Two months after announcing his intentions to transfer, Kansas football's Montell Cozart announced he's committing to Boise State University.
He took to Twitter to release the information.
Grateful to announce today that I will be committing to Boise State University! It's a blessing to know God always has a plan! BLEED BLUE 🔷🔶 pic.twitter.com/St6U6QRfyU— Montell Cozart (@M_Cozart2) May 4, 2017
Cozart is not yet listed on Boise State's roster, but he has already been removed from Kansas' roster. He has one year of eligibility remaining.
Cozart finished his Kansas career completing 265-of-487 passes while throwing for 2,755 yards and 14 touchdowns. He was a fast and athletic quarterback, contributing 191 carries for 481 yards rushing and two rushing touchdowns over his four seasons.
Redshirt-junior quarterback Montell Cozart is leaving the Kansas football program, he announced in a tweet on Tuesday.
Cozart took to Twitter to announce his transfer back on Feb. 21, penning a letter thanking his teammates and coaches.
Thank you KU! pic.twitter.com/UiFZUoGknh— Montell Cozart (@M_Cozart2) February 21, 2017
Cozart is the third Kansas quarterback to leave the program this offseason. Ryan Willis transferred to Virginia Tech and Deondre Ford left as well. Ford has not yet announced where he will be transferring.
— Edited by Ashley Hocking