In addition to Maryland and Miami, Alabama transfer Jalen Hurts is reportedly expected to draw interest from Lincoln Riley and the Oklahoma Sooners. The quarterback, who has one year of college eligibility left and could transfer immediately as a grad transfer, is already taking visits.
Hurts hasn't commented on which schools he may be considering, but Miami is likely another with former Alabama quarterbacks Dan Enos named the Hurricanes' offensive coordinator on Friday.
Hurts would be a major get for the Terrapins in Locksley's first season, and in a relatively weak ACC (outside of Clemson), Maryland would be an instant contender to improve upon their mediocre 5-7 record from 2018.
Hurts is drawing interest around the NCAA as he visited Maryland on Friday and he is set to make a trip to Miami this weekend, according to ESPN, which cited unidentified sources.
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Hurts still appeared in all but two games as a backup, completing 51-of-70 pass attempts for 765 yards, eight touchdowns and two interceptions.
First of all, Hurts has not said a word about a possible destination or even confirmed the rumors of his transfer.
There's no official timeline on a decision from Hurts, but classes in Norman start Monday. He did lead the Tide to a comeback victory over Georgia in the SEC Championship Game after Tua Tagovailoa went down with an injury.
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