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Name: Jake Garcia (Double Transfer from Missouri/Miami)
College: East Carolina     Number: 11
Height: 6-2   Weight: 194
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2026

40 Low: 4.68
   40 Time: 4.77
  40 High: 4.86

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Weight: 194

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 Data Scout Notes: 2023: NAC...12-28-23 Transfer from Missouri...NAC...01-17-23 Transfer from Miami...2022: NAC...2021: NAC...(+) Coming off Nov 2021 Ankle INJ

 Jake Garcia, East Carolina, Player News

  The quarterback room at Mizzou is a little more crowded. The Tigers landed a commitment Friday from former Miami Hurricanes QB Jake Garcia, a former four-star prospect who appeared in eight games this past season. "I am very thankful for my time at Miami & the support from the Canes family," Garcia posted on social media. "Wishing the best to Cane Nation & look forward to supporting from afar. With that being said, I am so grateful for the opportunity to become a Mizzou Tiger & look forward to starting this journey!" I am very thankful for my time at Miami & the support from the Canes family. Wishing the best to Cane Nation & look forward to supporting from afar.

Garcia, a top 50 national prospect in the 2021 recruiting class, appeared in eight games this past season at Miami, throwing for 803 yards, five touchdowns and four interceptions. He entered the NCAA transfer portal on Tuesday. Garcia started one game in 2022, throwing for 125 yards in a 14-12 win at Virginia. He also saw extended playing time in losses to Middle Tennessee State, Duke and Pittsburgh during coach Mario Cristobal's mostly disastrous debut season with the Hurricanes. Garcia completed 59.1% of his passes for the season. He finished with minus-75 rushing yards. He appeared in one game in 2021, throwing for 147 yards and two TDs against Central Connecticut State. He'll have three years of remaining eligibility. - Post-Dispatch

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2026 QB Jake GarciaEast Carolina
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  Jake Garcia's two-point scoring run in the fourth overtime - the only play of the day to reach the end zone - gave Miami a 14-12 win over Virginia on Saturday. Neither team scored a touchdown in regulation. Hurricanes kicker Andres Borregales sent the game to overtime with a 20-yard field goal as the fourth quarter ended. Virginia and Miami traded field goals in each of the first two overtimes. Both missed their two-point tries in the third extra period. Then, after an incompletion by the Cavaliers, Garcia ran around the left side and dove for the pylon for the game-winning score. Miami played without quarterback Tyler Van Dyke, who was injured during last week's loss to Duke. Garcia, a redshirt freshman, started in his place and also used speedy, mobile freshman Jacurri Brown, at times. The Hurricanes' offense could not get untracked with either option behind center.

The game remained close throughout because Virginia's attack wasn't any more effective. Miami went up 3-0 at halftime, getting a 38-yard field goal from Borregales on the final play. Before that, the two teams combined for 247 total yards and 10 punts. Tied 3-3 late in the third quarter, UVa failed on four attempts from inside the 5-yard line, turning the ball over on downs when tight end Grant Misch dropped a fourth-down pass in the end zone. The Cavaliers took their first lead of the game on a 24-yard field goal by Will Bettridge with 12:11 left in the game, but Miami tied it on the final play of regulation on a 17-yard field goal to force overtime. The Cavaliers and Hurricanes are both fighting for bowl eligibility in their first seasons under new head coaches, Tony Elliott at UVa and Mario Cristobal at Miami. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2026 QB Jake GarciaEast Carolina
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