Less than two years after transferring from Alabama to Arizona State, Barnett is set to switch schools again, via The Arizona Republic's Doug Haller.
The Arizona Republic first reported that Barnett is planning to transfer.
The former Alabama starter left Tuscaloosa after Hurts took over at the start of 2016, but things didn't get any better for him in Tempe.
Both the head coach and offensive coordinator (Chip Lindsey) who brought Barnett to ASU are gone.
The former five-star recruit appeared in four games as a backup previous year and was 3 of 5 for 40 yards with no touchdowns and one interception.
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Since he's on pace to graduate this summer, Barnett should be eligible to play this season.
Further coaching turnover followed this offseason.
Moving forward for ASU, Wilkins returns for his senior season, while redshirt freshmen Ryan Kelley and Kevin Brown, plus junior Dillon Sterling-Cole provide the remaining depth.
Barnett is the second quarterback to transfer out of ASU since Edwards' arrival.
The move comes just one day after former UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen took a swipe at Barnett's abilities and he hasn't turned into much.