Kyle McCord goes to the move portal: The Ohio State quarterback is likely to be one of the most sought-after players this summer.

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When the college football transfer system opened on Monday, one of the biggest names in the sport jumped right in. There are rumors that Ohio State’s starting quarterback, Kyle McCord, is looking at other choices.

Kyle McCord goes to the move portal

As a starter for the Buckeyes for the first full season, McCord threw for 3,170 yards and 24 touchdowns. He led coach Ryan Day’s team to an 11-0 record before they lost to foe Michigan in the last game of the regular season, which was also the Big Ten East championship game. Before the summer, McCord was competing with Devin Brown to be the starting quarterback after CJ Stroud left for the NFL.

McCord threw for 240 yards in Ohio State’s win over No. 15 Notre Dame in Week 4. He also had a big game against No. 10 Penn State on October 21 when he threw for 286 yards and a score.

McCord threw for 3,776 yards and 27 touchdowns in three years at Ohio State. As a true freshman, he started against Akron in place of Stroud and threw for 319 yards and two scores.

According to 247Sports, McCord is currently ranked No. 5 in the transfer portal rankings. He should be one of the most sought-after talents on the market. Several top quarterbacks have already jumped through the door this winter. They are Dillon Gabriel from Oklahoma, Riley Leonard from Duke, Cameron Ward from Washington State, Dante Moore from UCLA, DJ Uiagalelei from Oregon State, and Will Howard from Kansas State.

Kyle McCord goes to the move portal

This could be a sign that Day is going to use mobile quarterbacks more after Stroud and McCord failed to do their job against the Wolverines. The only time McCord ran for -65 yards was in 2023. Stroud, on the other hand, led Ohio State to the College Football Playoff and got 108 yards on the ground, 34 of which came in the Peach Bowl win over Georgia.

You can rank McCord as the No. 49 player in the Class of 2021 and give him four stars. He played for St. Joseph’s Prep in Philadelphia.

When the college football transfer system opened on Monday, one of the biggest names in the sport jumped right in. There are rumors that Ohio State’s starting quarterback, Kyle McCord, is looking at other choices.

As a starter for the Buckeyes for the first full season, McCord threw for 3,170 yards and 24 touchdowns. He led coach Ryan Day’s team to an 11-0 record before they lost to foe Michigan in the last game of the regular season, which was also the Big Ten East championship game. Before the summer, McCord was competing with Devin Brown to be the starting quarterback after CJ Stroud left for the NFL.

McCord threw for 240 yards in Ohio State’s win over No. 15 Notre Dame in Week 4. He also had a big game against No. 10 Penn State on October 21 when he threw for 286 yards and a score.

McCord threw for 3,776 yards and 27 touchdowns in three years at Ohio State. As a true freshman, he started against Akron in place of Stroud and threw for 319 yards and two scores.

 

Kyle McCord goes to the move portal

According to 247Sports, McCord is currently ranked No. 5 in the transfer portal rankings. He should be one of the most sought-after talents on the market. Several top quarterbacks have already jumped through the door this winter. They are Dillon Gabriel from Oklahoma, Riley Leonard from Duke, Cameron Ward from Washington State, Dante Moore from UCLA, DJ Uiagalelei from Oregon State, and Will Howard from Kansas State.

This could be a sign that Day is going to use mobile quarterbacks more after Stroud and McCord failed to do their job against the Wolverines. The only time McCord ran for -65 yards was in 2023. Stroud, on the other hand, led Ohio State to the College Football Playoff and got 108 yards on the ground, 34 of which came in the Peach Bowl win over Georgia.

Kyle McCord goes to the move portal

You can rank McCord as the No. 49 player in the Class of 2021 and give him four stars. He played for St. Joseph’s Prep in Philadelphia.

 

 

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