The quarterback transfer carousel is still spinning at a fast rate of speed. Oklahoma’s Austin Kendall is one of the players on the ride.
Kendall has entered his name in the transfer portal, and is looking to transfer somewhere as a graduate transfer. That means he would be eligible immediately.
Kendall has two seasons of eligibility remaining, so he’s an even more valuable commodity to a potential suitor. One of the schools that he’s been linked to is Auburn.
According to Kendall’s Instagram story, he appears to be on a visit to Auburn now.
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Auburn is losing starting quarterback Jarrett Stidham to the NFL, and the Tigers missed out on Clemson transfer Kelly Bryant. There’s a clear opening for Kendall there.
However, if Oklahoma doesn’t land Alabama graduate transfer Jalen Hurts, Kendall could still have a shot at starting in Norman. In that case, perhaps he’ll elect to stay put and compete with prized incoming freshman Spencer Rattler.
Kendall has thrown for 265 yards and three touchdowns in his OU career.