Arizona State quarterback Kellen Bradley has transferred to Weber State, a Wildcats official confirmed.
Bradley enrolled at the Ogden, Utah, school Monday. Because Weber State competes in NCAA Division I-AA, he will be eligible this season.
Bradley joins wide receiver Daryl Lightfoot, defensive end Nick Johnson and safety Joey Smith as scholarship players to leave the ASU program. Defensive end Rickey Parker was dismissed from the team last August.
Linebacker Barton Hammit, who was arrested last season for punching an ASU student, had his scholarship revoked by coach Dirk Koetter. But he is enrolled in school and has asked Koetter to be a walk-on at spring practice.
Running back Cornell Canidate, ASU's leading rusher in 2002, is reportedly still deciding whether to go through spring practice again or join Lightfoot in transferring to Northern Arizona.
Bradley, from Saguaro High School, was the quarterback in the 2002 recruiting class. Coming off a redshirt season in 2002, Bradley failed last spring to unseat Chad Christensen for the backup spot behind Andrew Walter and quickly became the fifth-team quarterback when freshmen Sam Keller and Mike Affleck enrolled in August. Bradley will have three seasons of eligibility at Weber State.
With the personnel losses, Koetter said ASU will be able to sign a full class of 25 players in February.