Poll: Who will have most transfer success?

If you caught our Thursday links sessions a little earlier, you saw that Athlon Sports took a look at the top transfers to keep an eye on around the country this fall.

The SEC watched more players walk away than come in, but there are still a few players who could really help their new teams in 2013.

With that said, we thought we'd take a look at some of the top transfers, who sat out last season and are eligible to play this fall in the SEC, and ask you guys which team will benefit the most from these guys being able to play this fall.


Texas A&M has a pair of solid running backs vying for time this year. Tra Carson (Oregon) and Brandon Williams (Oklahoma) sat out the 2012 season, but are going through spring practice with the hope of being major contributors in 2013. Of the two, Williams might have the best shot of really bringing something big to the Aggies' offense this fall. Williams has the potential to be a game-changer with his speed. He has receiver speed at the running back position and could be a real home-run threat. Carson is a shifty player, and having him on the roster just gives the Aggies another solid option in one of the nation's deepest backfields.


Florida is working with two transfers on the offensive line in Max Garcia (Maryland) and Tyler Moore (Nebraska). Both enter the spring as starters, but Garcia might have the best chance of holding his spot as the starter at left guard. With James Wilson gone, this really is Garcia's spot to lose after starting at left tackle for the Terps in 2011. He was on campus last fall, so he knows the offensive schemes and calls. With junior Chaz Green recovering from ankle surgery this spring, Moore is starting at right tackle this spring. He'll have more competition on his hands than Garcia once Green returns, but a strong spring will certainly benefit him. Regardless of whether he starts or not, he gives the Gators good depth up front, and that's never a bad thing in the SEC.


Missouri will finally get to put Texas wide receiver Darius White on the field this fall. After a subpar year from the Tigers' receiving corps last season, White has a chance to really make some noise for Mizzou. White is behind veteran L'Damian Washington and Jaleel Clark at the "Z" receiver spot, but White's explosiveness and athleticism will keep him in the mix to snag some valuable reps this spring and push for time this fall. The Tigers will also get the services of offensive lineman Mitch Hall, who transferred from Ole Miss. He's listed as the No. 2 left guard behind Evan Boehm, but Missouri learned last year that it needs all the bodies it can take on its offensive line. At 6-foot-5, 320 pounds, he will certainly push for time this year.