Former Nebraska quarterback Luke McCaffrey transferred to Louisville earlier this offseason, but he’s once again looking for a new home.

Louisville coach Scott Satterfield confirmed that news in a radio interview on Wednesday morning. He said McCaffrey departed the program after a few days of working out with the team.

“Started working out Wednesday with the team, and then after the week, those three or four days, decided this wasn’t the place for him,” Satterfield told ESPN Louisville. “His big thing that he wanted to do was come in and play and be a starting quarterback, and I guess after three or four days decided that maybe wasn’t going to happen here.

“Wish him the best, not sure what he’s going to do, but he’s a good player, good person.”

McCaffrey was set to compete with Louisville’s incumbent start Malik Cunningham for the starting job, as well as backup QB Evan Conley.

It’s unclear where McCaffrey goes from here. His father, Ed, is the head coach at Northern Colorado. His brother, Dylan, transferred to Northern Colorado earlier this offseason and is expected to be the starting quarterback.

McCaffrey is more of a threat with his legs than with his arm. Last season for the Huskers, he threw for 466 yards on 48-of-76 passing. However, he threw six interceptions compared to just one touchdown. As a runner, he carried the ball 65 times for 364 yards and three touchdowns.