Caiden Woullard Landing Spots Include Oklahoma and Texas A&M

Miami (OH) Edge Caiden Woullard has entered the transfer portal. With multiple offers on the table, here are his top landing spots.

Miami (OH) edge rusher Caiden Woullard is a hot commodity in the transfer portal right now. With offers and visits to Power Five schools, it is inevitable he will land with one premier programs in the sport.

However, Woullard holds all the cards. With multiple offers already on the table and more conversations planned, he is one of the hottest commodities in the portal.

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Caiden Woullard Transfer Portal Landing Spots

Woullard only entered the transfer portal on Dec. 26 and has already received offers from several Power Five programs. With plenty more talks planned and visits arranged for the coming days, Woullard is a prized asset.

At 6’5” and 252 pounds, the former Miami edge is a physical specimen. He finished as a first-team All-MAC selection in 2023 after a dominant season, ending with 9.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, and 19 solo tackles. With one year remaining eligibility, Woullard is looking to test himself against higher opposition.

Oklahoma Sooners

The Sooners appear to be the early favorites to land Woullard, with the defensive end already having a visit scheduled for January 3. Chris Hummer from 247Sports reported that the former Miami player is “set to visit Oklahoma next week and has a ton of schools reaching out.”

Oklahoma is his first known scheduled visit, and HC Brett Venables will be hoping he can persuade Woullard to stay in Norman by selling his defensive vision.

Texas A&M Aggies

The Aggies are one of the teams to have already made an offer for Woullard.

A&M has already attacked the defensive line in the portal. They have already made an offer from Dion Wilson Jr. from New Mexico State and have now added an offer for Woullard. However, with McKinley Jackson, Walter Nolen, and Isaiah Raikes heading out of College Station, the Aggies need to continue adding bodies.

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With donors with deep pockets and a role for an SEC team, it is easy to see why Mike Elko’s side would entice Woullard. 247Sports reports that Woullard is “in the process of scheduling an official visit to Texas A&M.”

Missouri Tigers

The Tigers have also made an offer for Woullard as they look to add talent through the transfer portal. Mizzou had a great season in 2023, and it feels like the Columbia-based program carries momentum behind them. Signing Woullard would be a gesture of intent from coach Drinkwitz as they look to build on their 10-2 season.

Indiana Hoosiers

Another program with real momentum right now is Indiana. The Hoosiers have hired Curt Cignetti to be their next head coach, and he has already been able to make a splash in the transfer portal by signing QB Kurtis Rourke.

In his post-signing day press conference, Cignetti signaled that they were still in the market for additions along the defensive line. Indiana would be a great landing spot for Woullard, who would fill a need while offering the opportunity to play often and against top opposition in the Big Ten.

Mississippi State

The Bulldogs are also a team who have changed head coach, hiring Jeff Lebby in November 2023. Lebby has hired Matt Barnes as defensive coordinator, coming over from Memphis.

Woullard has the production and potential to be a foundation piece for a team notorious for offensive firepower. The Bulldogs are looking to make some noise, and signing Woullard would be a warning to other SEC teams.

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