A year ago it seemed Gresch Jensen was the Montana Grizzlies’ quarterback of the present and future. But could his path now lead to Bozeman?
A Twitter post Jensen sent out Sunday has caused quite a stir in the Treasure State.
Always nice to be back in Montana 💯 pic.twitter.com/W9Tgy0qdvo
— Gresch Jensen (@GreschJensen) December 9, 2018
Jensen sent out this picture of him wearing a Montana State uniform. He has not officially announced his plans to transfer to Montana State — the picture came on a recruiting visit — but it clearly shows he’s thinking about the option.
Jensen started eight games for the Grizzlies in 2017 as a redshirt freshman, throwing for 2,531 yards and 20 touchdowns, while rushing for 203 yards and six touchdowns.
He left Montana last summer to play a year at Fullerton College. The Auburn, Washington native threw for 2,330 yards and 16 touchdowns at the junior college level, while also rushing for 289 yards and six touchdowns. Fullerton did not lose a game with Jensen on the field but had to forfeit eight of 10 games this season for using ineligible players.
Now Jensen is looking to transfer back to a Division I school. He said he has received offers from Montana State, Idaho State and Albany. He would be eligible to play right away as a junior in 2019.