Logan Gray has decided not to play receiver — or any other position — at Georgia next season.
The converted quarterback announced through the school on Tuesday that he will transfer from Georgia. Gray said he is set to graduate in May, so NCAA rules would allow him to play immediately somewhere else, rather than sitting a season.
“I plan on playing my last year of football while pursuing my Master’s degree at another school, most likely close to home, where my family can attend all of games,” said Gray, a native of Columbia, Mo.
Gray had nine catches for 105 yards and one touchdown catch in 2010. He also returned punts.
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He was a reserve quarterback for the Bulldogs in 2008 and 2009. He switched to receiver last year at his request.
Georgia’s G-Day game has been set for some time. Now the start of spring practice has a tentative start date.
UGA says it will take the field on Thursday, March 10, which is prior to spring break.
It would practice just that one day, then take off until March 22. From there it would practice until G-day on April 16.
The exact dates of following practices hasn’t been announced yet.