Jack Abraham certainly gets around.
The Mississippi State quarterback recently received a medical hardship waiver from the NCAA and will be eligible for a seventh season of college football. On top of that, he is set to join his fifth school after entering the transfer portal. The Oxford native didn’t play this season for the Bulldogs as he recovered from post-concussion syndrome.
The Mississippi-native graduated high school in 2016 and was actually teammates with D.K. Metcalf, who is entering the final year of his rookie contract with the Seattle Seahawks.
Abraham began his career at Louisiana Tech and redshirted as a freshman before moving on to Northwest Mississippi Community College. After throwing for 2,949 yards and 23 touchdowns in 2017, he took his talents to Southern Miss and started throughout the majority of his three years with the program.
In 27 games at Southern Miss, Abraham was 595-of-859 (69.3 completion percentage) for 7,067 yards, 41 touchdowns and 29 interceptions.
Injuries screwed him up in 2020, so he transferred to Mississippi State for 2021. Injuries once again slowed him down so he never got to play last season. Now, he gets to get that year back and head somewhere else.
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