Brock Vandagriff will look to continue his college football career elsewhere after 3 seasons at Georgia. Vandagriff confirmed reports of his entry into the transfer portal, posting a farewell note addressed to Dawg Nation on social media.

A former Prince Avenue Christian School standout, Vandagriff was a sought-after recruit in the Class of 2021. He was rated 5-stars and the No. 17 prospect overall nationally on the 247Sports Composite.

Vandagriff originally committed to play for Lincoln Riley’s Oklahoma program on June 20, 2019. He decommitted from the Sooners on Jan. 1, 2020, and was verbally pledged to Georgia by the end of the month.

While Stetson Bennett and Carson Beck led the Dawgs on a 42-2 run over the past 3 seasons, Vandagriff saw limited playing time off the bench. He has played in 13 games at UGA, completing 12-of-21 passes for 165 yards, with 2 touchdowns this season. Vandagriff has 2 remaining seasons of eligibility.

Following Bennett’s departure, Beck, Vandagriff and Gunner Stockton competed for the starting quarterback job. It was down to Beck and Vandagriff before Kirby Smart went with Beck, who started all 13 games this season.

Beck has remaining eligibility thanks to the COVID-19 waiver for 2020 and a redshirt year in 2021. Stockton has been with the program since 2022. Dylan Raioloa, a 5-star recruit rated the Composite’s No. 5 overall prospect for 2024, is verbally committed to UGA.

This article has been updated with Vandagriff’s announcement