year. For the college game in general and for Kelly's offense in particular, he has zero physical limitations. I don't view his size as a limitation. He will always be more susceptible to injury than a bigger QB, but that doesn't limit his playing ability. Mentally, after participating in three springs and one fall and another fall as starter, there should not be any playbook or experience limitations, either. I expect him to be very, very good.
I don't think Kiel will transfer. I also don't think that unless Golson just completely regresses for some reason, that Kelly will start Kiel this year. Kelly will finally be able to go into a season with a QB that has played and played very well at times. Being the clear number two will allow Kiel to get meaningful reps in practice learning the offense, participate in game planning, receive guidance from Rees and Golson, get snaps in games that are blowouts, and more than likely play while games are in the balance because of Golson getting shaken up or injured.