Nick Crissman To Transfer From UCLA Football

UCLA Bruins quarterback Nick Crissman is healthy and looking for playing time. He will transfer to another school for his final year of eligibility.

In June, UCLA Bruins quarterback Nick Crissman will graduate. The school has granted the player a release to talk to other schools and he will be eligible for whatever school he transfers to due to being a graduate student.

According to Chris Foster of the Los Angeles Times, Crissman wants to play out his last year of eligibility at a school with less competition at his position. UCLA will be bringing back Kevin Prince, Richard Brehaut and Brett Hundley, who will all be fighting it out for the starting job and playing time.

Crissman was one of the top quarterback recruits in the nation before going to UCLA five years ago, but was plagued by injuries during his time as a Bruin. He now claims to be 100% healthy and is looking forward to his final year at a school with more opportunities to play.

Crissman is expected to make a decision on a destination school within the next 10-12 weeks.

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