Former Kansas State quarterback Alex Delton is transferring to TCU.

The Hays High product announced his decision Tuesday night on Twitter, posting "Man I am so blessed for what I've learned through this game & how it has shaped me. I'm proud of what I've done but I am not done yet... Change of plans. I will be finishing my final year at TCU. Excited to get started!!!"

Initially, Delton said he planned to play at Texas-El Paso.

The Horned Frogs are hurting at the quarterback spot. TCU was forced to start third-teamer Grayson Muehlsteina senior, in its bowl win over California. And then Muehlstein was injured, prompting coach Gary Patterson to use freshman Justin Rogers, who hadn't played a down all season as he recovered from a significant knee injury.

Shawn Robinson, who started half of last season, already has announced he's transferring to Missouri. Michael Collins, who filled in for Robinson, suffered a season-ending leg injury.

Rogers was considered one of the top quarterback prospects in the country when he signed with TCU in 2018, but his progress was slowed by a knee injury he suffered in high school.

Delton, who will be a graduate transfer, will have one season remaining. He decided to leave K-State after Bill Snyder announced his retirement.

He's a dual threat quarterback. In his two seasons as a part-time starter, Delton rushed for 734 yards and threw for 1,191.