Former Oregon redshirt freshman quarterback Damion Hobbs has found a new team to play for, and it's the school he considered playing for all along. Hobbs told the Salt Lake Tribune on Wednesday that he will transfer to Utah State, the school he says he strongly considered out of Cedar Hill, Texas, before ultimately choosing the Ducks prior to national signing day in 2013. News that he would transfer initially broke two weeks ago. Less than a full year into his stay in Eugene, however, Hobbs is bound for Logan, Utah, where he said he'll do "whatever it takes to help the team." "I am thankful for the opportunity I had at Oregon, but things simply didn't work out football wise," Hobbs told the Tribune. "I've been to Utah State and had a good rapport with the coaches so everything was in place and it just felt right." Hobbs added: "I'll do whatever it takes to help the team. I'll do anything for the team to win. If it involves me running the ball 20 times I will do that or if it involves me putting the ball in the air 20 times I will do that."