Tate Martell has reportedly transferred to UNLV.
According to Josh Poloha, the former Ohio State and Miami passer has transferred to the Rebels and will have two years of eligibility remaining. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
Former four-star Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) QB Tate Martell — who began his collegiate career at Ohio State before transferring to Miami — will attend UNLV this fall, a source has told WFNY.
Martell goes back home to Vegas and still has two years of eligibility remaining.
— Josh Poloha (@JorshP) July 25, 2021
This is now Martell’s third school during his time in college, and I’m not holding my breath that it works out any better than his last two stops.
Martell had all the hype in the world coming out of high school when he landed at Ohio State, but things clearly haven’t worked out for him.
It’s wild to me that he still has two years of eligibility remaining. That might be the craziest thing about this whole situation.
It feels like Martell has been in college for a decade.
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We’ll see if the former highly-touted dual-threat prospect can get some playing time, but I think we all know how this movie ends.