After decommitting from Colorado State, Page quarterback Jake McNamara has found his college landing spot.
The QB shared Monday that he will join the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) for his college football career.
"Extremely excited to announce that I have found my home," McNamara shared on his Twitter. "I am committed to play football at UTEP! Thank you to my coaches and family."
UTEP went 7-6 last fall and 4-4 in Conference USA.
McNamara's former landing spot, Colorado State recently fired coach Steve Addazio after two years with the Rams. McNamara was recruited by Addazio's staff, which likely sparked McNamara's desire to move on.
The three-star signal caller also had offers from Utah State and Eastern Kentucky per 247Sports, which ranks McNamara as the 53rd-best recruit in the state and the 111th-best quarterback in the country.
McNamara's brother Cade is the quarterback for second-ranked Michigan, and his brother Kyle is a wide receiver at Western Kentucky.
The 5' 11," 185 lb. Page quarterback saw his stock rise this past season with a 13-2 Page team. He finished his senior year with 3,581 yards and 43 touchdowns over the regular season and playoffs.
The Patriots were runner-ups in the 5A state title game, where they fell to Powell 42-34 Friday. It was the first state appearance in Page's history.