A little more than two weeks after he entered the transfer portal, former Mississippi State WR Geor’quarius Spivey has announced his commitment to a new school.

Spivey wrote on social media that he has committed to Arizona State.

“Add two zeros to the one, I’m in a different mood… Yo what’s good Arizona,” he wrote.

Spivey is coming off a season in which he made three starts and appeared in 11 games for the Bulldogs. Last season, he caught 11 passes and had 121 receiving yards. Both figures were career highs for Spivey, but he was also ninth on the team in receiving.

Here’s his bio from Mississippi State:

2020 (Sophomore Season)
Awards: Earned SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.

Season: Appeared in all 11 games with three starts.

Vanderbilt (11/7): Drew the start … Made one reception for minus-1 yards. at Georgia (11/21): Caught one pass for six yards. at Ole Miss (11/28): Caught five passes for 97 yards … The five grabs equaled his career total entering the game … Four catches and 92 yards came on the final two drives of the game … Three of his five grabs went for first downs. Auburn (12/12): Made the start … Had three catches for nine yards. Missouri (12/19): Caught one pass for 10 yards in a start.

2019 (Redshirt Freshman Season)
Season: Played in all 13 games with two starts … Finished with three catches for 32 yards.

at No. 7 Auburn (9/28): Made first career catch for 12 yards. Kentucky (9/21): Made his first collegiate start. at Arkansas (11/2): Hauled in one pass for seven yards. vs. Louisville (12/30) Started at tight end … Made one catch for 13 yards.

2018 (True Freshman Season)
Season: Appeared in three contests … Redshirted his initial year with the program.

vs. Stephen F. Austin (9/1): Made collegiate debut.

High School
Prepped at Richwood High School under coach Robert Arvie … Four-star prospect by Rivals … Three-star prospect by ESPN and 247Sporrts … Ranked No. 10 overall recruit in Louisiana by Rivals … Top-20 tight end in the country per all three outlets … No. 2-ranked tight end in Louisiana by ESPN and 247Sports … Tabbed all-district first team … Led Richwood to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class 3A championship game as a senior … Made five catches for 117 yards and two scores vs. West Feliciana in the state title game … As a senior, made 33 catches for 981 yards and nine touchdowns … As a junior, led the team with 36 receptions for 425 yards and seven touchdowns … Added 105 yards on the ground on 11 carries … Competed in the Louisiana High School Coaches Association All-Star Game … Earned invitation to Offense-Defense All-American Bowl … Committed to MSU on October 6, 2017.

Born Geor’Quarius Anjera Spivey on October 6, 1999 … Son of Angela and George, II Spivey … Has three siblings – George III, Rokersha and Geor’Terrius … Majoring in business administration … Nickname is “GQ” … Twitter handle is @GS11_.