Florida State reserve quarterback Jacob Coker could be headed to Alabama as a transfer, according to reports on Wednesday.

Coker is on track to graduate this spring at Florida State and would have two years of eligibility remaining once he enrolls at Alabama. As a graduate student-athlete, he would be eligible to play immediately.

Coker, a redshirt sophomore in 2013, received a visit from Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban on Tuesday, said Coker's former high school coach, Steve Mask.

"He's a recruitable guy," Saban said at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. "We can't talk about anybody that we might be recruiting."

The 6-foot-5, 230-pound Coker lost a battle for the starting quarterback job at Florida State with Jameis Winston, who went on to lead the Seminoles to a BCS national championship and win the Heisman Trophy.

A knee injury on Nov. 9 at Wake Forest ended Coker's season.

Coker, who attended the same high school as Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron, likely would be a factor in the competition to replace McCarron next fall.

Blake Sims, who backed up McCarron this past season, returns as well as redshirt freshman Alec Morris and freshmen Cooper Bateman and Parker McLeon. Quarterback Luke Del Rio transferred from Alabama to Oregon State last week.