Torrance Gibson has found a new home for 2017.
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College has added a commitment from former Ohio State wide receiver Torrance Gibson.
The football program announced the news on Twitter this morning.
Gibson was suspended for the 2016 season by Ohio State in August for a violation of the university's student conduct of code.
Urban Meyer said at the time that he didn't agree with the suspension.
"(It) wasn’t athletic department or football related, and I disagree with it," he said.
Gibson was a four-star recruit in the 2015 class and arrived in Columbus as a quarterback. Due to the Buckeyes being loaded at that position, he made the switch to wide receiver and had fans pretty optimistic about his play heading into the 2016 season.
Based on the program's tweet from this morning, it looks like Gibson will move back to quarterback with Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in 2017.
Update: Jeremy Birmingham of Land Of 10 says that Gibson says the tweet isn't accurate.
Updates to come.