The Baylor Bears are going to have some competition at quarterback this offseason. Former four-star prospect Sawyer Robertson announced on Tuesday night that he would be transferring from Mississippi State to Baylor.
Robertson shared the following message on Twitter.
Robertson was ranked as a Top 150 player in the country and a Top 20 quarterback, according to 247Sports. He was a member of the Class of 2021 and is a Lubbock, Texas native. He graduated from Coronado High School, ranking eighth all time in completions (813), 10th in touchdowns (135) and 13th in yards (11,302) in the state.
Robertson was a highly-regarded prospect who got limited reps during his time in Starkville. His dad, Stan Robertson, was a first-round pick (40th overall) by the Montreal Expos in 1990.
Blake Shapen started the season for the Bears, but struggled at times. His 10 interceptions were the second-most thrown in the Big 12 this season and his passing yards per game were third worst in the conference.