Quarterback turned wide receiver Joey Gatewood now hopes the 4th time can be the charm.

The former quarterback at Auburn and Kentucky who became a wide receiver at UCF is heading to the transfer portal for greener pastures, yet again, according to On3’s Matt Zenitz.

Gatewood began his collegiate career at Auburn, where he arrived as a highly touted quarterback prospect out of Jacksonville, Florida.

But after 2 seasons buried on the depth chart on The Plains, Gatewood transferred to Kentucky for 1 year, which was the shortened COVID season in 2020.

Gatewood then transferred to UCF, back to his home state, where he spent the previous 2 seasons and was converted to wide receiver.

Gatewood played his high school ball at Bartram Trail High School in Florida, where he was a 4-star prospect.

He was the No. 46 overall recruit during the 2018 cycle, according to the On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all 4 major recruiting media companies.

Now, all these years later, the 6-5, 220-pound Gatewood is heading elsewhere, somewhere to be determined, in the hopes of finally finding the success that he had as a high school star.