It was just a few weeks ago that the Georgia Bulldogs announced the release of Jacob Park from its program. It seems now that the former four-star quarterback may be heading to a much bigger SEC powerhouse.
Park is visiting the Alabama Crimson Tide this weekend and will have three years of eligibility left after sitting out the 2015 season.
Former Georgia QB Jacob Park, 4* former ESPN 300 w 3 yrs to play said he'll visit Alabama this weekend
— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) June 25, 2015
The Crimson Tide is still struggling to find their signal caller for this season. If Park is to land at Alabama, the Tide could rely on the running of Kenyon Drake and Derrick Henry for the 2015 season and allow Park to grow and mature for next season.
The six-foot-four, 200 pound Park redshirted at Georgia last season after he arrived as a top-250 prospect of the 2014 class for the Bulldogs. Park asked Georgia for his release after former Virginia quarterback Greyson Lambert transferred to Athens and emerged as the front-runner for the starting position.
*Featured Photo (above) credit to John Kelley, AP