Former Georgia WR Tommy Bush announces transfer destination
About three months after he entered the transfer portal, former Georgia WR Tommy Bush has found a new home.
Bush announced on social media that he has committed to North Texas. He spent three seasons in Athens, and entered the NCAA transfer portal leading up to the start of spring football at Georgia. He thanked coach Kirby Smart, the medical and training staff, and said the degree he earned at Georgia is “second to none.” Bush added that he would pursue a masters degree at North Texas.
Bush signed with Georgia out of Schertz, Texas, where he was rated as a 4-star prospect at Samuel Clemens High School. Bush was selected to play in the 2018 Under Armour All-America Game.
Here’s his bio from Georgia:
Here is his bio on the Georgia team site:
2019: Saw his first action of the season vs. Georgia Tech and caught one fourth-quarter pass for a 1-yard gain.
2018: Has seen action in two games this season: vs. Austin Peay and UMass.
High School: Samuel Clemens, coached by Jared Johnston…Selected to play in the 2018 Under Armour All-America Game…247Sports.com four-star prospect…Ranked as the #37 WR nationally, #196 overall prospect nationally and the #23 prospect in Texas…PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #258 nationally and a member of the Top 350 All-American Team…ESPN.com four-star prospect, ranked #71 nationally, #9 in the Midlands, #10 WR and the #8 prospect in Texas…Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked as the #60 WR and the #46 prospect in Texas…27 receptions for 328 yards and eight TDs as a senior…also ran the 100m and 200m for the Clemens track team.
Next chapter…💚🤍 pic.twitter.com/Haxjb8f6em
— TTB (@TheTommyBush11) May 15, 2021