Former Tennessee running back Jalen Hurd is looking for a new school to land at in 2017 and it looks like he may be narrowing down some choices as he will be taking an official visit to Louisville this weekend, per Scout.com. He left Knoxville in October and will have to sit out a year per NCAA transfer rules wherever he ends up going.
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Hurd has already taken a visit to Ohio State and California while Oregon is interested in him as well. He is a former U.S. Army All-American and four-star recruit. He was on pace to become Tennessee’s all-time rushing leader until he left mid-season and finished his almost three-year career with 2,635 rushing yards and 20 rushing touchdowns.
Teaming up Hurd with Heisman-winner Lamar Jackson might be totally unfair for the rest of college football should Jackson stay another year after the 2017 season even if Hurd does follow through on his promise to become a tight end or receiver. He could certainly be good at either position considering he’s 6’4″ and weighs 240 pounds.
[h/t Gridiron Now]