Alabama QB Jalen Hurts visits Maryland amid potential transfer

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Jalen Hurts #2 of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks on in the second half against the Georgia Bulldogs during the 2018 SEC Championship Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on December 1, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Now that Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts has officially put his name in the NCAA Transfer Portal, everyone wants to know where the star signal caller could play for his graduate transfer season.

Hurts visited Maryland on Friday night and is also said to be interested in Miami. So the familiarity with his offense would make for an easy transition for Hurts if he were to transfer to Maryland.

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CaneSport.com was first to report that Hurts would visit Miami.

He still played in 13 games, completing 51 of 70 pass attempts (72.9 percent) for 765 yards and eight touchdowns, with two interceptions, plus had 36 rushing attempts for 167 yards and two more scores.

The Houston native went 26-2 as a starting quarterback at Alabama before he was benched in favor of Tua Tagovailoa this season.

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. There are also rumors that Hurts is getting interest from schools like Tennessee, where former Alabama assistant Jeremy Pruitt is now the head coach.

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