman Owen N Arizona Ohio WR
Dustin Johnson N Colorado Ohio D.B
Blake Leak Bucknell Ohio LB
Trent Allen Davenport Ohio OEL
Jake Bruno Saint Francis Ohio AT
Ben McNaboe N. Dakota Ohio DL
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