May 22, 2024

After starting for four years, quarterback Tyler Van Dyke of the Miami Hurricanes has essentially decided to leave Coral Gables and has entered the transfer portal.


Van Dyke posted on X, formerly Twitter, saying, “I want to thank the University of Miami, my teammates, coaching staff, and everyone associated with the university who have made this chapter in my life truly special and invaluable.” “I have made memories and friendships that will last a lifetime, which I will always treasure. I am incredibly grateful for all of the chances and encounters that have helped to mold me during my stay here. Having discussed with my family, I have made the decision to use the transfer portal.

Van Dyke amassed over 7,469 yards, 54 touchdowns, and 23 interceptions during his four seasons at Miami.

After starting quarterback D’Eriq King was injured during the season, Van Dyke entered his redshirt freshman year and won the ACC rookie of the year award in 2021. He completed his passing for 2,931 yards and 25 touchdowns.

Throughout his four years at Miami, Van Dyke was beset by injuries. He had a leg injury this year that kept him off the field for the Florida State University game, and a shoulder injury in his sophomore year.

With sophomore Jacurri Brown and rookie Emory Williams, who took Van Dyke’s place in the FSU game before suffering an injury of his own, UM currently has two quarterbacks on its roster.


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