Some big news broke Tuesday afternoon as Montana State quarterback Dakota Prukop decided where he’ll be continuing his college football career. According to the Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman, the graduate transfer will be heading to Oregon to join the Ducks.
Feldman reports that Prukop enjoyed his visit with Alabama, but ultimately decided that Oregon was a better fit for his play style.
He also considered Michigan as well as a return home to Texas.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 15, 2015
The Texas native threw for 28 touchdowns and 3,025 yards in 2015 for the Bobcats. He also showed extreme talent on the ground, picking up 797 yards and 11 touchdowns. That type of skill set is exactly what the Ducks have thrived with over the years. Prukop will have just one year of eligibility with the Ducks in 2016.