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He is reportedly scheduled to meet with Oregon’s head coach Mark Helfrich on Thursday during a visit to the school.

By SI Wire
December 10, 2015

Montana State quarterback Dakota Prukop could be looking to transfer up the the FBS level, reports Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports.

Prukop is on schedule to graduate this month and would immediately become eligible to play at an FBS school in 2016.

Prukop has already obtained releases to transfer to Oregon, Texas and TCU, the quarterback told Fox Sports on Tuesday. He reportedly scheduled to meet with Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich on Thursday during a visit to the school.

“Oregon is my number one school right now because of the shotgun style of offense they run,” Prukop said.

Prukop has expressed his desire for Tim Cramsey, who was not retained as offensive coordinator as MSU makes a coaching transition, to be hired at the school he decides toattend.

“He’s been great for me and we have a great relationship, but he told me he just wants what’s best for me,” Prukop said of Cramsey.

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