Former Duke quarterback Thomas Sirk has found a new home.
On Friday, the 6-foot-4 signal-caller took to social media to announce he will be transferring to East Carolina for his final year of collegiate eligibility.
Sirk is expected to compete for the Pirates’ starting job.
Beyond blessed to have another year to play the game I love. I will spend my final year at East Carolina University ☠️☠️⚔️ #Pirates
— Thomas Sirk (@tsirk_1) April 7, 2017
Sirk’s career at Duke was marred with injuries, including tearing his Achilles tendon on three different occasions. During his time with the Blue Devils, Sirk threw for 2,692 yards, 19 touchdowns and eight interceptions. .
Hopefully Sirk will be able to stay healthy so he can finish his career on a high note.
Sirk will be graduating from Duke in May, before making his way to East Carolina. As a graduate transfer, he will be eligible to play immediately.
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