The Iowa Hawkeyes football season hasn't even officially wrapped up yet, with a bowl game still on the horizon, but the roster for 2023 is already starting to take shape thanks to the transfer portal.
The portal, which officially opens Dec. 5 for non-graduate transfers, is an area where Iowa fans hope to see coach Kirk Ferentz be aggressive in hopes of correcting an anemic offense. While they've already seen one big-time commitment from a Power 5 player, they've also seen several current players announce their intention to find a new program as well. Though it's important to note that just because a player enters the portal, it doesn't mean they can't remove their name and end up as a Hawkeye again next season.
Here's an up-to-date list of who's planning to leave Iowa City and which players are being brought in by Ferentz and Co.
Iowa football players who intend to enter the transfer portal
Wide receiver Arland Bruce IV
Quarterback Alex Padilla
Wide receiver Keagan Johnson (transferring to Kansas State)
Running back Gavin Williams
Offensive lineman Josh Volk
Defensive back Reggie Bracy
Wide receiver Jordan Kumm
Linebacker Jestin Jacobs (transferring to Oregon)
Defensive back Terry Roberts
Defensive back Dallas Craddieth
Transfer portal players who have committed to Iowa football
Former Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara
This article originally appeared on Hawk Central: Iowa football roster changes from Cade McNamara to Keagan Johnson