Jalen Hurts expected to draw interest from Oklahoma

Jalen Hurts expected to draw interest from Oklahoma

Jalen Hurts has entered his name into the transfer portal, sparking speculation as to where the former SEC Offensive Player of the Year will land.

However, Miami also has quite a nice draw in that not only do the Hurricanes have national clout but they also feature Hurts' old quarterback coach at Alabama, offensive coordinator Dan Enos, who was hired on Friday. Maryland's new head coach, Mike Locksley, worked with Hurts as the Crimson Tide's offensive coordinator this past season.

Hurts would be a major get for the Terrapins in Locksley's first season, and in a relatively weak ACC (outside of Clemson), Maryland would be an instant contender to improve upon their mediocre 5-7 record from 2018.

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Alex Scarborough of ESPN reported Friday evening that Hurts will be traveling to Maryland for a visit before heading to Miami, and that the Oklahoma Sooners are also expected to show interest for him as well. Hurts led the Crimson Tide to back-to-back College Football Playoff appearances before losing the starting quarterback job to Tua Tagovailoa. He threw for 765 yards and eight touchdowns with two interceptions.

CaneSport.com was first to report that Hurts would visit Miami. Hurts is a grad transfer who is only eligible for the 2019 season.

There's no official timeline on a decision from Hurts, but classes in Norman start Monday.

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