A three-time Sun Belt Player of the Year is looking for a new school.
Quarterback Grayson McCall has entered the transfer portal and will be leaving Coastal Carolina.
“Thank you Coastal Carolina, for everything. I have entered the Transfer Portal as a Grad Transfer with 1 year of eligibility remaining,” McCall wrote in a post on X Wednesday.
McCall will be a highly desirable player for teams in need of a quarterback. He appeared in two games for Coastal Carolina in 2019 and redshirted that year. Then he gained an extra year of eligibility due to the 2020 COVID year, which will allow him to play in 2024.
McCall has been the Chanticleers starter for the last four seasons and won conference player of the year each year from 2020-2022, passing for 77 touchdowns and just eight interceptions while also running for 17 scores during that three-year span.
McCall only had 10 touchdown passes and six interceptions in seven games this season.
This is the second year in a row McCall has entered the transfer portal. Last year, the signal-caller remained at Coastal Carolina to play in the team’s bowl game and then decided to stay for the 2023 season despite having a new head coach after Jamey Chadwell left for Liberty. This time around, it seems less likely that he will remain.