List Updates, 2022 NCAA Diversion Portal Predictions

Muncie, Indiana – The revolving door of college football players entering and exiting the transfer window has slowed last week.

According to NCAA transfer portal data, there were 2,538 subdivision football players who entered the transfer portal in 2021. Data for 2022 (August 1, 2021 to July 31, 2022) is not yet available, but this number is expected to increase since Nearly 1,000 more players entered the portal last year compared to 2020 (1,583).

But, since the May 1 deadline for immediate eligibility in the fall – a player can still apply for an exemption to become immediately eligible if they enter the portal after May 1 – has passed, a significant proportion of players who will enter the portal have already passed I did.

BSU:5 former State Ball players sign as free agents to the NFL; Two get mini-experiments

Ball State, like any other Mid-American Conference program and, frankly, every major college football program, has seen a lot of roster changes this season. Here’s a look at how the Cardinals’ roster has changed since last season ended:

Transfers coming to Ball State

Michigan State's Kyle King pressured Maryland State's Taulia Tagoviloa during the fourth quarter on Saturday, November 13, 2021, at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing.

Kyle King, formerly of New Palestine and serving in Michigan’s Defense Line, announced his commitment on January 3. At MSU, King scored four tackles and three defensive passes in seven games.

► Junior Safety In Indianapolis, Lauren Strickland entered the transfer gate on November 16. He joined this spring. Strickland has recorded 79 tackles (62 singles), 1 interception and 15 assists defended in 19 UIndy games.

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