Former Florida Gators quarterback Will Grier is looking for a home to finish his collegiate career. And while he has decided to leave Florida following a one-year suspension due to violating the NCAA’s performance-enhancing drug policy, there are no shortage of high-profile programs interested in the signal-caller.
According to reports, Grier has already met with the Ohio State Buckeyes, West Virginia Mountaineers and Miami Hurricanes.
Grier’s first in-person visit was West Virginia.
Former University of Florida quarterback Will Grier, seeking a new school after deciding to transfer in December, is on WVU's campus today.
— Mike Casazza (@mikecasazza) March 2, 2016
According to Casazza, there are “many others” interseted in the quarterback.
If Grier transfers to another FBS program, he will be forced to sit out a year. The NCAA will also have to determine how to handle Grier’s suspension. If it does not run concurrent with his transfer, Grier would also be forced to sit out the first six games of 2017.
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