QB Son Of Legendary Hall Of Famer Has Entered The Transfer Portal … Where Will He Land??

Elijah “EJ” Warner, son of Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner, has decided to leave Temple University and enter the transfer portal. 

He joins an impressive list of quarterbacks who are hitting the open market…

The promising Warner played in 21 games over two seasons at Temple, leaving an indelible mark on the program.

During his tenure, he threw for 6,104 yards and 41 touchdowns, although he also had 24 interceptions.

The decision to transfer comes despite Warner’s notable achievements at Temple, where he currently owns the top three highest passing yardages for a single game in the program’s history.

“I’m entering the portal with two years of eligibility remaining and look forward to where this incredible journey takes me next,” Warner said in his statement. 

The move opens up a world of possibilities for the young quarterback, as Power Five teams, regardless of his illustrious last name, would likely vie for the chance to have Warner as part of their roster.

With two years of starting experience under his belt, Warner becomes an enticing prospect for teams looking to bolster their quarterback position.

What programs should go after Warner?

Where do you think he’ll end up???