QB Jamil Muhammad’s time at Vanderbilt did not last long.

The Madison, Alabama product committed to Vanderbilt in June 2018 and signed early, enrolling early and taking part in spring practice with the Commodores. Muhammad played in Vanderbilt’s spring game, but was apparently unhappy at VU heading into his freshman season. In June, Muhammad announced he was entering his name into the NCAA’s Transfer Portal. Friday afternoon, he revealed he is no longer in the portal and has transferred to Georgia State.

As a 2019 prospect, Muhammad was rated a 3-star ATH on the 247Sports Composite, ranked the No. 40 player out of Alabama and No. 80 ATH in the class. His departure should not have a big impact on Vanderbilt’s quarterback situation for 2019. Ball State grad transfer Riley Neal and returning junior Deuce Wallace are expected to compete for the starting signal-caller spot and lead the post-Kyle Shurmur era.