Top three quarterbacks left in the transfer portal

It is official, C.J. Stroud declared for the 2023 NFL draft and the Ohio State Buckeyes are forced to search for the next possible answer at quarterback.

The most obvious and likely choice is the former five-star from Pennsylvania, Kyle McCord. However, Devin Brown, who was also a five-star prospect in last year’s class according to some recruiting services, may surprise some folks.

It is doubtful the Ohio State coaching staff dives into the transfer portal to find its next gunslinger, but there are still some interesting names available, and OSU could always look there for depth. We have already seen Sam Hartman commit to Notre Dame, Devin Leary transfer to Kentucky and Hudson Card announce his intentions to head to Purdue, but I wanted to dive into the top options left in the gift that keeps on giving — the transfer portal.

Walker Howard

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Walker Howard entered the portal after spending one season with the LSU Tigers. He was a four-star prospect in the class of 2022 out of the state of Louisiana and was a consensus top-50 prospect and top 10 quarterback in the country.

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Sam Huard

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Sam Huard is a former five-star prospect in the class of 2021 from Washington, who originally committed to the home-state Huskies but appears ready to move on. Huard is the son of former Washington quarterback, Damon Huard, and nephew to Brock Huard.

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Spencer Sanders

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This one is a bit shocking. Spencer Sanders is looking for a new home after five years at Oklahoma State. Sanders has been inconsistent, but there is no denying his talent as one of the most productive players in college football and one of the best-scrambling quarterbacks in the nation. He will provide an immediate upgrade for a team, but he may have been better off rolling the dice in the NFL.

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Story originally appeared on Buckeye Wire