Georgia quarterback Jacob Park has decided to transfer, according to multiple reports.
A redshirt freshman from Goose Creek, Park was one of four quarterbacks on the Georgia roster after the recent addition of Virginia transfer Greyson Lambert.
Park had dropped behind Faton Bauta and Brice Ramsey on the depth chart in the spring.
The 6-foot-4, 202-pound Park was a member of the scout team last fall. He completed 10-of-15 passes for 92 yards with an interception in the G-Day game.
Park announced via social media that he intended to leave the Bulldogs.
“I just want to say thank (you) dawg nation and everyone else who made my stay in Athens special. Never will forget the people and friends. Time to move on and turn the page to the next chapter. Go Dawgs.”
Dawgs247.com said Park is going to a junior college.
His father, Adam Park, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution he knew nothing of it.
“I can’t tell you what’s up because I don’t know what’s going on myself,” Adam Park said. “I have no clue where this came from. I don’t know nothing about it.”
Jacob Eason of Lake Stevens, Wash. — the No. 1-ranked quarterback prospect in the country — is enrolling at UGA in January.
There has been some speculation that Park might be transferring to Colorado State to play for former Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, who is now the head coach there.