Jalen Hurts visits Oklahoma day after Maryland

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Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts is exploring his transfer options this weekend, and that reportedly includes a visit to Oklahoma.

The junior and would-be graduate transfer, who attended the Terps' basketball game against IN on Friday night, also is expected to draw interest from Oklahoma, sources told ESPN.

Hurts graduated in December, so he would be eligible to play immediately for another school.

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Riley is hinting at some big news... The quarterback was seen at Maryland on Friday and was expected to visit Miami today, though that visit hasn't been confirmed.

On Friday night, Hurts was spotted with former Alabama offensive coordinator Mike Locksley at a Maryland-Indiana game.

The quarterback submitted his name for the NCAA transfer portal on Wednesday, which makes him available for contact by college programs.

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

Hurts was used in a limited capacity this season, appearing in every game but two for the Tide as a backup. During his three seasons at 'Bama, Hurts completed 62.8 percent of his passes for 5,481 yards with 46 touchdowns and 12 interceptions, adding 1,945 yards and 22 touchdowns on the ground. He led the Alabama Crimson Tide to a title in 2017 and was a two-year starter for Nick Saban before being replaced by Tua Tagovailoa this past season.

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