Joe Flacco didn’t attend a Power Five program before he won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens.

His little brother, on the other hand, will reportedly get that opportunity.

Western Michigan quarterback Tom Flacco will transfer to Rutgers.¬†NJ.com confirmed the original report from the “Pardon My Take” podcast.

Like his older brother, Tom is also a quarterback.

Due to NCAA transfer rules, Flacco will have to sit out the 2017 season. He’ll join the quarterback competition in 2018.¬†Flacco is a dual-threat quarterback who has three years of eligibility remaining.

Originally a 2014 recruit, Flacco greyshirted in 2014 after being recruited by former Western Michigan coach P.J. Fleck. When Fleck left for Minnesota after a 12-1 season at WMU in 2016, he took Broncos’ offensive coordinator Kirk Ciarrocca with him.

Flacco served as a backup to WMU all-time passing leader Zach Terrell. In limited work, Flacco ran for 340 yards and two touchdowns while throwing for 188 yards and a touchdown.

The 6-foot, Voorhees, NJ native starred at Eastern High School (NJ) before he began his unconventional college path.

Before Flacco throws his name into the Rutgers quarterback battle, it must settle on a starter for 2017. Giovanni Rescigno, Louisville transfer Kyle Bolin, TCU transfer Zach Allen (avoided ACL surgery) and true freshman Jonathan Lewis will all compete for the starting job.