Dorian SInger Headlines Wildcats Entering the Transfer Portal

Last week, Jedd Fisch predicted this would be another offseason of “major” roster overturn as he enters his third season as head coach. 

With the transfer portal now open, multiple Wildcats have announced their intention to move on from Tucson, including sophomore wide receiver Dorian Singer, who led the Pac-12 with 1,105 receiving yards.

The 6-foot-1 wide receiver came to Pinnacle High School from Minnesota for the 2020 season. He came to Tucson as a walk-on and eventually earned a scholarship prior to the 2022 season. 

Singer quickly received offers from Utah and Arizona State after he announced he had entered the transfer portal. 

The wide receiver room could look a lot different if Singer players elsewhere and Jacob Cowing declares for the draft. Tetairoa McMillan is slated to return along with Kevin Green, Anthony Simpson and A.J. Jones.

In addition to Singer, running back Drake Anderson and wide receiver Jamarye Joiner has entered the portal. Defensively, Jaxen Turner, Kyon Barrs, Kolbe Cage, Paris Shand, Tank Wilson and Tyler Martin have all followed suite.

Turner was the Wildcats’ leading tackler, and Barrs and Cage had significant roles last year as well. 

The Wildcats had major success last year bringing in talent from the portal, especially on the offensive side of the ball. The team will look to do the same on the defensive side this offseason.