Quinten Dormady is ready to commence the next phase of his football career as quality insurance for the Houston Cougars.

The former Boerne High star recently settled on Houston after transferring from Tennessee, where he was often a part-time starter for the Vols.

At Houston as a graduate transfer, Boerne is expected to back up junior star D’Eriq King beginning next season.

Dormady’s best season at Tennessee came in 2017 when he passed for 925 yards and six touchdowns, completing 55.5 percent of his passes against six interceptions.

“My goal is to work my way back to the game as a post graduate quarterback — stronger, sharper, ready to compete and to be a good teammate,” Dormady posted on Twitter after announcing transfer plans. “That is my single focus at the moment.

Over two seasons at Boerne, Dormady passed for nearly 6,000 yards with 59 touchdowns. As a senior, he passed for 2,893 yards and 32 scores.


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