One of the top graduate transfers available – USC QB Jack Sears – is reportedly visiting an ACC program on Thursday.
Sears, a graduate transfer with two years of eligibility remaining, struggled to find playing time for the Trojans given USC’s loaded quarterback room. But perhaps a fresh start elsewhere will bring the success Sears is looking for.
According to Tom Loy of 247Sports, Sears is visiting N.C. State on Thursday. The former USC signal-caller attended the Wolfpack’s spring practice and will spend time checking out the campus, as well.
This is Sears’ third visit of the week as the 6-foot-3, 220-pound passer has also visited Northwestern and Virginia. It’s unclear if the two sides have strong interest in each other, but this is certainly something to closely monitor over the next few days.
— Tom Loy (@TomLoy247) March 5, 2020
Sears, after graduating from USC, announced that he would transfer to San Diego State. But a head coaching change caused Sears to reconsider his options.
Now, it appears the Aztecs have been ruled out as a possible transfer destination. Perhaps N.C. State will be the perfect fit for Sears – but it’s important to note the Wolfpack already have a proven QB.
It’ll be interesting to see how this situation shakes out.
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