Former Texas A&M quarterback Nick Starkel, who declared previous month that he would glimpse to transfer and end out his job at an additional college, has set up an official visit with Florida Point out for late March.
Starkel verified to Warchant.com on Thursday that he will visit for the March 29 weekend. As a graduate transfer, he will be eligible to contend straight away at his up coming college.
Starkel begun 5 game titles as a redshirt freshman with the Aggies in 2017 and set a college bowl report with 499 passing yards versus Wake Forest that period. He completed 42 of 63 passes with 4 touchdowns in the match.
But in 2018, he would drop the setting up job to Kellen Mond right after previous FSU coach Jimbo Fisher took over the plan. Starkel appeared in just 4 game titles this earlier period, completing 15 of 22 passes for 169 yards and a touchdown.
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Starkel also is expected to visit Arkansas officially and has earlier talked about Duke, Ohio Point out and Arizona as potential destinations.
FSU currently has only two scholarship quarterbacks on the roster — sophomore James Blackman and Louisville transfer Jordan Travis. The Seminoles are still awaiting term about irrespective of whether Travis will be eligible in 2019 or have to sit out a calendar year, for every NCAA transfer rules.