Georgia’s secondary has seen its fair share of attrition since last season, but it will be forced to withstand another departure from a UGA defensive back.

In an email from the university, the school announced that Brendan Langley will transfer away from the program.

“Brendan came to me and expressed an interest in moving to another institution that may provide more playing opportunity,” head coach Mark Richt said in a statement. “I told him I understood and wish him nothing but the best.”

Langely was a class of 2013 four-star recruit for the Bulldogs, but it’s been that recruiting class, especially within the secondary, that’s been hit hard with early departures. According to Marc Weiszer of, Langely is the fifth defensive back from the 2013 recruiting class to leave the school.

He originally came into Georgia as a defensive back, but switched over to wide receiver during spring practice in an effort to receive more playing time. Langely made the transition back to the secondary midway through the 2014 season.

In his career with the Bulldogs, Langely recorded just 16 tackles.