Miami Football: Jack Allison, Former Four-Star QB, Leaves Hurricanes

Former four-star quarterback Jack Allison is set to leave the Miami football program.

On Tuesday, Hurricanes head coach Mark Richt announced the redshirt freshman signal-caller is going to transfer to pursue more opportunities and playing time.

“Jack approached me and indicated that he felt like he would have more opportunities for playing time at another program,’’ Richt said, via the Miami Herald. “We wish him all the best in his future plans.”

The 6-5 and 200 pounder was known for his strong arm, but was sitting behind redshirt sophomore Evan Shirreffs and redshirt junior Malik Rosier on the depth chart following spring practice.

Freshman N’Kosi Perry could also find himself in the mix if he lives up to his potential.

There is no word on where Allison could land, but he had offers from Tennessee, Missouri, Alabama, USF and UCF during the recruiting process.

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Josh SanchezCAMPUSSPORTS Writer
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