It appears you can add (maybe) yet another name to a growing free-agent pool at the quarterback position.
The SEC Network‘s Cole Cubelic was the first to report earlier this week that Arkansas’ Ty Storey‘s name is now listed in the NCAA transfer portal/database. 247Sports.com subsequently confirmed Cubelic’s original report.
A player placing himself into the database/portal doesn’t necessarily mean he is definitely transferring; rather, it affords the player the opportunity, without having to seek permission from his original school, to speak to other football programs about potential opportunities.
Storey started nine games of the 10 games in which he played for the Razorbacks this past season, throwing for 1,584 yards, 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in completing 143-of-250 passes. In 2018, the junior completed less than 60 percent of his passes in six games vs. just four in which he finished above that mark.
Storey, who would be leaving as a graduate transfer, is the second Arkansas quarterback to either transfer or begin the process of transferring in a little over a month, joining Cole Kelley. Kelley announced his transfer in early December, then announced he would be moving on to an FCS program this past weekend.