It’s rare that a player transfers from one school, then returns to that same school. Even rarer? When the preceding happens, and the player decides to transfer yet again.
That, though, is the situation for Zach Kline, who took to Twitter Thursday night to announce that he has decided to, yet again, transfer from Cal. In his social media missive, Kline explained that “playing in the Spring Game inspired me to try to use my final year of eligibility to play elsewhere as a graduate transfer.
Kline was a four-star member of the Bears’ 2012 recruiting class.
He took a redshirt as a true freshman and then attempted 82 passes in 2013 as he backed up true freshman Jared Goff.
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