Monday shows why there won’t be an offseason for Georgia football

Georgia went through something a number of programs are likely to experience over the next two months on Monday. Maybe not on the same day, as Georgia saw sophomore defensive back Major Burns enter the transfer portal and 3-star linebacker Donovan Westmoreland flip his commitment to South Carolina.

But the months of May and June figure to have a ton of player movement thanks to recent NCAA legislation. There’s likely to be an uptick in transfer additions and possible commitments.

On the transfer front, the NCAA officially ratified the one-time transfer rule last Wednesday. Players will now be able to transfer to another school without having to sit out a season.

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