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Texas native Quinn Ewers to move from Ohio State

COLUMBUS, Ohio (KXAN) – Former five-star player Quinn Ewers is about to leave Ohio State, the school confirmed to multiple reporters after Yahoo Sports first made public the story that he was entering the transfer portal.

Last season, Ewers, a native of Texas, led Southlake Carroll to the 6A state championship match, but lost to Westlake and five-star teammate Cade Klubnik.

He is said to be looking to play closer to home, with Texas, Texas A&M and Texas Tech being his top targets. He committed to Texas under Tom Herman in a little bit last fall before decay and eventually socialize with the Buckeyes.

Current Texas recipient Xavier Worthy has begun trying to recruit Ewers to Austin.

Ewers made headlines this summer when he graduated early so he could be reclassified from the Class of 2022 through 2021 for early admission at Ohio State. He’s the #1 player in his class, even after being reclassified.

His decision to skip his senior year was made out of a desire to take advantage of new name, image and character laws that would allow college athletes to make money from sponsorships. University Interscholastic League, the governing body of high school athletics in Texas, rules bar athletes from having a NIL chance.

That choice paid off. According to reports, he made between $1 million and $3 million in NIL transactions.

Ewers played just two snaps for Ohio State this year – two serves on the mopping mission against Michigan State. Because of the late reclassification, he missed most of the training camp and wasn’t a significant factor in the depth rankings.

https://www.kxan.com/sports-general/horns-report/texas-native-quinn-ewers-to-transfer-from-ohio-state/ Texas native Quinn Ewers to move from Ohio State

DUSTIN JONES

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