Former Michigan QB Tate Forcier is transferring and has narrowed his choices down to five schools, according to ESPN's Joe Schad. Those schools include Miami and Kansas State. According to Schad, Forcier was headed to Miami on Monday for his first visit.
Schad reported last week that Miami or Kansas State was going to be the first school he visited. Perhaps this means that Kansas State will be the next school he visits if Miami was first.
Forcier would be a nice addition for Kansas State who doesn't have a definitive quarterback situation right now. I'm sure that's why they're hoping he actually visits Manhattan and doesn't decide to stay in Miami.
In addition to Miami and Kansas State, Forcier has his eye on three more schools including Arizona, Washington and Montana.
Forcier is transferring from Michigan after QB Denard Robinson broke out this year. Forcier threw for 2,647 yards, 17 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 20 career games.