Hours after new Florida Gators head coach Jim McElwain announced that redshirt junior quarterback Jeff Driskel had been granted his release from the program, a report from Bob Redman of Scout.com suggests his next destination has already been chosen.

Driskel was once of the highest-rated recruits in the country and was expected to be the next great dual-threat QB at Florida. He became the full-time starter in 2012 and helped lead the Gators to a 11-1 regular season record and a Sugar Bowl appearance.

However, even in the midst of his best times, Driskel was largely underwhelming for the orange and blue.

After suffering a severe leg injury in 2013 and missing most of the season, Driskel came into the 2014 season as the starting quarterback. Things quickly deteriorated for the redshirt junior. He was eventually replaced by true freshman Treon Harris for the Florida-Georgia game, following a turnover-prone stretch with just six touchdowns and 10 interceptions in the first half of the season.

Louisiana Tech will need a new starting quarterback next year with the departure of Cody Sokol. The senior threw for 3,436 yards and 30 touchdowns, but behind him there’s not much experience. Ryan Higgins, the only returning quarterback, threw just 10 attempts on the season.

It was also reported back in December that Driskel was also considering a transfer to Duke.

Because Driskel will be a graduate, NCAA rules allow him to transfer to another FBS school and play immediately.