Former Arizona State quarterback Michael Eubank, who decided to transfer in December, has signed with Samford University, the school announced Sunday.
Eubank had made it known earlier this month he would transfer to Samford, a Division I-AA (FCS) school but this week became the first official signee in the school's 2014 signing class. Because Samford is not an FBS school, Eubank will be eligible to play right away.
"We are very happy to have Michael join our team," Samford coach Pat Sullivan said in a release. "He is an outstanding player and an outstanding young man. He will fit in well with our players and our program, and we are excited to have him."
At ASU, Eubank was stuck behind junior starter Taylor Kelly and redshirt sophomore backup Mike Bercovici, who jumped Eubank on the depth chart before the 2013 season. While coaches maintained Eubank would be used in special offensive packages as he was in 2012, Eubank saw very little playing time in 2013.