Ohio State quarterback Joe Burrow has made his decision on his future with the Buckeyes. The dual-threat QB has decided to leave the program.
Burrow, a junior with two seasons of eligibility remaining, graduated from OSU over the weekend. This means he's able to transfer somewhere else and play right away.
The Buckeyes' 2016 backup was competing for the starting job with Dwayne Haskins. However, with no guarantee that he'll be the team's starter, he's opted to transfer somewhere else.
Burrow announced his decision on Twitter.
"After weeks of struggling with this decision, I have decided to leave Ohio State and explore other options. My teammates and coaches all know the love I feel for them. I will decide where I will play next year in the coming weeks," Burrow wrote.
Burrow was a four-star recruit coming out of high school. He played well in a backup role for Ohio State in 2016 and might have been the team's No. 2 QB in 2017 if not for a broken hand injury that sidelined him.
There will be significant interest for Burrow on the graduate transfer market. Two major programs have already been named as potential destinations.
It's unclear what kind of timeline Burrow has regarding his decision. Teams don't start preseason camp until late July/early August, so he has some time to mull his options.