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Travis Hunter, a Jackson State player, is the highest-ranked overall player in 2022 according to 247Sports. has entered the transfer portal After announcing his decision Sunday night.

Hunter finished the eight-game season with 18 catches and 188 yards. He also scored four touchdowns. With a 19-yard TD catch, the star freshman forced overtime in Celebration Bowl. Hunter was able to complete his final game at JSU with four catches, totalling 47 yards and two TDs.

Travis Hunter, cornerback, had 20 tackles, 2 interceptions, and 10 pass breaksups.

Hunter’s departure comes on the heels of Tiger head coach and Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders departing to take the same position at Colorado on Dec. 3.

Sanders has brought many key elements of his Jackson State program to Boulder in the weeks since his hiring. Quarterback Shedeur Sanders, Deion’s son, entered the transfer portal shortly after the Celebration Bowl, and is expected to join his father with the Buffaloes alongside a few others, potentially including Hunter.

Colorado remains the preferred destination for Hunter, and many of Sanders’ Jackson State teammates are expected follow him to Boulder.

You should also keep an eye on Georgia, Miami and USC. Hunter is from Georgia and UGA has provided the best defense over the past two years.

USC and Miami are places where Hunter — who some people have called the next Prime Time — could play both ways on offense and defense. Hunter, who is a 40-inch vertical player and is 6-2, is expected to play corner at the next level. However, he is a formidable red zone threat for offense because of his 6-2 frame.

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Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire

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