Mark Richt Confirms UGA’s Recruitment of Lambert

It was just a few weeks ago that former Virginia quarterback Greyson Lambert announced that he was being released from the university and would be transferring. Now it seems that he could be returning to his home state to wear the red and black of the Georgia Bulldogs.

According to College Spun, head Georgia coach Mark Richt confirmed that the team was recruiting the graduate transfer who has two years of eligibility left.

It was first reported by 247sports last week that the Bulldogs were recruiting Lambert and now Richt has confirmed it according to Seth Emerson of the AJC.

Lambert is reportedly interested in transferring to Florida as well as Georgia, so it could come down to proximity to his hometown of Jesup, Georgia. Athens and Gainesville are much closer to home than Charlottesville or Fort Collins, Colorado, home of Colorado State that was said to be interested in Lambert after the news of his transfer intentions broke.

Lambert split time with Matt Johns last season and he threw for 1,632 yards and ten touchdowns against eleven interceptions in 2014.

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