The transfer portal has slowed down slightly as we head into summer, but with so many players changing schools rankings are a must. Here is my ranking of the top 10 running backs who have switched programs this cycle.

1. Eric Gray, Oklahoma

Gray showed a lot of flashes of his talent at Tennessee and could be hard to stop with the Oklahoma offensive line and a passing game.

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2. Ty Chandler, North Carolina

Chandler can’t replace both Javonte Williams and Michael Carter but he’s impressed with his speed so far and will have a major impact.

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3. Demarckus Bowman, Florida

The former five-star running back headed out-of-state to Clemson but apparently got homesick and is now set to fix a poor Florida running game as the best option the Gators have had in a long time.

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4. Kenneth Walker, Michigan State

This is a quiet one but really a great get by the Spartans as Walker was excellent for Wake Forest and has shown the ability to compete at the Power Five level. He brings needed speed.

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5.
TJ Pledger, Utah

I love this fit for the former Sooner who heads back west and has a chance to pick up the pieces from the tragic death of Ty Jordan.

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6. Zach Charbonnet, UCLA 

The former Michigan back started his career in Ann Arbor well but somehow fell out of favor. Now, back in Cali, the former four-star should shine.

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7. Kevontre Bradford, Oklahoma

As if OU needs more help on offense. Bradford has a chance to be the man down the line for the Sooners with his speed and escapability.

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8. Keilan Robinson, Texas   

Robinson has the ability to help as a runner and as a receiver for Texas and will be an excellent complement to Bijan Robinson.

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9. Keaontay Ingram, USC

Ingram left Texas showing quite a bit of promise as a tough runner. USC had a huge need for running backs so this is a great fit.

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10. DJ Williams, Florida State 

Williams was a late-bloomer in high school. He heads back to his home state and could be a home run hitter for the Seminoles after a very average run at Auburn.

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