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Doneiko Slaughter (undisclosed) played every snap against Clemson in the Orange Bowl.

Max Wright (undisclosed) will return to Texas A&M in 2023, KBTX reports.

AJ Swann (undisclosed) completed 11 of 17 passes for 79 yards in the season finale against Tennessee.

Amarius Mims (undisclosed) returned to a starting role after missing the game against Tennessee.

Jeffrey M'Ba (undisclosed) played 10 snaps against Alabama and logged one tackle.

Xavier Truss (toe) played in every game this season for Georgia.

T.J. Finley (undisclosed) is back with the team and plans to participate in spring practice, 247Sports reports.

Chase Gillespie (undisclosed) did not play after Week 3 of the 2022 season.

Major Burns (undisclosed) recorded 37 tackles in nine games in 2022.

JB Brown announced Jan. 8 that he has committed to Kansas, joining the program as a transfer from Bowling Green, Michael Swain of 247Sports.com reports.

Jack Stone announced Jan. 5 via his personal Twitter account that he has committed to Baylor, joining the program as a transfer from Michigan State.

Noah Rauschenberg announced Jan. 9 via his personal Twitter account that he has entered the transfer portal with the intention of leaving Baylor.

Michigan State announced Dec. 19 that Jonathan Kim signed with the program as a transfer from North Carolina.

Ryan Coe committed to North Carolina on Dec. 19, joining the program as a transfer from Cincinnati, Austin Brezina of On3.com reports.

Nathanial Vakos pledged his commitment to Wisconsin on Jan. 10, joining the program as a transfer from Ohio, Jesse Temple of The Athletic reports.

Micah Bowens entered the transfer portal Tuesday, Alex Weber of On3 Sports reports.

Jacquez Jones (undisclosed) returned for the final two games of the season and combined for six tackles in that stretch.

Devin Moore (undisclosed) did not play in the final eight games of the season.

Braylin Presley signed a letter of intent with Tulsa on Dec. 19, completing his transfer to the program from Oklahoma State, Kelly Hines of the Tulsa World reports.

Thomas Harper announced Jan. 6 via his personal Twitter account that he has committed to Notre Dame, joining the program as a transfer from Oklahoma State.