Former Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez is currently visiting Kansas State, according to a report from Ryan Wallace of GoPowercat.com. The news comes just a few days after the 4-year starter entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal.

Martinez, who has spent 4 seasons with the program, recently had surgery for his injured shoulder. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound quarterback still has 1 year of eligibility remaining because of the COVID-19 waiver granted for all student-athletes in 2020.

In his 4 years at Nebraska, Martinez was responsible for 8,495 yards through the air, 2,288 yards on the ground and 80 total touchdowns. He’s the Huskers’ all-time leader in total offense and completions for a career.

This season, Martinez racked up 2,867 yards and 14 touchdowns through the air and rushed for an additional 512 yards and 13 touchdowns. Nebraska ended the season 3-9 with a 1-8 mark in B1G play.

Martinez will add a great dual-threat option to any team he joins in the offseason. His athleticism and versatility was tough for B1G defenses to contain over his 4-year career in Lincoln.