Breaking News: Miami Hurricanes Confirms Departure Of Another Top Star

With the NCAA football season nearing its conclusion and transfer portal activity continuing to surge, it seems like we will soon learn more about former Washington State Cougars quarterback Cam Ward’s future.

Pete Nakos of On3 reports that Ward plans to declare for the NFL Draft or sign with the Miami Hurricanes.

The most recent college football success story is Ward.

The lone offer the Columbia, Texas native received after graduating from high school was from The University of the Incarnate Word. He was not heavily recruited.

During the 2020 COVID-19 season, which was truncated to six games, Ward performed admirably for the Cardinals, throwing for 24 touchdown passes and winning the Jerry Rice Award, which is presented to the top FCS freshman every year. The Cardinals finished 10-3, and Ward went on to throw for 4,648 yards and an astounding 47 touchdown passes to lead Incarnate Word to its first 10-win season in school history.


After that season, Ward transferred to Washington State, where he finished his career ranked sixth in school history with nearly 7,000 yards of passing in just two seasons. With 47 touchdown throws in his career, he and Anthony Gordon are tied for sixth place in school history.

In the event that Ward decides to join the Miami Hurricanes, quarterback Tyler Van Dyke of the Hurricanes would undoubtedly start in his final season of eligibility as he transferred to the Wisconsin Badgers earlier in the offseason.

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