Texas QB Hudson Card to enter NCAA switch portal
Texas quarterback Hudson Card, a former ESPN Prime 40 recruit, intends to enter the NCAA switch portal, sources advised ESPN on Tuesday. He is a redshirt sophomore who’ll have three years of eligibility remaining at his subsequent vacation spot.
Card is anticipated to emerge as one of many prime quarterbacks within the switch market, with 5 begins at Texas and a robust popularity from highschool at Lake Travis in Austin.
A supply advised ESPN that Card is concentrating on a Energy 5 faculty as his subsequent vacation spot, and he is prioritizing a profitable program and the chance to develop.
During the last two seasons, Card threw for 1,523 yards and 11 touchdowns. He threw simply two interceptions in 194 makes an attempt. He redshirted his first 12 months with the Longhorns in 2020 after enjoying in simply two video games.
Card began three video games for Texas this 12 months, profitable video games towards UTSA and West Virginia. He began two video games in 2021.
Card is 6-foot-2, 201 kilos and has sufficient expertise and pedigree to attract vital consideration within the switch portal. He battled Ohio State switch Quinn Ewers for the beginning job this 12 months, with Ewers beating him out late in coaching camp.
Card was a extremely regarded recruit out of highschool, as he held presents all over the place from Alabama to Ohio State to Oregon.
Card cannot formally enter the NCAA switch portal till Dec. 5, and he’d be instantly eligible after he transferred.