University of Texas QB Hudson Card has officially entered the transfer portal. Some of college football’s best programs are reportedly interested in the former four-star quarterback.
Hudson Card has spent the last three seasons with the Texas Longhorns. He has appeared in 21 games. Card has thrown for 1,523 passing yards with 11 touchdowns and just two interceptions.
Over a four game stretch this past season, Card threw for 899 yards with six touchdowns and just one interception. This includes a 303-yard, three-touchdown performance against the West Virginia Mountaineers.
Notre Dame, Georgia and Alabama are all interested in Card. All three schools have potential starting QB opportunities.
According to Mike Farrell of Mike Farrell Sports, “Notre Dame seems all in on Texas transfer Hudson Card, with Brennan Armstrong as the backup option but this changes almost hourly. Card is also coveted by Georgia and Alabama I’m told as both are losing their starters. Tennessee has also been mentioned but they are in an OC search.”
Card could elevate the Irish. Offense has been scarce in South Bend for awhile, but Card could take the roof off their offensive ceiling with his dynamic skill set.
Texas QB Hudson Card. Photo courtsey of USA Today Sports