Demry Croft’s time at Minnesota is over, per a report.
Croft, a sophomore, started the final 6 games for the Golden Gophers. The team had a 2-4 record in those final 6 contests.
Croft lost the starting job in a competition against Conor Rhoda over the offseason, but during the game against Michigan State, the second-year player took over for Rhoda and started ever since. Rhoda, a senior, will be out of eligibility after this season.
In the 2 wins Croft accumulated as a starter in 2017, the team scored 78 points combined. In the 4 losses, the team scored 20.
The 6-foot-5 dual-threat QB from Rockford, Ill. was a 3-star prospect coming out of high school by 247Sports. He was the No. 24-ranked dual-threat QB in the entire country.
In 2017, Croft completed 41.8 percent of his passes while throwing 4 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. He also ran for 309 yards and 4 touchdowns.
— GopherHole.com (@GopherHole) November 26, 2017
As (highly) speculated – I just received confirmation from a source that both Rashad Still (who is suspended, but I heard he is gone) & Demry Croft will no longer be #Gophers.
— Nadine Babu (@NadineBabu) November 27, 2017
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