John Rhys Plumlee

At UCF, John Rhys Plumlee ‘pumped’ to play quarterback again

When the UCF football team runs onto the practice field for spring football next month, there will be a quarterback donning a No. 10 jersey not named McKenzie Milton. Instead, John Rhys Plumlee will have the honor of wearing a number that’s viewed by UCF fans as sacred. The Ole Miss transfer quarterback understands the weight the No. 10 jersey holds around the Knights football program. “He has ...
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UCF Knights' John Rhys Plumlee ready for opportunity to play quarterback again

John Rhys Plumlee left Ole Miss looking for a shot to play quarterback, and, while it is still undetermined if he will start, UCF is giving him a chance to grasp that desire. “I’ve (played quarterback) since I was a little kid, it’s where my heart is,” Plumlee said to reporters. “As much as I love Ole Miss and everything they’ve done for me, I felt as though I’m a quarterback… so that’s why I’m here.”

John Rhys Plumlee transfers to the University of Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fl. (WCBI) — After spending just a week in the NCAA transfer portal, former Ole Miss quarterback/outfielder John Rhys Plumlee has transferred to UCF. Plumlee posted a series of photos of himself dawning UCF baseball and football uniforms to confirm the announcement. Plumlee played for both the football and baseball teams during his three years in Oxford, Miss.

Ole Miss football's John Rhys Plumlee transferring to UCF Knights to play QB

Ole Miss quarterback John Rhys Plumlee announced Sunday on social media he plans to transfer to UCF. Plumlee started his career with the Rebels as a quarterback in 2019, starting eight games, but eventually moved to receiver following the emergence of Matt Corral. In 2021, Plumlee had 19 receptions for 201 yards and nine carries for 72 yards.

John Rhys Plumlee announces transfer destination

Former Ole Miss quarterback and wide receiver John Rhys Plumlee has announced his intention to transfer to the UCF Knights. Plumlee entered the transfer portal earlier in the week. Plumlee began his career at Ole Miss as a quarterback, throwing for 910 yards, four touchdowns and three interceptions in 2019,...

John Rhys Plumlee, former Ole Miss QB, announces transfer destination

It didn’t take John Rhys Plumlee very long to find his next college football home. On Sunday morning, the former Ole Miss quarterback and wide receiver announced that he would transfer to UCF. Plumlee announced a week ago that he would be transferring from Ole Miss, and now, he’s headed to Orlando to join Gus Malzahn’s program.

Auburn football fans react to Gus Malzahn, UCF landing John Rhys Plumlee

It’s not always that Auburn football fans speak well of former Tigers coach Gus Malzahn and his new program, UCF. Malzahn and the Knights landed a talented dual-sport transfer from the portal that could be in the mix for QB1 in 2022 following the departure of Dillon Gabriel to Oklahoma. John Rhys Plumlee, a QB that converted to WR under Lane Kiffin at Ole Miss, is Orlando-bound.

Ole Miss WR John Rhys Plumlee to enter transfer portal

One of the most electrifying high school football players to ever come out of South Mississippi is looking for a new home for his senior year of college. Ole Miss junior wide receiver John Rhys Plumlee is entering the transfer portal just two days after the Rebels’ 21-7 loss to Baylor in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.

John Rhys Plumlee enters transfer portal

OXFORD, Miss. (WJTV) – Ole Miss football and baseball player John Rhys Plumlee has entered the transfer portal. The Oak Grove legend broke the news on social media Monday. “My heart is full and although change is hard I know change allows each of us to grow and gives us a great opportunity to trust […]

Ole Miss quarterback/receiver John Rhys Plumlee entering NCAA transfer portal

Ole Miss quarterback/wide receiver John Rhys Plumlee is planning to enter the NCAA transfer portal, he announced on Monday. Plumlee was the Rebels’ primary quarterback in 2019, rushing for 1,023 yards and 12 touchdowns and passing for 910 yards and four scores. But he was beaten out by Matt Corral upon Lane Kiffin’s arrival as head coach, and eventually moved to wide receiver.