QB Joe Burrow leaving Ohio State as graduate transfer

Joe Burrow To Transfer From Ohio State

Joe Burrow To Transfer From Ohio State

Former 4-Star Prospect and current Ohio State Buckeyes' quarterback Joe Burrow is transferring from Ohio State "in the coming weeks". Burrow was running behind Dwayne Haskins Jr.in the competition to replace the departed J.T. Barrett as starter. Burrow passed for 238 yards and two touchdowns in the spring game on April 14, and his last pass at Ohio Stadium was a Hail Mary for a touchdown on an untimed down. "I will decide where I will play next year in the coming weeks".

Burrow, who graduated from Ohio State on Sunday, tweeted Tuesday that he was leaving to "explore other options".

Haskins wished luck to Burrow, writing, "Appreciate you for making me better, see you at the top".

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Florida and LSU are reportedly on the list of schools interested in Burrow, who will be eligible to play immediately as a graduate transfer. He will have two years of eligibility left at whichever school he chooses. The long quarterback in this winter's recruiting class is four-star Matthew Baldwin, who enrolled in classes earlier this year but is recovering from a knee injury he suffered in the Texas state playoffs.

Speculation mounted Burrow might be on the move when he said after the spring game that he wanted to be on the field rather than remaining a backup. During training camp in 2017, Burrow and Haskins competed to be the No. 2 quarterback, a role that ultimately went to Haskins after Burrow broke his hand in August.

"I came here to play".

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