Quarterback Russell Wilson will transfer from North Carolina State and play at Wisconsin this fall, sources have told ESPN.
Wilson, taken in the fourth round of Major League Baseball’s draft last summer by the Colorado Rockies, was released from his scholarship by the Wolfpack in the spring.
Wilson was an All-ACC quarterback at North Carolina State, where he threw for 8,545 yards and 76 TDs in three seasons.
Wilson, who has one year of eligibility left in football, received a release from the Wolfpack in order to have the opportunity to play a final season at another school.
Because he graduated in three years at NC State, he can go to another school and be eligible immediately.
Wilson will make an official announcement Monday afternoon on ESPN’s “College Football Live.”