Only four days subsequent to entering the NCAA Transfer Portal,
previous USF quarterback Timmy McClain reported Friday he's going to UCF to play for Knights mentor Gus Malzahn.
"Favored to be a UCF Knight," McClain composed on Twitter with an exceptional realistic. "Charge on."
McClain settled on the choice to move out of the Tampa school Monday,
hours after USF mentor Jeff Scott named Baylor move Gerry Bohanon the beginning quarterback.
McClain, who played secondary school football at Sanford Seminole,
acquired the beginning quarterback work in Week 3 for the Bulls keep going season and proceeded to begin nine games.
Altogether, he showed up in 11 of 12 in his actual rookie season.
He drove USF with 1,888 passing yards while tossing 5 scores and 7 block attempts. On the ground, he scrambled for 238 yards and 4 scores.
Against UCF in the customary season finale, McClain tossed for 222 yards and scrambled for 1 score as the Bulls fell 17-13 to the Knights in the Bounce House.
The expansion of McClain to UCF's quarterback room comes at an intriguing time.
The Knights actually are figuring out who will begin this year as Malzahn picks among sophomore Mikey Keene,
Ole Miss move John Rhys Plumlee and genuine green bean Thomas Castellanos.
UCF likewise holds a nonbinding oral responsibility from 2023 Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale) quarterback Dylan Rizk.