In the four weeks of college football season, a plethora of transfers have already had a big impact on their new teams.

Last offseason, a number of very talented players chose a new school, including quarterback Caleb Williams and wide receiver Jordan Addison, who both chose USC. Williams wasn’t the only quarterback to switch schools: former USC liaison Jackson Dart left for Ole Miss, Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler went to South Carolina, and Texas quarterback Casey Thompson chose Nebraska as his new school.

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These newcomers are among the many players who have already excelled in their new schools. With enough sample size per month at the start of the season to give us a good idea of ​​who stands out, it’s the transfers at every position that have had the biggest impact this season.

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QB: Caleb Williams, USC

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Williams stepped up the USC offense and helped the sixth-place Trojans to a 4-0 start, their third record since 2011. He has 1,054 passing yards and nine touchdowns with no interceptions. He also has 100 yards and two touchdowns.

Last year, amid a mad carousel of coaches and transfer portal cycles, Williams followed coach Lincoln Riley to USC from Oklahoma and turned the Trojans into college football playoff contenders.

Other notable quarterbacks: Michael Penix, Jr., Washington; Adrian Martinez, Kansas State; Hendon Hooker, Tennessee; Will Lewis, Kentucky; Dillon Gabriel, Oklahoma