The transfer portal has slowed down as we are in July, but with so many players changing schools rankings are a must. Here is my rating of the top 10 defensive backs who have switched schools this cycle.
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Lawrence brings his talent from Tennessee and could have an impact on the national title race as a cog in what should be a defense that continues to improve.
The former West Virginia star joins a nasty defense where the secondary was one of the question marks.
A lockdown cornerback who has struggled at times, he fills a massive need from Clemson despite some off-field question marks.
Another former West Virginia player, Miller is a big corner and a plug-and-play guy for Auburn.
The former five star loves Jeff Hafley from his recruiting days and will be the most talented safety at Boston College since Justin Simmons as he heads on from FSU.
Stevenson will be a key outside corner for the Hurricanes from Georgia, and he has the ability to be All-ACC.
Carter is a big get from Memphis and should help a secondary that lost some key players to the NFL.
The Texas transfer has a ton of talent and heads back home to the Atlanta area to help a struggling secondary.
The former Tulsa corner was coveted by many and this was a big win for Mizzou over Notre Dame. He should make an immediate impact.
Ohio State wanted him, so that speaks volumes, and the Kansas transfer could be the replacement for Jaycee Horn.