The football season ended Dec. 19 and since then all has been quiet on the football front. That all changed yesterday when now-former Tennessee Volunteers quarterback Jarrett Guarantano announced his transfer to Washington State:
He’ll have one year of eligibility and was originally a 2016 four-star prospect out of Bergen Catholic in New Jersey. He was the nation’s top-rated dual threat quarterback coming out of high school and played four years at Tennessee. Guarantano is a career 61.1% passer and went 8-5 his junior season—Tennessee’s only winning season with him behind center. He’s had his ups and downs at Tennessee and lost his starting job this past season, so perhaps a change of scenery is what he needs.
Guarantano joins a WSU team that already has four quarterbacks on the roster in Cammon Cooper, Gunner Cruz, Jayden de Laura and walk-on Victor Gabalis, and a fifth coming next fall in Xavier Ward. None of the four on the 2020 roster lost a year of eligibility, and with de Laura playing most of the season as a true freshman, something tells me somebody is packing his bags and transferring.
Hopefully WSU and Guarantano will get a solid spring football session to get acclimated.
It will all work itself out, like it always does.
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Ex-Tennessee QB Jarrett Guarantano transferring to Washington State
Former Tennessee QB Jarrett Guarantano, who started seven games in 2020 for the Vols before losing his starting job, announced Friday that he will transfer to Washington State.
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