Former Lubbock Cooper quarterback Jarret Doege has announced he will transfer to West Virginia University. The quarterback had been at Bowling Green University where his older brother, former Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege, was the wide receivers coach.

In 2018, Jarrett Doege was one of the top passing quarterbacks in the Mid-American Conference with Bowling Green when he completed 242 of 389 passing attempts for 2,660 yards, 27 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.

Doege will look to replace Will Grier who was drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the NFL Draft back in April. He will also have two seasons of eligibility with the Mountaineers whether he is forced to sit out in 2019 or not.