Published: Thu, January 23, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Miami Hurricane Monarchy-D'Eriq King - State of U

Miami Hurricane Monarchy-D'Eriq King - State of U

King announced Monday via his personal Twitter account that he will transfer to Miami (Fla).

King played in four games for Houston this past season before announcing in late September that he would take the rest of 2019 off and redshirt to preserve eligibility for 2020.

"The story is still being written ...", King wrote in a tweet announcing the move.

"This was not an easy decision, but without a doubt the best decision for me and my family", Roche said in his announcement. The six now on scholarship: 2019 starter Jarren Williams, a rising redshirt sophomore who regressed the last three games (all losses to underdog competition) but also had some outstanding performances; former starter N'Kosi Perry, a redshirt junior next season; rising redshirt junior Tate Martell; redshirt freshman Peyton Matocha; incoming freshman Tyler Van Dyke; and King.

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In 2019 during Houston's game at Tulane, King set the FBS record for consecutive games (15) with a passing and rushing touchdown, breaking former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow's record.

Quarterback play was a major issue for Miami in 2018, Mark Richt's final season with the program.

King, designated as a grad transfer, will be able to immediately play in 2020 without sitting out the usual year that the NCAA mandates for underclassmen. He was also used as a wide receiver in his first two years with the Cougars before returning to quarterback full time.

King's best season in Houston was 2018 when he made 36 touchdowns and won 14 more. King divided the time between the recipient and the defender in 2016 and 2017, making 58 catches in three touchdowns. The Athletic's Manny Navarro, who first broke the news of King's decision to choose Miami, also reported that King will begin classes at Miami on Tuesday. On Monday, it was not clear whether he had officially registered; The university was closed on the occasion of Martin Luther King Jr. Jarren Williams and N'Kosi Perry were in position last season, former OH state quarterback Tate Martell remains in the squad and newcomer Tyler Van Dyke is enrolled earlier this month.

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