Impact Pigrome will be on the move from his second FBS program after he previously spent four years at Maryland before joining Western Kentucky in 2020 as a graduate transfer. He ended up emerging as the Hilltoppers' primary signal-caller last season, but he struggled to move the offense while under center, finishing the campaign with a 57.6 percent completion rate for 5.4 yards per attempt and a 9:2 TD:INT and adding 337 yards and four scores on the ground. With incoming FCS Houston Baptist transfer Bailey Zappe representing a strong candidate to open 2021 as Western Kentucky's starter, Pigrome might have seen the writing on the wall. He'll presumably look to spend his sixth and final year of eligibility at a program where he can have a clearer path to reps.
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