The one shock is that Washington quarterbacks Colson Yankoff and Jacob Sirmon have entered the switch portal at exactly the identical time. They arrived collectively final summer season, entered the switch portal this week and, it seems, will depart UW collectively.

That each are leaving this system, irregardless of the timing, is hardly a stunner.

Quarterbacks are as more likely to depart for different pastures as they’re to stay by way of the total sweep of their eligibility.

Positive, the switch portal makes the method simpler. However departures have been all-too-common for a number of seasons.

Multiple-third of elite quarterback recruits have transferred out of the convention prior to now 4 years, in accordance with a Hotline roster evaluation.

From 2015-18, Pac-12 faculties signed 39 quarterbacks that had been ranked within the top-50 nationally within the 247sports activities composite rankings.

Of these, 15 have transferred or left this system previous to the expiration of their eligibility for a purpose aside from coming into the NFL Draft.

Yep, 15 out of 39.

Right here’s the listing, with 247 nationwide rating (transfers in italics):

*** Class of 2015
No. 1 Josh Rosen (UCLA): Began three years, in NFL.
No. 7 Brady White (Arizona State): Transferred to Memphis.
No. eight Jake Browning (Washington): Began 4 years.
No. 9 Ricky City (USC): Transferred to junior faculty, then Pitt.
No. 11 Travis Jonsen (Oregon): Transferred to Montana State.
No. 12 Sam Darnold (USC): Began two years, in NFL.
No. 35 Ross Bowers (Cal): Transferred to Northern Illinois.
No. 39 Bryce Perkins (Arizona State): Transferred to junior faculty, now at Virginia.
No. 43 Tyler Hilinski (Washington State): Handed away Jan. ’18.
Class complete: 9
Transfers: 5

*** Class of 2016
No. Three Okay.J. Costello (Stanford): Getting into third 12 months as starter.
No. 20 Devon Modster (UCLA): Transferred to junior faculty, now at Cal
No. 21 Dillon Sterling-Cole (Arizona State): Competing for beginning job.
No. 22 Max Gilliam (Cal): Transferred to junior faculty, now at UNLV.
No. 23 Terry Wilson (Oregon): Transferred to junior faculty, now at Kentucky
No. 32 Matt Fink (USC): In switch portal
No. 38 Tyler Huntley (Utah): Getting into third 12 months as starter.
No. 43 Justin Herbert (Oregon): Getting into fourth 12 months as starter
No. 47 Matt Lynch (UCLA): Moved to tight finish
No. 49 Mason Moran (Oregon State): Moved to defensive again
Class complete: 10
Transfers: 4

*** Class of 2017
No. 1 Davis Mills (Stanford): Backup, recovering from damage
No. 6 Jack Sears (USC): Competing for beginning job
No. 21 Braxton Burmeister (Oregon): Transferred to Virginia Tech
No. 22 Chase Garbers (Cal): Favourite to begin this season.
No. 25 Ryan Kelley (Arizona State): Now not with program (vacation spot unknown)
No. 32 Connor Neville (Washington State): In switch portal
No. 37 Jake Haener (Washington): Presumptive No. 2 this season
No. 38 Tyler Lytle (Colorado): Reserve this season
No. 50 Jason Shelley (Utah): Presumptive No. 2 this season
Class complete: 9
Transfers: 3

*** Class of 2018
No. Three JT Daniels (USC): Anticipated to begin this season
No. Four Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA): Anticipated to begin this season
No. 6 Tanner McKee (Stanford): On two-year church mission
No. 12 Colson Yankoff (Washington): In switch portal
No. 13 Jacob Sirmon (Washington): In switch portal
No. 15 Tyler Shough (Oregon): Presumptive No. 2 this season
No. 16 Jack Tuttle (Utah): Transferred to Indiana
No. 21 Jack West (Stanford): Backup this season
No. 33 Cammon Cooper (Washington State): Presumptive backup this season
No. 43 Kevin Doyle (Arizona): Reserve this season
No. 45 Jamarye Joiner (Arizona): Reserve this season
Class complete: 11
Transfers: 3

4 12 months complete: 39
Transfers: 15

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And that’s simply from listing of top-50 recruits. Quite a few second-tier QBs (Oregon State’s Conor Blount, as an example) have departed as effectively.

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Within the depth of the exodus, we should always word, the Pac-12 is hardly alone.

Elite quarterback recruits not in place to begin have left all of the Energy 5 conferences.

(Alabama’s Jalen Hurts, Clemson’s Kelly Bryant and Ohio State’s Tate Martell are three of the 60+ quarterbacks who’ve entered the portal this cycle.)


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