Clint Trickett has found a familiar home.
The former Florida State quarterback, who decided he would transfer on April 17, announced on his Twitter that he would land at West Virginia.
"It's official, I will finish my academicathletic career at WVU," Trickett announced Tuesday. "This is a dream come true to be playing for the state I love. CountryRoads"
Trickett lived in West Virginia from 2001-06 when his father, Rick, was the Mountaineers' offensive line coach. The Trickett family moved to Tallahassee in 2007 when Rick took over as Florida State's offensive line coach, a position he still holds.
Clint Trickett threw for 947 yards, seven touchdowns and four interceptions in his Seminoles career. A pocket passer, Trickett stepped in to start two games when EJ Manuel was injured, and he also saw mop-up duty early in the 2012 season.
He entered the spring as the No. 1 quarterback, but opted to transfer days after Jameis Winston impressed in Florida State's spring game.