Sophomore quarterback and former 4-star recruit Shawn Robison will transfer from TCU, according to a report from Jeremy Clark of HornedFrogBlitz.
Robinson started eight games in his career and was named the starter coming out of summer camp in 2018 But his tenure as a starter was rocky, and the Frogs lost four of the last five games he started.
Against Oklahoma, Robinson played only three series before being replaced by Michael Collins due to injury. TCU head coach Gary Patterson announced on the Tuesday following the Oklahoma loss that Robinson would undergo season-ending shoulder surgery.
His departure leaves the Frogs with two scholarship quarterbacks returning to the roster in Collins and Justin Rogers. TCU is also bringing in a highly-touted recruit in Max Duggan in 2019. According to Clark, the Frogs will be on the market for a graduate transfer at quarterback to fill the hole in the roster next season.
Robinson was one of the most decorated prospects in school history after a storied prep career in Texas that included bringing a state title to DeSoto High School. He will have two years of eligibility remaining after sitting out a year due to transfer rules.