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Exceedingly touted quarterback Justin Fields has informed Georgia he expects to exchange, an individual with information of the circumstance disclosed to USA TODAY Sports.
The individual talked on the state of namelessness on the grounds that the school has not yet recognized the exchange.
Fields, who sponsored up Jake Fromm this season, was the No. 2 in general enroll in the nation only a year prior in the Rivals.com rankings. Fields' landing in Georgia accompanied prompt inquiries regarding how he would fit in the program, as Fromm had quarterbacked the Bulldogs to the national title diversion as a genuine first year recruit.
As it turned out, Georgia never found a predictable job for Fields, who finished 27 of 39 goes for 328 yards and four touchdowns and had 42 hurrying endeavors for 266 yards.
His most vital play of the season came when he should run a phony punt against Alabama late in the SEC title amusement with the score tied, a play that fizzled and eventually made ready for Alabama's diversion winning touchdown.
In spite of the fact that Fields demonstrated a couple of flashes of his ability, they came for the most part in victory amusements and it wasn't certain that he had a way to all the more playing time next season with Fromm returning for his lesser season in 2019.
Fields was additionally the subject of racially narrow-minded remarks made by a Georgia baseball player amid a Sept. 29 win against Tennessee, which prompted that player's expulsion from the program after an inner examination.
Fields, from Kennesaw, Ga., only outside of Atlanta, seemingly will be the most very pined for move in all of school football. He is relied upon to engage the NCAA to be qualified this season.
A message left with the Georgia sports division was not quickly returned.
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