The following list features transfers from August 1 to August 25, 2021. All players (and their information) were collected via AthLinkd’s transfer portal database tool.

5. Mike Cullinane

DL | West Liberty

The 6’3″ 275-pound defensive tackle saw action in 2019 as a true freshman, playing in five total games. He did not record any statistical participation in the abbreviated 2021 spring season before entering the transfer portal in August 2021. The West Virginia native elected to remain in-state and in the Mountain East Conference, finding a new home in Concord University.

2018 Highlights (High School)

4. Marc Dagobert

LB | Seton Hill

Dagobert found playing time in 2019 as a true freshman, appearing in four contests. He finished with several tackles and a forced fumble while playing a linebacker/defensive end hybrid role at 6’0″ 215 pounds. Originally from Florida, he entered the portal in August 2021 after Seton Hill had their entire 2020 season cancelled. He should retain several years of eligibility.

2018 Highlights (High School)

3. Damontay Rhem

RB | Virginia Union

Rhem was a well-known prospect out of North Carolina in the class of 2015. He played in seven games for UNC Pembroke as a freshman before transferring to NC State as a walk-on. In 2018 he earned a scholarship while playing in eight contests. As a graduate senior, the 5’11” 220-pound runningback transferred to Virginia Union but their entire 2020 season was cancelled.

2015 Highlights

2. Sam Harris

OL | MSU-Moorhead

Harris, a class of 2017 from North Dakota, redshirted as a freshman before seeing meaningful snaps in 2018. In 2019, at 6’3″ 255 pounds, he became the starting center for nine games while being named to the All-Academic Team of Excellence. He did not get to play in 2020 as the Dragons had their entire season cancelled.

2016 Highlights (High School)

1. Collin Wilson

WR | Fort Hays State / Washburn

Wilson holds the most honors of anyone else on this list. He found his success at Washburn where he redshirted in 2017 before appearing in six games in 2018. 2019 was his breakout year, recording 37 catches for 543 yards and seven touchdowns; Wilson would be selected as All-Conference. He initially entered the portal in April 2021 before signing with Fort Hays State only to re-enter in August 2021.

2019 Highlights

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