Arizona Wildcats quarterback Anu Solomon announced Tuesday that he intends to transfer.
It is believed that Solomon will graduate before next season. As a graduate transfer, Solomon, a redshirt junior in 2016, would be eligible to play right away at an FBS school.
In a post on Instagram, Solomon described his four seasons at Arizona as "worthwhile and unforgettable."
"It is with a heavy heart to announce that I am transferring from the University of Arizona," he wrote. "From highs and lows, and unlucky injuries I suffered from the past two seasons, I am blessed to have a fresh start at another program to finish out my senior year."
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Solomon was Arizona's starting quarterback in 2014 and '15 and won the job coming out of training camp this past season. He started the opener against BYU but suffered a knee injury in practice a few days later.
Solomon did not play again until the Stanford game on Oct. 29. He made his lone start against Oregon State on Nov. 19 but suffered a foot injury in the second quarter that shelved him for the rest of the season.