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Ohio State Walk-On QB Announces Transfer Destination

A closeup of an Ohio State football helmet on the field.

NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 01: An Ohio State Buckeye helmet is seen on the sidelines prior to the start of the game during the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

It'll be hard to find a program that has experienced more change at the quarterback position than Ohio State. Although the Buckeyes should still be a contending team for next season, there is no question that Ryan Day will have his hands full on offense.

With Dwayne Haskins heading to the NFL Draft, the Buckeyes received a much-needed upgrade at quarterback in the form of Justin Fields.

The addition of Fields gives them a dual-threat athlete who has all the physical tools needed to succeed in college football. However, it should be noted that he is not yet eligible to play in the 2019 season. He is waiting for the NCAA's decision on a hardship waiver.

The decision from Fields ultimately sparked Tate Martell to transfer to Miami.

Despite already mentioning multiple changes to Ohio State's depth chart, the team will have to prepare for at least one more loss.

Walk-on quarterback Kory Curtis announced on Twitter that he will transfer to Bryant University to continue his football career.

Here is his announcement:

Curtis should have the opportunity to see the field with the Bulldogs, especially with senior quarterback Price Wilson finishing his collegiate career this past season.

The quarterback room at Ohio State is getting alarmingly thin, but the Buckeyes still have time to figure out their starter for 2019.