It isn’t official, but on Thursday night, Wisconsin QB Kare Lyles appeared to announce on his Twitter account that he intends on transferring.
Thank you UW for the memories, but it’s time to focus on a new chapter and a new beginning. The best is yet to come! Just a kid with a dream, and I didn’t come this far just to come this far. It’s time to work!
— Karé Lyles (@klyles9) April 21, 2018
Lyles was ranked by 247Sports as a 3-star prospect coming out of high school in the Class of 2016. He was deemed a pro-style QB and the No. 43 signal caller in his class.
At Wisconsin, Lyles redshirted in 2016 and then did not play in 2017. The lack of playing time would appear to be a likely reason for him to seek a change.
Lyles’ brother Kayden is an OL for Wisconsin, while his father — Kevin Lyles — played both QB and TE for the Badgers from 1993-96.