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Dawg News: Grayson McCall leaves Coastal Carolina



After a career full of accomplishments Grayson McCall has decided to try his luck in the transfer portal following his unlucky 2023 season. Unfortunately, Grayson has struggled with a scary concussion in the back half of the season following a brutal hit by Arkansas State's Trevian Thomas, which left Grayson "unconscious".



Stats And Accomplishments

Throughout his 5 seasons as a Chanticleer, Grayson has thrown for 69.9% with ten thousand yards, eighty-eight touchdowns with only fourteen interceptions. This was enough to make him the first EVER three-time (back-to-back to back) Sun Belt player of the year.

A few other accomplishments consist of:

3 X All Sun Belt first team

1 X Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Year

3 X Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award semifinalists

2020 Sun Belt Freshman of the Year

amongst many, MANY others.


How Can A Transfer Help Grayson McCall?

After having so much success at a school it could be hard to leave but this isn't the first time he has tried to get out. At the end of the 2022 season, he put his name in the portal and received heavy interest in both Auburn and Florida but ultimately withdrew his name to come back for one more season.


Leaving Coastal Carolina and enrolling in an SEC school could boost his draft stock from a fifth to sixth-round draft pick to an early to mid or second-round pick as long as he continues his ways.

Unfortunately, the flip side of this is he transfers and struggles to find himself and knocks himself down to being undrafted.


Where is the right fit?

Now that he is transferring as a Grad transfer this means he should have no problem finding a team that accepts his school credits while also supplying the class he's majoring in. Last year he got denied by Auburn University for this exact reason, they just failed to supply his specific classes meaning his credits could not transfer over.

Does he test his luck once more and try to beat out Auburn's Payton Thorne? Or maybe take his talent to Gainesville Florida to become a Gator and compete against a returning Graham Mertz


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