Quarterback Everett Golson played two seasons at Notre Dame’s starting quarterback, but he will be moving on as he will transfer to another school for his senior season.
Golson has already completed his academic senior year and graduated from Notre Dame, which makes him eligible to play right away for the college that he transfers to.
The quarterback has already drawn interest from schools such as Florida State, Florida, LSU, Alabama and Texas.
After leading the Fighting Irish to the national championship game in the 2012 season, Golson was suspended for the entire 2013 season for academic dishonesty.
After returning for the 2014 season, Golson got off to a fast start as the Irish started 6-0. Golson was an early favorite to win the Heisman Trophy, but his play dipped significantly after that.
He threw 10 interceptions in his last six games while Notre Dame limped to a 7-5 finish. Golson was eventually benched for Malik Zaire, who led the Irish to a bowl win over LSU.
Golson finished with 29 touchdown passes and 14 interceptions while rushing for 283 yards and eight touchdowns.
Zaire is expected to become the full-time starter for Notre Dame in the upcoming season.