(TNS) — Former Kansas State quarterback Alex Delton has found a transfer destination, Texas-El Paso.

ESPN reported that Delton, who played in 20 games with six starts over his four years at K-State, will finish his career at UTEP, coached by former Kansas State offensive coordinator Dana Dimel.

Delton is immediately eligible and has one year remaining.

As a redshirt junior this season, the Hays native completed 44 of 80 passes for 554 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 234 yards and two scores. He led a fourth-quarter go-ahead touchdown drive against Kansas.

Delton was the MVP in last year’s Cactus Bowl when he came off the bench to lead the Wildcats to a victory over UCLA by rushing for 158 yards and three touchdowns.