UTSA’s biggest wins and losses to the transfer portal. The Roadrunners were able to pick up some serious talent from the transfer portal this year and they, unfortunately, lost a few players as well. We take a look at some of the biggest acquisitions and losses UTSA has had so far this year and how they will look on the field this season.
Top Transfers In
Kennedy Lewis, WR, Texas
Class of 2019, 3-star Melissa wide-out Kennedy Lewis is a big-time player added to the roster for UTSA. Firstly, Lewis passes the eye test with his big frame and long arms standing at 6’3″ 190. Secondly, Lewis has the jets he can turn on at any time and take the ball to the endzone anytime he touches it. Lewis only appeared in two games for the longhorns making his debut against Rice in 2019. He has a few improvements he can make to his game like getting off the LOS quicker and running routes but overall should be a strong contributor this year on offense for Roadrunners.
New Beginnings!!🔝#Roadrunner pic.twitter.com/AXxqQ1smku
— Ken🃏 (@84ken_) May 14, 2021
Tre’Von Bradley, WR, Houston
Bradley was also a 3-star prospect coming out of high school and also was a former Quarterback for Cleburne. At 6’1″ 195 Bradley is an athletically built receiver with a lean frame that he’s added a lot of mass to in college. He can go up and fight for those contested passes, catch in traffic and run adequate routes to create separation from himself and defenders. In 2020 he appeared in six games and made four starts finishing with 18 receptions for 228 yards and ranked fourth on the team in receptions and receiving yards. Bradley should be another strong contributor at wide receiver for the Roadrunners.
New beginning. Can't wait to get it rollin !! LETS GO🤙🏽🤙🏽 @CoachTraylor @UTSAFTBL pic.twitter.com/4F4wb4DRN8
— Tre'Von Bradley (@Trevon_bradley) May 13, 2021
Top Transfers Out
Suddin Sapien, QB, UTPB
Sapien was Midland Highs 3-star QB and record holder for career touchdown passes and still has 4 years off eligibility left for UTPB. He takes his talents back to his hometown back where it all started for Sapien. Therefore, resulting in an easy decision for Sapien to move back closer to home where friends and family can easily attend games and watch him play.
"This program – it's on the rise… we can do something great here." 👀🔥
After 2 years at UTSA, former @midlandhighfb QB @SuddinSapien is ready to make his mark at @UTPBFootball.
FULL STORY ⬇️ @Big2_Sports https://t.co/TERkljoXey pic.twitter.com/NIbgaZWQ7s
— Ben Peck (@TheBenPeck) July 10, 2021
Brennon Dingle, WR, TBD
Derick Wilson, WR, TBD