In a college football world seemingly filled with head coaching moves and player transfers lately, another big move has been announced, as former Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Spencer Rattler announced plans to transfer to South Carolina to play for the Gamecocks.

Rattler, a junior, played three seasons at Oklahoma, completing 70.1 percent of his passes while throwing for 40 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He also added nine rushing touchdowns. He'll now be taking his talents to the quarterback-needy South Carolina Gamecocks.

South Carolina head coach Shane Beamer, who was previously an assistant at Oklahoma from 2018 to 2020, made good use of his connections to the Sooners, bringing Rattler to the Gamecocks.

South Carolina rotated between three players at the signal-caller spot, including Luke Doty, Jason Brown and Zeb Noland. Rattler, the former number-one ranked quarterback in the 2019 class, will be a clear upgrade for the Gamecocks.

The former Oklahoma Sooner came into this season as the favorite to hoist the Heisman Trophy but found himself benched in favor of Caleb Williams. South Carolina will present a fresh start for Rattler.

The Gamecocks also reeled in another former top Oklahoma recruit in tight end Austin Stogner, who also opted to leave the Sooners after former head coach Lincoln Riley departed for USC.

With a potential star quarterback in former Oklahoma signal-caller Spencer Rattler and an excellent target in Austin Stogner, the South Carolina Gamecocks look to be set up nicely for next season.