Former four-star quarterback Jacob Park has decided to transfer from Georgia. With the Bulldogs recently welcoming in Greyson Lambert, Park thought it was in his best interests to start somewhere fresh.
Park struggled to stand out during Georgia’s spring competition to be starting quarterback. He saw the writing on the wall and decided Georgia was no longer the place where he could thrive.
Dawgs247 first reported the news on Tuesday night:
Dawgs247 has confirmed through multiple sources that redshirt freshman quarterback Jacob Park is no longer with the Georgia football team. In his second season with UGA, Park was thought to be a major contender for the Bulldogs’ open quarterback job going into the spring, but received far fewer first-team reps than Brice Ramsey or Faton Bauta in any of the team’s scrimmages.
It is not yet known where Park will continue his football career. This news comes on the heels of UGA’s decision last week to accept a transfer from former Virginia quarterback Greyson Lambert.
Park ends his career with the Bulldogs after redshirting last season and having not attempted a pass. Wherever he decides to transfer to, he will have to sit out the coming year as per transfer rules.
Georgia is set to open their season September 5 against Louisiana Monroe at home