Another college football quarterback is set to enter the transfer portal.
According to ESPN’s Pete Thamel, Colorado quarterback JT Schrout intends to enter the portal. For his career, he has over 1,700 passing yards and 12 touchdowns.
This is also the second time he will transfer after originally committing to Tennessee out of high school.
Shrout will have at least one year of eligibility remaining and as many as two years if he applies for and receives a medical red shirt.
College football fans, as always, were quick with their reaction to this latest news.
One fan tweeted, “I really hope he finds somewhere to succeed. He was dumped in a wildly bad situation and deserves better. He has an arm cannon and is in proper order.” He can really shine.”
Another fan tweeted, “Congratulations.”
Before Schrute committed to Tennessee (and then Colorado), he was a three-star prospect in the class of 2018 and the No. 67 player in his home state (California). Per 247Sports Overall Ranking, He was also No. 641 overall recruit, regardless of position.
It remains to be seen where this talented player goes next.