Ohio State's quarterback room got even emptier on Thursday night as walk-on quarterback Kory Curtis announced he will transfer to Bryan University.
— Kory Curtis (@KoryCurtis16) January 18, 2019
Curtis is the fourth quarterback Ohio State has lost in the past 30 days as Dwayne Haskins declared for the NFL Draft, Tate Martell transferred to Miami, and four-star quarterback commitment Dwan Mathis flipped to Georgia
The Buckeyes did gain five-star transfer Justin Fields, but he is not yet eligible to play in the 2019 season, pending a decision on a hardship waiver that would grant him immediate eligibility.
The transfer leaves the Buckeyes with just four total quarterbacks on the roster: Fields, redshirt freshman Matthew Baldwin, West Virginia transfer Chris Chugunov and walk-on Danny Vanatsky.
Fields is awaiting a decision on the hardship waiver, Baldwin did not take a snap his freshman season and hasn't played competitive football since suffering a knee injury his senior season of high school and Chugunov played exactly one snap last season.