Kansas Jayhawks Football Transfer Portal Tracker: 2024 Spring Window

Keep up with the Jayhawks transfer portal moves during the spring window
Guaranteed Rate Bowl - Kansas v UNLV
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Spring practices recently wrapped up for the Kansas football program, and Jayhawk fans were given a sneak peek of the 2024 team that is expected to have one of the best seasons in recent program history. However, this is also the time when the spring transfer portal window opens up and teams begin to lose some talent.

KU stayed relatively safe from the winter transfer portal, and it has done so again with just five days remaining until the window closes on Apr. 30. As of today, five Jayhawks have announced their intentions to transfer from the program. Keep up with this transfer portal tracker that we will update daily to monitor the coaching staff's moves this offseason.

RB Red Martel

Martel was an early high school enrollee who participated in spring practices with the squad. Unfortunately, things did not work out with the 3-star tailback as fellow RB commit Harry Stewart III received the majority of the shine. He was committed to Kansas for a long time and had fans excited for his arrival, but it turned out to be short-lived.

DE Davion Westmoreland

Westmoreland was a JUCO transfer who hardly found the field during his two years at KU. Across that pair of campaigns, he recorded six tackles and appeared in nine of 13 games this past season. He was nothing more than defensive line depth. The former Hutchinson Community College product has two years of eligibility remaining.

WR Surahz Buncom

The former 3-star recruit redshirted his freshman season and decided to head elsewhere after one year. Buncom is a 6-foot-4 WR with tremendous physical traits, similar to the current wideouts on the Jayhawks roster. He could have budded into a solid player in the offense, but he'll need to do it at a different school now.

S Akili Hubbard

Hubbard committed to Kansas out of Golden West Community College but never appeared in a game this year. The Jayhawks had safety depth and he had nowhere to play.

DE Andon Carpenter

Carpenter was a PWO who never played a game across two years at Kansas.