Wyoming football: 2022 Transfer Portal Tracker
LARAMIE -- The NCAA Transfer Portal taketh and it giveth.
After Wyoming's annual spring game April 30, the program lost two players -- defensive tackle Ravontae Holt and safety Michael Chavez. However, just hours after the final whistle blew, Alabama transfer Keelan Cox announced he would be heading to Laramie with four years of eligibility remaining.
Thursday, former USC wide receiver Chase Locke announced via Twitter he will also head to the high plains with four collegiate seasons remaining.
If you follow this program, you know by now there has been plenty of coming and going since the Cowboys knocked off Kent State in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.
Let's keep track of it all right here:
Andrew Peasley - Quarterback - Utah State (STORY)
Evan Svoboda - Quarterback - Snow College (STORY)
Cole DeMarzo - Linebacker - Michigan State (STORY)
Jakorey Hawkins - Cornerback - Ole Miss (STORY)
Deron Harrell - Cornerback - Wisconsin (STORY)
TJ Urban - Safety - Air Force (STORY)
Keelan Cox - Defensive end - Alabama (STORY)
Chase Locke - Wide receiver - USC (STORY)
Keyon Blankenbaker - Nickelback - N/A
Levi Williams - Quarterback - Utah State
Sean Chambers - Quarterback - Montana State
Isaiah Neyor - Wide receiver - Texas
CJ Coldon - Cornerback - Oklahoma
Azizi Hearn - Cornerback - UCLA
Cam Murray - Safety - Northern Colorado
Victor Jones - Defensive tackle/ end - Akron
Rome Weber - Safety - Western Kentucky
Xazavian Valladay - Running back - Arizona State
Jaylen Pate - Defensive end - Northwestern
Solomon Byrd - Defensive end - USC
Malik Williams - Offensive lineman - Contra Costa College
Michael Chavez - Safety - N/A
Ravontae Holt - Defensive tackle - Akron
* Hearn, Murray, Valladay, Pate and Holt are all graduate transfers
* Last updated 5/19/22 at 9:47 p.m. MT
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