Former Florida quarterback Will Grier was reportedly on West Virginia's campus yesterday. The former Gators' quarterback is leaving the Gainesville, Fla. program after receiving a one-year suspension from the NCAA for testing positive for a banned substance.
The Mountaineers reportedly aren't the only program Grier has met with.
According to Graham Hall of the Gainesville Sun, Grier reportedly also met with Ohio State and Miami.
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The Miami report has been refuted by Peter Ariz.
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Further reports have yet to come out of Ohio State, but it wouldn't be surprising if this is true. The Buckeyes showed some interest in former Texas A&M quarterback Kyle Allen late last year before he ended up at Houston.
Ohio State is fairly loaded at the quarterback position, with six QBs currently on the roster and another one soon on the way in 2016 four-star commit Dwayne Haskins Jr.
Grier threw for 1,204 yards and 10 touchdowns for the Gators in 2015. He won't be eligible to play until 2017.