Arizona quarterback Anu Solomon announced via Instagram on Tuesday that he was transferring.
According to reports, Solomon is expected to graduate early and be eligible to play for an FBS program as a graduate transfer.
Solomon opened three seasons as Arizona’s starter. He threw for 6,922 yards, 49 touchdowns and 16 interceptions, but injuries this season limited him to play in parts of just five games. In 2016, he threw for 462 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions while being sacked 12 times.
Solomon’s redshirt freshman year was his best as he led the Wildcats to a Pac-12 Conference South Division championship and their first-ever trip to the Fiesta Bowl.
Solomon was a four-star recruit out of Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas. During his recruiting process, he received interest from Arizona State, BYU, Colorado, Illinois, Purdue, Utah, Oregon State, Hawaii, Washington, Washington State, Wisconsin and UNLV. It is unclear where he plans to pursue a graduate transfer.
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