Quarterback Keller Chryst announced on twitter Sunday that he will transfer from Stanford.
His statement: "After four seasons at Stanford, I have decided to transfer for my 5th year of eligibility when I graduate in June. Thank you to Stanford University, the Stanford Football program, and especially my teammates for the experiences here. Looking forward to what the future holds!"
Chryst, who played his final two years of high school football at Palo Alto, completed 78 of 144 passes this past season for 962 yards with eight touchdowns and four interceptions.
K.J. Costello took over as the starting quarterback midway through the season.
After attempting only nine passes over his first two years at Stanford, Chryst went 6-0 as a starter as a junior.
He suffered a knee injury in the Sun Bowl against North Carolina, but managed to get back in time for Stanford's 2017 season opener against Rice in Australia.
From a football family, Chryst's uncle, Paul Chryst, is the head coach at Wisconsin.