Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports
The Florida Gators have landed wide receiver/quarterback Josh Grady who graduated from Vanderbilt and will be able to play immediately in Gainesville. Per CBS Sports:

Grady is a graduate transfer with a single season of eligibility remaining. He will be eligible immediately.

But Grady's on-field impact with the Gators seems likely to be minimal. In three seasons with the Commodores, Grady attempted seven passes, completing three, with no touchdowns and two interceptions. He left Vanderbilt with seven receptions and 11 carries in other offensive roles, but had only one offensive touch in 2014, throwing an incomplete pass.
Grady is 6-foot, 200-pound senior from Tampa.
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On a bad day, still better than being LSu. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
2015 SEC All Sports Trophy winner. The best athletic department in the SEC.
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The University of Florida is truly in a bad place right now. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
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Vandy players are jumping ship.
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