Jack Allison has officially confirmed that he’s hoping the third college football home will be the charm.
It was reported Tuesday that Allison had decided to leave West Virginia and continue his playing career at an undetermined elsewhere. A day later, the redshirt junior quarterback took to his personal Twitter account to announce that he has indeed entered the NCAA transfer database.
After sitting out the 2017 season, Allison served as Florida transfer Will Grier‘s primary backup in 2018, completing just over 50 percent of his 45 passes for 352 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. After losing out on the starting job to Oklahoma transfer Austin Kendall this season, Allison went 19-26 for 144 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions before making the decision to leave the program.
It’s expected Allison will receive his degree from WVU in the coming, which would allow him to move on as a graduate transfer and play immediately at another FBS school.