Clint Trickett's new home is going to look awfully familiar.
Trickett, the former Florida State quarterback who recently announced his decision to transfer, announced via Twitter on Wednesday that he'll play his final two years of eligibility at West Virginia University.
The fourth-year junior, who is eligible to play immediately following his graduation from FSU, grew up in West Virginia while his father, Rick, served as an assistant coach with the Mountaineers.
He also considered South Florida and Auburn.
“It's official, I will finish my academic/athletic career at WVU,” Trickett said via his twitter account, @ClintTrickett9. “This is a dream come true to be playin for the state I love. #CountryRoads”
The Tricketts moved to Tallahassee when Rick became FSU's offensive line coach in 2007 and Clint played his high school football at Tallahassee's North Florida Christian School.
After three years as an understudy to Christian Ponder and EJ Manuel, Trickett entered the spring as FSU's No. 1 quarterback. He threw for 259 yards yards, a touchdown and and interception in the Garnet and Gold Game, but announced his transfer four days later.
He finished his FSU career having completed 66 of 106 passes (62.3 percent) for 947 yards, seven touchdowns and four interceptions.
At WVU, he'll compete for the starting job with junior Paul Millard and freshman Ford Childress.
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