Cade Fortin, a former South Florida quarterback who initially transferred from North Carolina, is on the move again, and this time has landed in the SEC.

Fortin shared on social media that he’s “grateful for the opportunity to continue to play the game I love!! Let’s go (Razorbacks)!!”

Fortin, who’s originally from Suwanee, Georgia (North Gwinnett) and played in 5 games in 2021 for the Bulls, and was 25-for-48 passing and 183 yards, with zero touchdowns and 2 interceptions.

Coming out of high school, Fortin was a 3-star quarterback recruit ranked No. 29 in the country among pro-style QBs in the class of 2018.

Here’s his USF bio:

2020: Saw action in two games (at Cincinnati and vs. Tulsa) and was limited by injury for much of the season…completed 4-of-8 passes for 39 yards and ran four times for 39 yards on the year…led the offense for a series at Cincinnati and completed 2-of-6 passes for 14 yards…had his best performance of the year vs. Tulsa, guiding the Bulls on a touchdown drive that saw him complete 2-of-2 passes for 25 yards and run four times for 39 yards before being knocked out of the game on his final run in the series…the Bulls completed the 72-yard scoring drive with a touchdown pass.

2019 (North Carolina): Entered the transfer portal prior to the start of the season…had official visits to Syracuse, Kansas and Vanderbilt before joining USF.

2018 (North Carolina): Appeared in four games and made two starts as a true freshman, prior to redshirting…went 23-of-65 for 388 yards and a touchdown on the year, while rushing for 76 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries…saw his first action at East Carolina and went 3-of-6 for 15 yards and added a 17-yard run…totaled 97 yards on 10-of-18 passing to go along with 44 yards rushing against Virginia Tech…threw for 276 yards and a touchdown versus NC State…also saw action in the Duke game.