Power Ranking Oregon and each Big Ten team’s performance in the transfer portal

Ranking the 18 Big Ten teams' performances in the transfer portal: their additions, their losses, and more.

Jan 1, 2024; Glendale, AZ, USA; Oregon Ducks fans.
Jan 1, 2024; Glendale, AZ, USA; Oregon Ducks fans. / Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports
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Incoming: 22 | Outgoing: 23. hoosiers. 6. . 482. . . . .

Bringing in 22 players during one transfer portal is astounding, not to mention it’s the Indiana Hoosiers’ program which hasn’t been good in… a long time.

Despite losing 23 players from the 2023-24 roster, the Hoosiers are sitting pretty (if not prettier) with the new class of commits. Coupled with head coach Curt Cignetti’s fairly impressive 2024 signing class, the Hoosiers may have a chance at a winning record in the conference.

Cignetti has brought nearly every single one of his starters from James Madison, where he came as close as possible to a Cinderella story when he took the Indiana job at the end of last year.

Wide receiver Elijah Sarratt should fit in perfectly with the Hoosiers offense. Sarratt had 82 catches for 1,191 yards and eight touchdowns last season and was chosen as a first-team All-Sun Belt receiver.

Throwing to Sarratt will be former Ohio quarterback Kurtis Rourke. In two seasons, Rourke threw for 36 touchdowns and 5,263 yards during his time with the Bobcats.