Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets’ quarterback Vad Lee has decided to transfer.
“The triple-option was never really my thing,” according to Lee. “I’ve got some Division I schools that are interested and a lot of [Football Championship Subdivision] schools.”
Lee is planning to leave Atlanta after being 82-for-180 (45.6 percent) for 1,561 yards and 11 touchdowns with 10 interceptions this college football season which was his first as starter. The redshirt sophomore was also the team’s third-leading rusher, with 182 carries for 513 yards and eight touchdowns.
Lee led the Yellow Jackets to a 7-6 record (5-3 ACC) this season, including a 25-17 defeat versus the Ole Miss Rebels in Monday’s Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl.
If he decides not to transfer, Lee will have two seasons of eligibility left. The North Carolina native was a three-star prospect coming out of high school, choosing Georgia Tech over several ACC schools.