UTEP's quarterback situation just got way more interesting.
Former Fresno State quarterback and graduate transfer Zack Greenlee announced he will transfer to UTEP.
Very blessed to say I will be transferring to Utep at the end of the semester. ⛏ pic.twitter.com/fM46w3nx9l— Zack Greenlee (@ZDG_17) April 17, 2016
The 6'2, 210 pound Greenlee appeared in 10 games for Fresno State over the past two seasons, starting five games last season and was Fresno State's opening game starter for the 2015 season.
He threw for 886 yards in seven total games last season, tossing 13 touchdowns with six interceptions completing 47 percent of his 156 attempts last season.
The former Former Elite 11, top-150 and 4-star prospect by ESPN coming out of Stockton, California has two years of eligibility and will be immediately eligible playing two years in his three years in Fresno.
So a day after Sean Kugler said UTEP would be active in acquiring a QB, Greenlee gives UTEP four healthy quarterbacks heading into the summer.