Dillon Gabriel will finish his career in the Big Ten. The standout quarterback is transferring from Oklahoma to Oregon, he announced on Saturday via social media.

It’s the second transfer for Gabriel. He began his career at UCF, playing 3 seasons for the Knights before transferring to Oklahoma.

Gabriel was named Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year by the league’s coaches in 2022. He was 230-of-367 passing for 3,168 yards, 25 touchdowns and 6 interceptions in his first season with the Sooners.

In 2023, Gabriel threw for 3,660 yards while completing 69% of his passes (266-of-384), posting a touchdown-to-interception ratio of 30-to-6. Gabriel guided the Sooners to a 10-2 season, highlighted by a Red River Rivalry win over Texas in which he led OU in rushing with 113 yards and 1 touchdown while also throwing for 285 yards and 1 score.

In his 5-season career, Gabriel has thrown for 14,865 yards and 125 touchdowns, throwing just 26 picks while completing 63% of his passes. Gabriel played 26 at UCF over 3 seasons, redshirting 3 games into the 2021 season after suffering a season-ending injury. The NCAA’s COVID-19 waiver for 2020 allows Gabriel to return for a 6th season in 2024.

Gabriel is rated the No. 30 player in the transfer portal and No. 8 quarterback by 247Sports.