NCAA Football’s Best Quarterback Transfers for March

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Due to the NCAA transfer portal, quarterbacks are getting transferred to various teams in more ways now than ever before. As the eligibility of quarterbacks improves, they become more likely to be transferred.

This is probably great for the teams they transfer to, but not to people who do NCAAF betting. While it’s difficult to keep track of all this movement, we’re happy to help.

So here are the most significant quarterback transfers for March that you should continue to track for the sake of maximizing your odds in NCAAF betting.

Austin Kendall – West Virginia

Austin Kendall is a decent quarterback that had Neal Brown as his first coach in Morgantown and also has good stats.

He completed approximately 72% of his passes in his last three seasons which is really commendable. This transfer may be his chance to start really going at it in the college football league.

Ben Hicks – Arkansas

Unlike Kendall, Ben Hicks already had a successful career with the Mustangs in his past three seasons. Ben Hicks is a graduate transfer and have remarkable college stats with 71 touchdowns to 34 interceptions and 9,081 yards. His coach from 2015 to 2017 is Chad Morris and his potential new team is the Razorbacks.

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Jack Tuttle – Indiana

Jack Tuttle is just waiting for the appeal of his transfer waiver to be completed until he gets transferred to another team. Tuttle was a former four-star quarterback and this is not the first time he got transferred.

Justin Fields – Ohio State

Fields are regarded as a five-star quarterback talent and whichever team gets him will have a good time with it. He’s, in fact, a player with Georgia last season and it’s not an exaggeration to say that he’s one of the most productive players they had at that time.

Jalen Hurts – Oklahoma

Jalen Hurts is a lot like Kendall with great stats of 72.9 completion percentage being a backup last year. The most productive season he might have had is possibly at Alabama. Now, Hurts is considered to be one of the top transfer quarterbacks in 2019.

Jacob Eason – Washington

Back as a sophomore, Jacob Eason had an injury and had to sit out the entire 2018 season. Fortunately, he had the leisure to learn things from four-year Jake Browning. Eason’s stats aren’t bad and he’s expected to do better in his next transfer, as well.

Tate Martell – Miami

Martell is perhaps one of the most valuable players of Miami as he made a very good play in his last two seasons at Ohio State. He had an 82 completion per cent, far from Hurts’ and Kendall’s all the while having rushed for 5.8 yards.

These are the top seven quarterback transfers in the coming late March. If their transfer waivers get approved, you can expect some major changes on the team they get transferred to.