Mississippi State’s quarterback room is currently down a player.

Bulldogs head coach Mike Leach told reporters Monday that Jack Abraham is not currently with the team.

Abraham, a product of Oxford High School in Mississippi, transferred from Southern Miss to MSU ahead of the 2021 season. Abraham did not record any statistics with the Bulldogs. In 27 games at Southern Miss, Abraham was 595-of-859 (69.3 completion percentage) for 7,067 yards, 41 touchdowns and 29 interceptions.

Abraham battled Will Rogers for the starting QB job this offseason. Rogers, the incumbent starter, won the job and has started all 6 games. Rogers, who is reportedly day-to-day with an injury, is 250-of-339 passing for 4,138 yards, 14 touchdowns and 5 interceptions this season.