Former Southern Miss starting quarterback Jack Abraham is heading to Starkville.
The former 3-star out of Oxford announced, via his Twitter, that he will be transferring to Mississippi State.
Ready to get to work! #HailState pic.twitter.com/QMk4LatPfB
— Jack Abraham (@jackabraham30) December 18, 2020
Earlier this season, Abraham played in five of the Golden Eagles’ games before abruptly leaving the team—a move that didn’t settle well with some of his teammates.
During those five games, the preseason All-Conference USA signal caller threw for 1,224 yards, seven touchdowns, and four interceptions while posting a 53.1 QBR. Career-wise, he has completed 69.3 percent of his passes for 7,067 yards, 41 touchdowns, and 29 interceptions.
Abraham, who is allowed one more year of eligibility due to the NCAA granting all fall athletes an extra year of play, will now compete for his fourth school in five years.
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