Ole Miss running back Quinshon Judkins has announced his decision to enter the transfer portal, leaving a potential gap in the team's offense. Judkins, who has had an impressive career at Ole Miss with 2,723 yards rushing and 31 touchdowns, made the decision after careful consideration and prayer. He expressed his gratitude to the Ole Miss community, his teammates, and the coaching staff for their support and development.
Judkins had a standout season in 2022, earning first-team All-SEC honors and rushing for 1,158 yards and 15 touchdowns. He has consistently been a dominant force on the field, with multiple 100-yard rushing games and strong receiving abilities.
Despite being a three-star recruit and initially overlooked by some teams, Judkins has proven himself as a talented player. With his impressive track record, he is likely to draw interest from various programs, including schools closer to his hometown in Alabama, such as Auburn.
Other potential options for Judkins include Alabama, where he could join a talented running back group and make an immediate impact, and Miami, which could benefit from his versatility as a receiver. Colorado and Clemson are also mentioned as potential destinations, with both programs looking to add talent to their rosters.
As Judkins explores his options, it will be interesting to see which program he ultimately chooses and the impact he will make as he continues his football journey.
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