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These Three HBCU Athletes Have Entered The Transfer Portal

Get ready for some exciting sports news! The transfer portal is abuzz with activity as several star athletes join the mix.

Clifton McDowell, Former QB for University of Montana — Transferring to Prarie A&M View University

Clifton McDowell, a talented quarterback looking for his next big opportunity, has been caught in the NCAA transfer portal winds and has finally landed at Prairie View A&M! This six-school veteran has committed to playing at Prairie View A&M, and according to HBCU Legends, he’s set to bring his incredible skills to the team.

In fact, McDowell was spotted attending the team‘s spring practice recently, and head coach Bubba McDowell confirmed that he’s all set to enroll by the summer. It’s time to get excited for an awesome season of football with McDowell’s stunning talent on display!

Monroe Beard III, Former LB for Tennesee State University — Transfer TBA

Monroe Beard III, the All-Conference linebacker from Tennessee State University, is making moves! He recently announced his decision to enter the NCAA Transfer Portal as a graduate transfer. This is huge! With his exceptional performance last season, which included 95 tackles, 4 TFLs, 1 INT, and 5 PBUs, he was awarded the 1st Team All-Conference honors.

Beard started his collegiate career at UAPB in 2019-22, where he showed his potential, but it was at TSU where he shined. He played a vital role in their third-ranked defense in the OVC-Big South in 2023. Now, according to Zach McKinnell of The Bluebloods, Beard will be taking his talents elsewhere after entering the transfer portal. Let’s wait and see where he ends up next!

Zaay Green, Former Guard for Arkansas-Pine Bluff — Transfer TBA

Arkansas-Pine Bluff‘s very own Zaay Green has entered the transfer portal. As reported by Jacob Mox with Next Hoops, this talented swingwoman is sure to make waves wherever she lands. Even though Dawn Thornton’s departure for Alabama A&M prompted Green’s decision to enter the portal, she has made it clear that a reunion in Birmingham is not on the cards.

With her impressive debut season at UAPB, where she dominated the scoring charts with an average of 15.8 points per game, Green has already established herself as a force to be reckoned with. As a former McDonald’s All-American and Jordan Brand Classic starter, she has the skills and experience to take any team to the next level. And in the 2023-24 season, she outdid herself, leading the team with an incredible 16.7 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 5.6 assists. We’re keeping our eyes peeled for where this rising star lands next!

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