Justin Fields is expected to become the top quarterback on college football's transfer market next month. Georgia's five-star freshman QB is reportedly planning on transferring out of the Bulldogs' program following the Sugar Bowl.
Several major programs have been named options for Fields, though two appear to be standing out.
Odds have been released on Fields' next landing spot, with two major programs emerging as the clear frontrunners.
Those two programs: Ohio State and Oklahoma.
Fields should be attracted to the elite coaching and development Lincoln Riley would provide in an up-tempo, high-scoring system. And with four straight Big 12 crowns, the program's appeal is obvious.
Ohio State: 2/1
As a whole, Ohio State would love to add a player of Fields' caliber as the program transitions from Urban Meyer to Ryan Day. Fields shouldn't expect to receive a warm welcome from everyone, though.
"Word of advice," tweeted backup quarterback Tate Martell, the current front-runner to replace Haskins. "Don't swing and miss ... especially not your second time."
If Fields chooses the Buckeyes, well, it's on.
Fields, a former No. 1 quarterback recruit, is expected to petition the NCAA to allow immediate eligibility in 2019.
The freshman quarterback has three seasons of eligibility remaining and, if granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA, should compete for a starting job next season.