Which college football transfers have made the biggest impact so far?

Michigan State running back Kenneth Walker III, who transferred from Wake Forest, racked up more than 1,600 rushing yards during the season. Adam Ruff/Icon Sportswire

With four games of the 2021 college football season done, we have some stats to see which transfers from this past offseason are making the biggest impact for their new teams.

Not every big name who transferred has started or contributed, but a handful of players are already sticking out and making a difference. So far, the offensive players are the ones making the biggest names for themselves, but a few top defenders have already risen to the top as well.

Here is a look at 10 of the most impactful transfers so far this season and what they've done to get on this list.

RB Kenneth Walker III
Michigan State

Walker transferred from Wake Forest and has made an immediate impact on a Michigan State run game that ranked 123rd in rushing yards per game last season (91.4 yards). This season, the Spartans are averaging 215.5 yards per game and are No. 21 among all FBS programs.

Walker has played a big part in that, leading all FBS running backs with 554 total rushing yards this season. He has five touchdowns on the ground and also leads all backs with 368 rushing yards after contact. Walker has been a huge addition to Michigan State's offense and has played a big part in the team starting the season 4-0.