The UGA football team will be losing some depth under center.
On Tuesday, senior quarterback Brice Ramsey announced he would be leaving the Bulldogs as a graduate transfer. Ramsey will be graduating in May, so will be eligible to play immediately.
“I have enjoyed my years at UGA, the bonds I have made with the coaching staffs as well as the numerous friendships with my teammates will last a lifetime and will continue to help guide me with decisions and future endeavors,” Ramsey said in a statement to 247 Sports.
“I will never look back on my time at UGA with regrets, I have loved every minute of my time here. However I understand the meaning of living life with no regrets so after a talk with my family over spring break I have decided to try and play my last year at another institution.”
There is no word on where Ramsey may land.
Throughout his time at Georgia, Ramsey saw time at quarterback, before losing the starting job and spending some time as a punter.
Ramsey ends his time in Athens with 582 passing yards, four touchdowns, and four interceptions.
The 6-foot-3, 210-pounder also had 20 punts for a 34.7 yard average last season.