Georgia Offensive Lineman Tweets Plans To Transfer

Georgia Offensive Lineman Tweets Plans To Transfer

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Georgia Offensive Lineman Tweets Plans To Transfer


Pat Allen, a junior offensive lineman at the University of Georgia, has announced plans to transfer from UGA in a tweet sent on Tuesday.

“First of all I’d like to thank Jesus Christ, My Lord and Savior, for all the blessing that he has given me and pray that he continues to watch over me and bless me on my journey,” Allen said via twitter. “I’d like to thank coach (Kirby) Smart and coach (Sam) Pittman and all of the support staff for their teachings and help developing as a player and a man overall. After careful consideration and careful talks with my family and my coaches, it’s with pain in my heart that I inform you all, and Dawgnation that I will be transferring and opening up my recruitment from the University of Georgia. My years here have been a dream come true and nothing will ever take away from the friends, family, and experience I have had here at UGA. I thank the fans and all of Dawg Nation for the many years of support. UGA will always be home to me. #GoDawgs.”

Allen was a four-star prospect in the class of 2015 out Reisterstown, Md, where he was recruited by Mark Richt’s staff.

Allen made one career start during his time at UGA – the 2017 season opener, however, he was replaced by future starter Kendall Baker mid-game. Following the season opener, Allen saw limited playing time during insignificant moments of games.

We wish Allen all the best.

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