Texas A&M Quarterback, Nick Starkel announced this morning he will take his first official visit to Arkansas on March 1st. The Aggie signal caller was moved to second team after being beat out by sophomore, Kellen Mond.
In his career, Starkel threw for over 1900 yards, 15 touchdowns and 6 interceptions in 11 career games.
Starkel committed to Texas A&M over UCLA and Oklahoma State. He has also set a date to officially visit Florida State on March 29th and plans to make a decision soon after that.
Here is his recruiting profile per the 247sports:
If Starkel decides to transfer to Arkansas, he would join fellow graduate transfer, Ben Hicks, redshirt sophomore, Daulton Hyatt, redshirt freshman quarterbacks, Connor Noland and John Stephen Jones and incoming freshman, KJ Jefferson.