Weber State QB Jake Constantine Transfers To Rice University
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Weber State quarterback Jake Constantine announced that he is transferring to Rice University.
Time to work! Let’s go win a @ConferenceUSA title #GoOwls#onegoal,” Constantine tweeted on January 5.
The junior quarterback played for Jay Hill’s Wildcats from 2018-19.
Constantine is joining an Owls program that finished the 2020 season with a 2-3 record and ended in fourth place in Conference USA.
— Jake Constantine (@jakeconst8) January 6, 2021
Constantine first announced an offer to play for the Owls on January 1.
God is so Great!!! I prayed over and over and he answered 🙏🏻 Blessed to have been offered by The University of Rice! #GoOwls#runitback#morelife @alexm_brown @CoachMack_Rice @RiceFootball @mbloom11 pic.twitter.com/D0jPOR9UoB
— Jake Constantine (@jakeconst8) January 1, 2021
Originally a three-star recruit, Constantine signed with the Boise State Broncos out of high school.
After redshirting the 2016 season, he transferred to Ventura College.
Following one season with Ventura, Constantine transferred to Weber State.
#TDTuesday Weber State’s Jake Constantine (@jakeconst8) accounted for 4️⃣ touchdowns in WSU’s win over nationally-ranked North Dakota last October. #WeAreWeber #BigSkyFB #PurpleReign 👏 pic.twitter.com/ptnL4D6kUb
— Weber State Football 🏈 (@weberstatefb) July 23, 2019
During his two seasons with the Wildcats, the quarterback threw for 4,429 yards, 33 touchdowns, and 22 interceptions.
Constantine helped Weber State win a pair of conference championships during his time in Ogden.
He finished his Weber State career as the Wildcats’ 11th all-time leading passer and ranks seventh in touchdowns.
Weber State is scheduled to begin its 2021 spring football schedule against Idaho State on February 27.