Monday, January 17, 2022

Oklahoma’s Caleb Williams enters transfer portal

Must Read

“I think they want to save me” – Kathleen Chukagian free agent after UFC Vegas 46 victory

Kathleen Chukagian secured another victory over Jennifer Maya in UFC Vegas 46, but while her first...

Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli’s Los Angeles home burglarized

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Jannulli started the new year as victims of the invasion.The couple's home in Los...

Facebook bans ads from hemp-based businesses — although products are legal

Facebook and Instagram’s strict advertising policies are hurting small businesses that produce products from cannabis - although the...


Caleb Williams is in high demand on the college football transfer portal.

The college football world suffered a concussion on Monday as Oklahoma defender Caleb Williams announced he had entered the transfer portal.

“This season has been incredible,” Williams wrote on Twitter. “My love for my teammates, my coaches and the Faster Nation is indescribable. The support you have given me cannot be overestimated, you are the best. ”

Williams has surpassed Spencer Rattler, who is a starting quarterback this season, as he has previously been the most recognized in the country. Rattler entered the transfer portal in November and eventually remained loyal to South Carolina.

Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley left for USC in November, and the Sooners hired former Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables to replace him.

Williams mentioned “recent changes” in his note – a clear signal of Riley’s departure – and he said he didn’t rule out a return to Oklahoma, but that accessing the portal was the only way he could legally hear what other programs had to offer. he said. .

Oklahoma Sports Director Joe Castiglione and Venables said in a statement that they “will continue to engage.” [Williams] and a comprehensive plan for his family’s development as a student and midfielder, including a graduation path and strategic use of NIL opportunities.

These NIL capabilities – names, images, and similarities that NCAA athletes are allowed to use anew – will spark a multi-player movement in college athletics, creating a whole new paradigm.

There will be a lot of competition in Oklahoma to keep Williams. Pit Temel from Yahoo Sports he says Williams will be “the most sought after player on the portal.”

Williams spoke with his father, Carl Temel he said his son has no goals and he believes that his plans to go to the program will best prepare him to become a professional defender.

“Professional development. We want Caleb to be ready to play when he is a professional. You go to college to prepare for your career, ”Carl Williams told Temel. “His chosen career is professional football. We want him to be ready when that time comes. “

The 20-year-old Williams has completed 64.6 percent of his assists for Oklahoma this season, throwing 1,916 yards and 21 rebounds in four interceptions.

.

- Advertisement -
Latest News

“I think they want to save me” – Kathleen Chukagian free agent after UFC Vegas 46 victory

Kathleen Chukagian secured another victory over Jennifer Maya in UFC Vegas 46, but while her first...

Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli’s Los Angeles home burglarized

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Jannulli started the new year as victims of the invasion.The couple's home in Los Angeles was stolen earlier this...

Facebook bans ads from hemp-based businesses — although products are legal

Facebook and Instagram’s strict advertising policies are hurting small businesses that produce products from cannabis - although the cannabis crop hasn’t taken you...

Mustafa Ali and Vince McMahon had a heated argument before his release request

Mustafa Ali has asked WWE to release him, and he announced the news today. Maybe they’ll get him out of the deal...

Meet Cowboys’ Dak Prescott’s girlfriend Natalie Buffett

Duck Prescott’s sixth NFL season was even sweeter, partly thanks to his favorite fan. The Cowboys midfielder, who suffered an ankle injury at the...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This