Florida State quarterback Clint Trickett has been released from his scholarship and will transfer.
The junior, son of former West Virginia University offensive line coach Rick Trickett, is on target to graduate in May. Trickett had been competing for the starting job during spring practice, which wrapped up Saturday.
Multiple reports connected Trickett to WVU and South Florida, while a source told the Charleston Daily Mail that Tulsa could be another potential landing spot for the quarterback.
A source said Trickett could visit for this Saturday's Gold-Blue spring football game in Morgantown. Tulsa had its spring game April 6 and USF concluded spring practice April 13.
Trickett completed 22 of 32 for 259 yards during the spring game, but redshirt freshman Jameis Winston was the star and seemed to establish himself as the front-runner to start this season. Sophomore Jacob Coker is also in the mix.
Trickett played eight games last season as EJ Manuel's backup and went 22 of 34 for 272 yards. In 2011, he started games against Wake Forest and Clemson. He passed for 336 yards and three touchdowns at Clemson.
Because Trickett is graduating, he can transfer and be eligible to play next season.