The Gators have added to their depth at quarterback in the form of former Vanderbilt Commodore Josh Grady. Thomas Goldkamp of Gatorbait.net announced the news that Grady had transferred to Florida on Friday.
Grady finished his degree at Vanderbilt, and will thus be eligible to play immediately for the Gators under the NCAA’s graduate transfer rules. He has one year of eligibility remaining.
His addition will help to fill the need for more signal callers on Florida’s roster. Earlier this week, backup Skyler Mornhinweg transferred, leaving the Gators with just two scholarship quarterbacks – redshirt freshman Will Grier and sophomore Treon Harris.
Grady played sparingly at Vanderbilt, also logging time as a wide receiver. As a quarterback, he completed 3-of-7 passes for 27 yards and threw two interceptions.