Kendal Thompson elects to transfer

January, 21, 2014
Jan 21
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Oklahoma redshirt sophomore quarterback Kendal Thompson announced on Tuesday night that he plans to transfer. Thompson plans to graduate in May and should have two years of eligibility remaining.

Thompson made the announcement via his Twitter page.


Thompson, the son of former OU quarterback Charles Thompson, played in two games during his three years on campus. He was 4-of-13 for 64 yards with one touchdown and one interception during his Sooners' career. He saw his most extensive playing time during the Sooners' 33-24 Bedlam win over Oklahoma State last December. Thompson was a three-star recruit and the No. 17 QB prospect, according to ESPN, in the Class of 2011.

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Oklahoma/Big 12 reporter

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