Wes Lunt eyeing five transfer schools

It's been less than a week since former Oklahoma State quarterback Wes Lunt announce his decision to transfer, but he's looking at five different schools to play his remaining three years of eligibility.

From colleague Joe Schad:

Former Oklahoma State quarterback Wes Lunt is considering transferring to Southern Miss, Illinois, Louisville, Tennessee or Vanderbilt, according to a person familiar with his plans.

Lunt decided to transfer last week after competing with Clint Chelf and J.W. Walsh for the starting position.

Schad also added that Lunt was unlikely to expand his list.

Illinois is the flagship school of Lunt's home state, and his lead recruiter at Oklahoma State, Todd Monken, is now the head coach at Southern Miss.

I could see Lunt fitting in well at all five of those spots, and with three years of eligibility left and some starting experience at OSU, it's hard to see him landing anywhere he can't flourish. Louisville, Illinois, Vanderbilt each extended scholarship offers to Lunt out of high school, according to ESPN Recruiting.