Reports: QB Will Rogers to transfer to Washington

Washington appears to have found its successor for Michael Penix Jr. at quarterback.

According to Pete Thamel of ESPN, former. Mississippi State quarterback Will Rogers took a campus visit to the Huskies this week, and he’s “attracted to (head coach) Kalen DeBoer and (offensive coordinator) Ryan Gubb’s offense and the collection of both skill players and the strong offensive line.”

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The fourth-year quarterback has spent his entire undergraduate career with the Rebels. Rogers has 12,315 passing yards and 94 touchdowns to 28 interceptions across 43 games at Mississippi State, and his passing yardage and touchdowns are both program records.

Rogers owns the Southeastern Conference’s single-season completions record with 505 in 2021 and career mark with 1,264 completions.

Rogers appeared in eight games this season, and he compiled 1,626 passing yards and 12 touchdowns to four interceptions. He played in all 13games during each of the past two seasons.