Jalen Hurts: 15 Potential Transfer Destinations for the Former Alabama QB

Jalen Hurts #2 of the Alabama Crimson Tide rolls out to pass against the Mercer Bears at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 18, 2017 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

According to reports by CBS Sports and AL.com, Hurts is now listed in the NCAA transfer portal. While that does not necessarily mean the quarterback is leaving Alabama, it gives other schools permission to contact him.

Hurts, a junior, graduated in December.

Hurts got into the SEC Championship game when Tagovailoa hurt his ankle and led Alabama to a 35-28 defeat of Georgia.

Hurts accounted for 1,976 rushing yards and 23 touchdowns and threw for 5,626 yards and 48 scores during his career with the Crimson Tide.

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Jalen Hurts remained loyal to Nick Saban and Alabama even after he lost his starting job to Tua Tagovailoa last season, but we may see him playing for a different program in 2019.

Schools are required to post a name to the transfer portal within two business days of being informed by an athlete that they are looking at transferring.

It seems unlikely that Hurts would consider transferring to another SEC program, especially one of Alabama's rivals.

Averion Hurts, Jalen's father, told Bleacher report previous year that his son could end up being "the biggest free agent in college football history".

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