Transfer season is in full swing, and the latest player to announce a departure is Oklahoma quarterback Kendal Thompson.
Thompson announced on his Twitter account earlier this week that he would transfer to another program after graduating in May. With as deep as Oklahoma's quarterback depth chart is, Thompson was going to have a lot of competition for playing time.
Redshirt freshman Trevor Knight looks like he'll head into spring practice as the favorite to start in 2014 after his four-touchdown performance in the Sugar Bowl against Alabama. The Sooners also have Blake Bell, Cody Thomas and incoming freshman Justice Hansen.
Because Thompson will have received his degree, he will be able to play elsewhere immediately and should have two years of eligibility remaining.
Although it's not official, Oklahoma could theoretically block Thompson from receiving a grant-in-aid to another Big 12 school, or a school that appears on a future schedule. With those potential restrictions in mind, here are five schools who could use Thompson.
All ranking references courtesy of 247Sports.com.