There are alot of different driver boards and most have their favorite. You are not approaching the problem correctly.
First: We know they are inductive by design so we will have flyback
voltage to contend with.
Second: we know the port can supply 3V3 at a few mills.
Third: we assume the motors will draw more then the port pin can supply.
fourth We know it will operate in both directions.
fifth we assume it will be PWM to control speed.
sixth: Since they are reversing we will need an H-Bridge or equivalent.
What is needed for proper sizing:
How much current do the motors require.
What voltage do they need.
Link to technical information on motor.
With this you need to find a driver that will sink and source this amount of current. Here are two to look at, I use the BTS7960 module and it has 74HC logic chips in the module so I think it will work with 3V3 but it will need about 8V minimum for the motor. It is rated at 43 Amps.
Another is the (I have not used this one) NOYITO 170W High-power H-bridge Motor Drive Module with 2-Channel PWM Inputs 0-100%. Allows Instantaneous Braking Capability and is bidirectional. Support 3.3V 5V Logic input Analog input MCU IO Port.
These are in the 40 amp plus range. There are a lot more available try polo and adafruit have some good stuff. You can also search the web for what you want. This should get you to your solution, Without more information I cannot narrow it down much more.