NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma backup quarterback Austin Kendall has entered the NCAA transfer database portal. A university spokesperson confirmed Kendall's entry Friday. Other schools can now contact Kendall. He has already graduated, so he would be eligible to play immediately. Kendall was Baker Mayfield's backup in 2016 and battled
Kendall is immediately eligible and for 2019 will have two years of eligibility at West Virginia.
Oklahoma redshirt sophomore quarterback Austin Kendall will transfer to West Virginia, according to Chris Anderson of 247Sports
Oklahoma is attempting to block quarterback Austin Kendall from transferring to another Big 12 school and becoming immediately eligible in 2019, according to Jake Trotter of ESPN
Oklahoma quarterback Austin Kendall will be granted a waiver by the university to become immediately eligible to play for West Virginia next season, according to George Schroeder of USA Today
The Oklahoma Sooners could reportedly be down to just two scholarship quarterbacks for the 2019 season. According to Eric Bailey of the Tulsa World , signal-caller Austin
Kendall will be a graduate transfer but wants to transfer within the Big 12, which bothers the Sooners
Oklahoma has tainted its own celebration of landing Jalen Hurts with its simultaneous handling of another QB's transfer situation.
Kendall will be eligible to play immediately if he transfers to another school.
Kendall entered the transfer portal last Friday after learning that the Sooners were pursuing Alabama graduate transfer quarterback Jalen Hurts.