The “Where Will Everett Golson Land Tour” is expected to come to an end in short order.
Citing a source with knowledge of the situation, the Palm Beach Post is reporting that the former Notre Dame quarterback is expected to decide Monday at which school he will spend his final season of collegiate eligibility. Golson, suspended for the 2013 season by ND over academic misconduct, will graduate from the South Bend school Sunday, meaning he’ll be eligible to play immediately in 2015.
Golson visited FSU earlier this week, with head coach Jimbo Fisher confirming that the two sides were “negotiating.” The Post writes that the senior “could be leaning toward spending his final his season in Tallahassee.”
The paper added that Fisher is eager to add Golson to the stable of players looking to replace 2013 Heisman winner Jameis Winston.
FSU was on a list of 10 potential transfer destinations submitted to ND’s compliance department and approved. Others on the list are believed to include Alabama, South Carolina, Florida and at least one Pac-12 school.
Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier had previously stated that his USC is not in the mix for Golson’s services.