Texas quarterback Hudson CardHe, a former ESPN Top 40 employee, plans to enter the NCAA transfer portal, sources told ESPN on Tuesday. He is a redshirt sophomore and will have three years of eligibility remaining at his next destination.
Card is expected to emerge as one of the best quarterbacks in the transfer market, with five starts for Texas and a solid reputation from high school at Lake Travis in Austin.
A source told ESPN that Card is targeting a Power 5 school as his next destination, and he’s prioritizing the winning program and development opportunity.
Over the past two seasons, the Card has thrown for 1,523 yards and 11 touchdowns. He has thrown only two interceptions in 194 attempts. His first year with the Longhorns was redshirted in 2020 after playing in just two games.
Card has started three games for Texas this year, winning games against U-Tesa and West Virginia. Started two games in 2021.
Card is 6-foot-2, 201 pounds and has enough experience to attract major attention in the transfer gate. Ohio State transfer fought Queen Ewers To start action this year, after Ewers hit him late in training camp.
Card was a highly respected recruit out of high school, getting offers from schools like Alabama, Ohio State, and Oregon.
The card cannot officially enter the NCAA transfer portal until Monday, and he will be immediately eligible to play after his transfer.
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