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Will Rogers 2024 College Transfer Odds: Miami and Washington State Top Favorites

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Will Rogers 2024 College Transfer Odds: Miami and Washington State Top Favorites

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Will Rogers is on the move. 

The senior quarterback out of Mississippi State has entered the transfer portal after the Bulldogs fired coach Zach Arnett earlier this month, and he’ll certainly be one of the top options for several schools looking for a signal-caller out of the portal. 

Rogers only played in eight games this year due to injuries, totaling 1,626 yards and 12 touchdown passes with just four interceptions. He also had an electric junior season in 2022, racking up 3,713 yards and 34 touchdown passes – including a career-high 450 yards in a season-opening win over Memphis. 

He’s second all-time in career SEC passing yards and first in career completions, producing a storied resume during his time in Starkville.

Rogers’ 2023 regression was partially injury-related, but he also thrived in a different system the year prior under then-head coach, the legendary departed Mike Leach. That’s something to keep in mind as Rogers explores his options and tries to find the best landing spot for 2024. 

Will Rogers 2024 Transfer College Team Odds

TeamOddsImplied Probability
Washington State+55015.4%
Ohio State+70012.5%
Florida State+80011.1%
The Field+60014.3%

These odds are for entertainment purposes only and do not reflect odds that may be available on legal betting apps.

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Will Rogers Possible 2024 Landing Spots

In terms of desire and fit, we have Miami as the most likely destination. The Hurricanes fielded a top-25 offense this season thanks in part to the addition of offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson. He previously led an explosive passing attack for four years as Houston’s offensive coordinator and QB coach, and Miami’s offensive output took a huge leap after Dawson joined head coach Mario Cristobal in Coral Gables. 

Miami quarterback Tyler Van Dyke is also hitting the transfer portal, so there’s an immediate need and Rogers seems to check all of the boxes. 

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As far as pro-development goes, Kentucky should be an attractive destination for many in the portal. Former Wildcat Will Levis was the first pick in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft and earned the starting job for the Tennessee Titans this season. 

Kentucky offensive coordinator Liam Coen also spent 2022 as the offensive coordinator for the Los Angeles Rams. If there’s mutual interest here, the Wildcats could be a home run destination. 

While there should be several opportunities in the SEC, ACC, and perhaps the Big Ten, Washington State is a potential sleeper. 

While starting quarterback Cam Ward has not entered the portal yet, he reportedly has a multitude of seven-figure NIL offers from top-tier programs hoping to lure him away. If he bites, Rogers could be a solid option to plug in immediately in 2024. 

We don’t know how much conference or national spotlight will play into Rogers’ decision. If it’s a top priority, the Cougars aren’t the best fit as they prepare for a scheduling agreement with the Mountain West following the dissolution of the Pac-12 as we know it. But Washington State did offer Rogers out of high school and that’s something to keep in mind for sure. 

Ohio State could also be looking to the portal after an underwhelming year from starter Kyle McCord, and the same goes for Florida State with sixth-year QB Jordan Travis off to the NFL Draft after suffering a season-ending injury in November. 

Auburn could be in the market as well after an underwhelming year from Michigan State transfer QB Payton Thorne. We don’t know how tempting the Tigers will be in the grand scheme. Washington and Michigan are two additional schools that might think about reaching out, but they aren’t the most likely scenarios. 

We see the prolific talent continuing his career with a storied program on the rise, with Rogers heading south to take over under center for the Hurricanes. 

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Dan Kilbridge for Bookies.com
Dan Kilbridge
Handicapper Dan Kilbridge writes about college football, MLB and other sports for Bookies.com after spending three years covering Tiger Woods’ comeback and the PGA for Golfweek.