Clemson quarterback Hunter Johnson plans to transfer, announced school Monday.
He will consider several big ten schools, sources confirmed to ESPN.
Sources told ESPN's Adam Rittenberg that Northwestern and Purdue are two possible destinations for Johnson. His brother Cole played in a few games as a reserve for the Northwest a few years ago.
"Although it's always a disappointment to lose a good person and a good player, I'm so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Hunter and see him grow and evolve for the past year and a half," says Clemson's coach Dabo Swinney in a statement. "Hunter is one of the best young men I've ever practiced and have a very bright future in front of him."
"I wish him all the best he decides on his destination."
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Johnson, a rising sophomore from Brownsburg, Indiana, would have three years of jurisdiction left. would have to sit out the 2018 season per NCAA transfer rules, but have a redshirt year that he could use.
Classified as the country's No. 1 Passenger of ESPN in 2017 signing club Ash, Johnson 6-foot-2, 210-pound Johnson played in seven games last season as a true freshman. He was 21-27 for 234 meters with 2 touchdowns and 1 intercept.