Georgia TE announces transfer destination

Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brett Seither is transferring to Georgia Tech. Seither joined a pair of Georgia tight ends, Arik Gilbert and Ryland Goede, in the transfer portal this offseason.

Seither is expected to have two years of eligibility left.

The 6-foot-5, 230-pound tight end played special teams and hauled in three catches for 42 yards and a touchdown in Georgia’s 2021 college football season. Seither, who won a pair of national titles during his time at Georgia, is expected to have a larger role with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Georgia remains stacked at tight end. The Bulldogs return Brock Bowers and Oscar Delp for the 2023 college football season. Additionally, Georgia has a loaded class of 2023 at the tight end position.

Seither redshirted during the 2019 season as a freshman. Seither appeared in both the Arkansas State and Murray State games.

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Seither came to Athens, Georgia, as a three-star prospect in the class of 2019 out of Clearwater Central Catholic High School. Seither originally committed to Georgia over Alabama.

Seither will have multiple years of eligibility wherever he decides to transfer. He helped provide depth to Georgia’s team during the College Football Playoff when he could have easily entered the transfer portal.

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Story originally appeared on UGA Wire