SANTA CLARA, CA – JANUARY 07: Jalen Hurts #2 of the Alabama Crimson Tide warms up prior to the CFP National Championship against the Clemson Tigers presented by AT&T at Levi’s Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)Jalen Hurts is probably playing in his final game for the Alabama Crimson Tide tonight. The junior quarterback is likely to transfer out of the program following the College Football Playoff national title game against Clemson.Several major programs have been named potential landing spots for the former Alabama starting quarterback.Where will Hurts end up?One analyst has named the “perfect” landing spot.Former college football quarterback Kenny Hill says his old school, TCU, could be the ideal place for Hurts.“Absolutely. You look at how we play offense, we have a balanced attack. You have a running game. You don’t have to put up 50 points every week. You’re going to have a defense. You’ve got one of the best defensive coaches in Coach P [Gary Patterson].“As a quarterback, there are not too many other places that can offer all of that. I think this is the perfect landing spot for anybody really,” Hill said.Happy 2019, #TCU fans!The off-season is here, and the Frogs are in the market for a grad transfer QB. So, what are the odds of Gary Patterson & Co. landing Jalen Hurts? That’s just one of several questions to think about: https://t.co/GhmX2T5Cyb— Dean Straka (@DWStraka49) January 1, 2019Sports Illustrated, meanwhile, named a Big Ten school as the favorite to land him.“Hurts has a relationship with new Terps head coach Mike Locksley, who served as Alabama’s offensive coordinator this year,” Sports Illustrated writes.Hurts has refused to address any transfer talk during the season, but that’s going to have to change after tonight.