Wouldn’t this be quite the story? Quinn Ewers was reclassified in the 2021 class to enroll at Ohio State. Not six months later he is already in the transfer portal. Perhaps the quarterback room is too crowded, or he wants to be closer to home.
When the news broke, three schools were named as destinations for the former No. 1 overall recruit in the 2022 class. Texas, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech. That seems to be a pretty clear indication that Ewers might be homesick. However, could he end up on the Bayou?This content is not available due to your privacy preferences.Update your settings here to see it.
Steve Lassan of Athlon Sports listed the LSU Tigers among the possible contenders.
New coach Brian Kelly has two capable options in Max Johnson and Garrett Nussmeier, and the staff is in pursuit of five-star ’22 prospect Walker Howard.
With the likeliness that he lands in the Lone Star State, it could be a longshot to convince him to come to Baton Rouge. It is at least worth a phone call to see if there is any interest. The belief is that he would ultimately end up at Texas, he grew up as a fan of the Longhorns. After originally committing to Texas, he flipped his decision to Ohio State.
Texas A&M has a five-star quarterback committed to the 2022 class with Connor Weigman, so would they look to bring in another quarterback? The same could be said for LSU. The wildcard is Texas Tech, which recently lost their offensive coordinator Sonny Cumbie. He will become the head coach at Louisiana Tech.
We recently explored the idea of an Ohio State transfer coming to the Bayou, but that was Jack Miller III and not Quinn Ewers. It will be a situation to watch in the coming days as the early signing period approaches.
Source : https://sports.yahoo.com/athlon-sports-lists-lsu-among-041846198.html?fr=sychp_catchall424