After playing at South Carolina for 4 seasons, QB Jake Bentley transferred to Utah to play the 2020 season. He put up mediocre numbers for the Utes, playing in 5 games and throwing for 882 yards, 6 touchdowns and 6 interceptions.

Now, he’s on the move again, and he’s heading to the state of Alabama to finish his career.

As you can see below, Bentley took to Twitter on Wednesday evening to announced he’d finish his collegiate journey at South Alabama under new coach Kane Wommack and new OC Major Applewhite:

Bentley threw for 7,527 yards, 55 touchdowns and 32 interceptions during his 4 years with the Gamecocks.

How will he fare at South Alabama? We’ll find out if he can lock down the starting job this coming season.