Ohio State QB Tate Martell is exploring a transfer

13 January, 2019, 21:42 | Author: Suzanne Horton
  • Tate Martell- Ohio State football press conference

Martell went 43-0 in three seasons, won three state titles and signed with Ohio State.

Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Tate Martell could be on his way out of Columbus.

Sources confirmed to The Athletic that Martell added his name to the transfer portal, but it doesn't guarantee he will leave the school.

The decision comes after former Georgia quarterback Justin Fields announced his decision to transfer to Ohio State last week.

Martell spent his freshman year of high school in the San Diego area before he transferred to Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas, one of the nation's top recruiting factories.


"If someone thinks they're going to walk in and start, it's probably not going to happen, just from having to learn the offense", Martell said, wearing a backward cap and a scarlet hoodie as he met with reporters in a tent outside the stadium. Let's hope he doesn't swing and miss, especially on his second time, if he does transfer.

Players who put their names in the transfer database are at risk of losing their financial aid from their current schools.

Mars' ask for Fields to have immediate eligibility for the 2019 season could take some time, but he expects an answer within the next six weeks.

The outspoken quarterback seemingly made all the moves to be a starting quarterback for an elite program at Ohio State.

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