Former Vanderbilt QB/wide receiver Josh Grady is headed to Gainesville, FL to finish out his college career. Grady is a graduate transfer and will have one season of eligibility to play for the Gators this year.
The former Commodore won’t likely start for Florida. Grady has most likely been brought in to give the Gators some depth at quarterback should something happen to Treon Harris.
Grady didn’t see much time under center in Nashville. Lost in the shuffle behind Jordan Rodgers, Austyn Carta-Samuels, Patton Robinette, and Johnny McCrary he decided to move to wide receiver for 2014 but didn’t see a lot of the field. Now the Florida native can go back home and have a shot at helping first year coach Jim McElwain rebuild the program in Gainesville.
Vanderbilt will travel to Florida on Nov. 7th in what will be an interesting game for Grady.