Another Vanderbilt QB has reportedly entered the NCAA transfer portal
Recently hired offensive coordinator Todd Fitch won’t be the only new component of Vanderbilt’s offense this coming season. Four Commodores quarterbacks saw action in 2019. One is out of eligibility and looks like none of the other three will be returning for 2020.
Allan Walters, who was a redshirt freshman this past season, becomes the latest Vanderbilt quarterback to have entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal, according to AL.com’s Matt Zenitz. The news come shortly after Deuce Wallace’s recent announcement that he is leaving the program. Mo Hasan entered the transfer portal in December. Riley Neal, a graduate transfer from Ball State, has no remaining eligibility.
Entering the transfer portal doesn’t mean a player is gone, but even if the QBs in the portal end up transferring, Derek Mason’s squad will have options at quarterback this fall. The Commodores signed JUCO transfer Jeremy Moussa, a 3-star pro-style prospect, along with incoming freshmen Ken Seals and Michael Wright. Seals is a 3-style pro-style prospect out of Weatherford (Texas) while Wright is a 3-star dual-threat out of Woodward Academy in Atlanta.
After not playing in 2018, Walters appeared in three games this past season, completing 2-of-9 passes for 36 yards.
As a recruit, Walters was a 3-star pro-style prospect in the class of 2018 with 17 scholarship offers, including Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss and Texas A&M.
Source: Vanderbilt QB Allan Walters has entered the transfer portal.
Ended the season as the team’s backup QB.
— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) January 17, 2020