Texas is home to some of the best college football. Some of the best high school prospects come from the great state of Texas and come from all around the country to play football here in college. Well, sometimes the best decision isn’t always the first choice. Some prospects decide to transfer and we are here to give those athletes looking for a home–a spotlight.
Jaylen Gipson | 6’2″ 193 | Dual-threat QB | Texas State
Jaylen is a Quarterback from Mexia, TX who was rated as a three-star recruit coming out of high school. He redshirted his freshmen year in 2017 and has only appeared in 9 games over a 3-year span for the bobcats. He entered the transfer portal early this month and has received offers from Mississippi Valley State and North Alabama. This is a strong-armed quarterback who can launch the ball downfield and hit receivers in stride. He shows beautiful footwork in the pocket and has dangerous speed he can use to torch defenses with. He also shows good timing on all of his throws and should be a strong contributor where ever he ends up.
Dylan Jordan (Jr) | 6’3″ 215 | LB | TCU
Dylan was a 3-star linebacker and running-back coming out of high school. He has excellent speed coming off the edge and in pursuit. Dylan also shows the ability to drop into coverage and make plays on the ball to break up passes. He can cover the entire field sideline-to-sideline because of his tremendous speed and pursuit of the ball. He has a strong athletic build and should be a great defender for whatever school he chooses to go to.
Dennis Robinson (Jr.) | 6’5″ 210 | WR | Northern Illinois
Dennis Robinson entered the transfer portal at the beginning of the year and has finally found a home in Texas State. The is a tall, lengthy receiver with a long wingspan and impressive frame standing at 6-5, 210 Ibs. Dennis runs good clean routes, has adequate speed, and can climb the latter to meet the ball at the apex. One thing that most impresses me is his burst off the ball and ability to fly downfield. He has long legs that help him build speed downfield. He handles business on and off the field and he should be a special player to watch this season for the bobcats.
Stay tuned for more transfer portal news and updates on athletes that come into the state of Texas or that are living and transferring out of state.