Malik Zaire quickly made a splash at Notre Dame, but he fell out of favor with the Fighting Irish just as fast.
The quarterback took over the starting role in his junior season when former starter Everett Golson, amid conflicts with coach Brian Kelly, moved on to Florida State as a graduate transfer.
The dual-threat lefty shined in a season-opening win over Texas and completed 26-of-40 passes for 428 yards and four touchdowns before going down with a season-ending injury against Virginia.
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Zaire was replaced, then permanently supplanted, by DeShone Kizer, who was just taken by the Cleveland Browns in the second round of the NFL Draft.
Now a graduate transfer himself, Zaire is something of a coveted commodity for teams looking for an experienced signal-caller to put them over the top.
It appears he has found a likely home with the Florida Gators, who have had a solid defense the past two seasons, but lack a playmaker at quarterback.
Florida had been banned from taking graduate transfers until 2018, but the Gators can now take Zaire because of an adjustment in the rule.
Zaire's social media posts and media reports strongly suggest he is heading to Florida, although Texas and others might still be in the mix.
Bookmaker.eu is offering a two-way prop bet on Zaire's gridiron destination, and he's a strong favorite to go to Florida.
He's a -1500 favorite to transfer to Gainesville, which means you'd need to bet $1,500 just to win $100.
He's a +750 underdog to go elsewhere or not transfer, meaning you'd win $750 from a $100 bet.
From BookMaker.eu: Will Malik Zaire transfer to the University of Florida for the 2017-18 NCAA football season?