Miami football transfer portal offer tracker

The Miami football team will be active in the transfer portal during the 2024 offseason. This will be a ongoing update of the offers Miami has sent to transfers.

Nov 11, 2023; Tallahassee, Florida, USA; Miami Hurricanes center Matt Lee (55) about to snap the ball during the game against the Florida State Seminoles at Doak S. Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Myers-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 11, 2023; Tallahassee, Florida, USA; Miami Hurricanes center Matt Lee (55) about to snap the ball during the game against the Florida State Seminoles at Doak S. Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Myers-USA TODAY Sports /
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Expect defensive tackle, quarterback and safety to be the primary focus of the coaching staff for the Miami football team in the transfer portal. Multiple sources have reported on various offers Miami has already made to transfers. The number of offers Miami sends out to transfers will continue to grow over the next month.

Based on tweets from the players and reports from media outlets this will be a list of which players have received offers through the transfer portal from the Miami football program. Per current reports, The Miami football program has offered eight players through the transfer portal since it went live on December 4.

No official reports or tweets directly from the player have stated the Miami football program has offered any big names. Vanderbilt safety Savion Riley is the only transfer from a power conference that has reportedly received an offer from Miami. Miami will be looking for experienced safeties through the transfer portal.

The Miami football program is also expected to target an experienced QB. Bringing in an experienced QB will allow Emory Williams to redshirt in 2024 and potentially give Jacurri Brown another year to learn before competing with Williams, 2024 commit Judd Anderson and 2025 commit Luke Nickel to be the Miami starting QB.

Riley played in eight games in 2023 and finished fifth on the Commodores with 48 tackles. Vanderbilt lists Riley as a sophomore, but he reportedly has three seasons of eligibility left after not playing as a freshman in 2022. Riley is a player who has exceeded his high school recruiting ranking.

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