In just four months, Lowell Narcisse has gone from playing for LSU to playing for a former LSU assistant.

The former 4-star quarterback signed with UTSA on Wednesday, the first day of the Early Signing Period. He’ll now play for Frank Wilson, who served as the Tigers’ running backs coach and recruiting coordinator from 2010-15.

After transferring from LSU in August, Narcisse spent his redshirt freshman season playing for Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. Narcisse was one of two quarterbacks to leave Baton Rouge once Joe Burrow grabbed the starting job in fall camp — graduate senior Justin McMillan ended up transferring to Tulane, where he eventually landed the starting job.

Narcisse was a highly touted prospect coming out of Saint James, Louisiana, in 2017 despite injuries to both knees in his junior and senior years. While splitting time with another quarterback at Mississippi Gulf Coast, he completed 44 of 98 passes for 506 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions. He also ran 41 times for 192 yards and six scores.

We’ll see if Narcisse manages to take off now that he’s back in FBS.