Oklahoma quarterback Caleb Williams announced Monday he’ll enter the transfer portal.
Williams added staying at Oklahoma is “undoubtedly” an possibility regardless of Monday’s resolution.
“This season has been unimaginable. Phrases cannot describe the quantity of affection I’ve for my teammates, coaches and the Sooner Nation. The assist everybody has proven me could not be extra appreciated, you guys are the perfect,” Williams tweeted. “I feel all of us come to school to discover our personal path and put together for the longer term. I got here to Oklahoma with a sport plan, however with all the current modifications, I want to work out what’s the proper path for me transferring ahead.
“In accordance to NCAA guidelines, as a student-athlete, the one manner I can converse with different faculties and see who might provide the perfect preparation and improvement for my future profession is by coming into the portal.”
Williams appeared in 11 video games for Oklahoma in 2021, tallying 1,916 passing yards and 27 whole touchdowns. He changed Spencer Rattler in opposition to Texas in October, including a pair of landing passes because the Sooners pulled off a 55-48 comeback victory. Williams accomplished 21-of-27 passes for 242 yards and three touchdowns in an Alamo Bowl victory over Oregon on Dec. 29.
Oklahoma completed 11–2 in 2021. Rattler entered the transfer portal in November earlier than committing to South Carolina on Dec. 13.
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