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Michigan State QB Noah Kim lands at Coastal Carolina


Fourth-year Michigan State quarterback Noah Kim landed at Coastal Carolina via the transfer portal.

Kim, a junior, was one of three Spartans’ scholarship quarterbacks to enter the portal. He has two years of eligibility remaining after starting five games in 2023 prior to being injured.

Kim confirmed the move in a short video of himself wearing a No. 1 Chanticleers’ jersey.

Coastal Carolina was in need of a replacement for starter Grayson McCall, who entered the transfer portal at the end of the season. McCall put up huge numbers for the Chanticleers, including 10,005 passing yards, 88 touchdowns and 14 interceptions along with 18 career rushing touchdowns.

Kim was ranked the No. 2 quarterback in Virginia after posting a 41-2 record in high school. He didn’t play his first two seasons in East Lansing before seeing limited time in four games in 2022 as a redshirt sophomore.

He won the 2023 preseason quarterback competition out of fall camp but was benched in October in favor of Katin Houser, who also transferred at the end of the season.

–Field Level Media

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