While we don’t yet to where Jacoby Brissett will transfer, we can likely cross at least one school off the list.
Brissett’s high school coach, Jack Daniels (awesome), told the Miami Herald that the Miami Hurricanes were at the top of his former player’s transfer to-do list. Unfortunately for the West Palm Beach product, Daniels said, he was informed by The U coaching staff that “they don’t have room for him.”
The Herald explained that the ‘Canes already have five scholarship players on the roster, with another on the way this summer.
Brissett announced a week ago today that he would be transferring from the Florida Gators. It was originally reported that the favorites to land the former four-star QB were West Virginia, Louisville, Arkansas and North Carolina State, with Mississippi State, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Duke and Clemson listed as backup possibilities.
Daniels told the Herald that Brissett will now likely choose between North Carolina State and West Virginia. Wherever Brissett lands, he will be forced to sit out the 2013 season to satisfy NCAA transfer bylaws.