June 17, 2024

Ole Miss reaches out to Michigan portal safety Keon Sabb

Inside the Rebels has confirmed through sources that Ole Miss is one of roughly twenty colleges that have contacted former Michigan safety Keon Sabb since he last week entered the transfer portal. When previous head coach Jim Harbaugh left for the NFL, Michigan players were given an extra 30-day window to use the transfer portal.

Impact defender Keon Sabb made his move official and became the top player available in a declining market for the 2024 cycle, which resulted in Michigan’s first significant transfer portal loss. The majority of the top prospects on the transfer portal have already registered at new schools as the spring semester drop-add dates for college football have passed.

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Sabb, though, is now one of the few high-impact alternatives available, and more might be added with another coaching shift this week, with Shawn Elliott leaving Georgia State to join South Carolina’s Shane Beamer’s staff.

This late in the offseason, there is not a single player in the top 50 rankings who has not made a commitment. Later in the spring, there will be an additional gateway window. A number of players, including two from Washington after the Huskies signed former Arizona coach Jedd Fisch, have opted to withdraw after accessing the portal in recent days. Players frequently look in a different direction after a coaching change before meeting with the new staff to evaluate fit.

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