Jake Heaps went from being a highly recruited quarterback out of high school to losing his starting position not once, but twice at two separate universities.
The former five-star prospect originally transferred to Kansas from BYU, and recently announced his departure from Jayhawk country.
Following Kansas' spring game in March, head coach Charlie Weis declared that Heaps would take a back seat to sophomore QB, Montell Cozart.
During his final season, Heaps threw for 1,414 yards with a 49 percent pass completion.
The senior has not made it clear where he will transfer next, however his graduating status will qualify him to play right away.
Wide-receiver Andrew Turzilli and running-back Darrian Miller are also leaving Kansas for "personal reasons".
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