Notre Dame’s offensive lineman Quinn Carroll entered the transfer portal, according to a social media post.
In a farewell tweet, the redshirt sophomore said his experience at Notre Dame had been “as good or better than I expected”, but that he was delighted to “pursue a new field trip and to pursue my master’s degree “.
Carroll, who is 6 feet 7 inches and 315 pounds, would likely have a hard time finding the ground. Even after the first year Blake fisher injured his knee in the season opener, Carroll didn’t get many snaps on the line. He has played 13 games this season, most of them in special teams. Notre Dame has turned Michel carmody and Tosh Baker in left tackle before settling on the first year Joe alt to this post.
With Fisher and Alt stranded in tackling positions for next year, it was going to be difficult for Carroll to break into the starting lineup.
Carroll missed the entire 2019 season with an anterior cruciate ligament tear. He played three games in the 2020 season.
Carroll was a four-star rookie from Minneapolis. 247Sports had ranked him 118th overall and eighth best tackle in the country in 2019, while Rivals ranked him 68th overall in the country. Carroll’s father Jay played tight end in Minnesota.
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