Clemson football quarterback Chase Brice has announced that he will be transferring to another school to finish his college career.
Brice was part of the Clemson football 2017 signing class and will have two years of eligibility remaining after graduating in May. He has not decided where he will end up but he will more than likely have quite a few options to choose from.
There was a rumor that UGA was his initial option, which made a lot of sense since he is from Georgia. However, with UGA taking on the former Wake Forest quarterback Jamie Newman, it is doubtful that Brice would go to a situation where he is not the favorite to win the starting quarterback position.
Schools like Georgia Tech, Oregon, LSU, UVA, and Wake Forest all have needs for a veteran quarterback. Don’t be shocked to see him give strong consideration to South Florida as well.
Chase Brice is what the Clemson football culture is all about. He could have left last year but decided to stick around and help lead this team to 29 straight wins. At no point did he ever complain about playing time, instead he stayed ready and helped lead the program whenever his name was called.
He is the type of player that every coach wants around their program and whoever is lucky enough to land his services, is getting one hell of a player and an even better person off of the field.
While he served as a backup quarterback during his time with Clemson football, he will forever be remembered for leading Clemson back from the dead against Syracuse in a game that allowed Clemson to be the first-ever program to go 15-0 and win a national championship in 2018.
We all wish Brice the very best and regardless of where he lands, he will always be part of the Clemson family and will have 83 thousand cheering for him every week.