Justin Fields is officially gone.
Justin Fields, one of the most coveted recruits in the 2018 signing class, has officially chose to transfer from the University of Georgia. The coaching staff is a flawless fit for his skill set. Both are close and have trained with quarterbacks coach Quincy Avery. Everyone in the country would have loved to have his talents on their team, but now he is expected to enroll at the school that clearly doesn't need him: Ohio State. Martell, like Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm, had his senior season documented by Netflix for the show QB1: Beyond the Lights. Freshman tight end Luke Ford also announced that he would be transferring, as he will head to IL.
Oh, and now you get Fields, arguably the country's top overall recruit in 2018? He finished the season with 42 rushes for 266 yards and four rushing touchdowns and threw for 328 yards and four passing touchdowns. Martell played in six games, completing 23-of-28 passes for 269 yards and one touchdown.
Fields removed most of his belongings from his dorm room at Georgia and had informed the coaching staff that he was leaving, sources said.
The Athletic's Bruce Feldman confirmed Fields was on Ohio State's campus at the time of publication. Day has been with the program as a quarterback coach and offensive coordinator since 2017. That would open the starting job. If that happens, Fields can play in the 2019 season.
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With Fields gone, Fromm is Georgia's only scholarship quarterback on the roster at the moment, but reinforcements are coming.
The Bulldogs flipped four-start quarterback Dwan Mathis who originally committed to Ohio State. Georgia also has a commitment from 4-star quarterback John Rhys Plumlee, but he is yet to sign a letter of intent.
Georgia opens the 2019 season against Vanderbilt on August 31.