Alabama could add an interesting option to start at quarterback in 2016..
Dakota Prukop, one of the top players at the FCS level this season, has reportedly obtained his release from Montana State and is looking to transfer to Power 5 school. Prukop has already reportedly received scholarship offers from Oregon, Texas and Michigan. An offer from Alabama is expected soon, according to Austin American-Statesman reporter Danny Davis.
Source close to ex-Vandegrift QB Dakota Prukop said soon-to-be Montana State grad picked up Oregon offer today and will soon visit Alabama.
— Danny Davis (@aasdanny) December 12, 2015
Alabama starting quarterback Jake Coker, who transferred from Florida State, is a senior meaning there will likely be a battle for the starting position in 2016. Prukop is expected to graduate from Montana State,so he would be eligible to participate in spring camp if he enrolls at another school in January.
The 6-foot-2, 190-pound junior threw for 3,025 yards and 28 touchdowns. He also ran for 797 yards and 11 touchdowns. He has drawn comparisons to Oregon quarterback Vernon Adams, who transferred from FCS school Eastern Washington before the 2015 season.