Georgia head coach Mark Richt said Wednesday night that junior quarterback Logan Gray was “looking over his options.” Richt’s comments came at the Savannah Bulldog Club meeting.
Logan Gray, who is second on the depth chart behind redshirt freshman Aaron Murray, is considering transferring from Georgia in search of more playing time.
Although Aaron Murray is no. 1 on the depth chart, Mark Richt has not declared him the starter yet. Richt further stated that Logan Gray, and even incoming freshman Hutson Mason, could still win the job in the Fall.
Gray met with Richt on Monday to discuss his options. One of those is a move to wide receiver, but it is unclear if Richt and quarterbacks coach Mike Bobo are 100% on board with that decision.
It would seem that the coaches want, and need, Logan Gray to backup Aaron Murray if Murray wins the job. But Gray likely doesn’t want to spend his entire career as a backup quarterback/punt fair catcher. If Gray is not allowed to line up at receiver, or if Gray thinks he won’t play much at QB, he will most likely transfer.
Stay tuned as the transfer story of D.J. Shockley Logan Gray changes every day.
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