Former Georgia quarterback Greyson Lambert is making a career move.
Like former Florida QB Tim Tebow, Lambert has decided to play professional baseball. According to Gerry Fraley of The Dallas Morning News, Lambert was recently signed to a minor-league deal by the Texas Rangers of the MLB.
Lambert is in Surprise, Ariz., at the Rangers’ spring training facility as he begins his career change. He shared this Instagram post on Saturday.
Lambert hasn’t played baseball since he was a freshman at Wayne County High School in Jesup, Ga. He was signed by the Rangers as a pitcher.
During his two seasons with the Bulldogs, Lambert passed for 2,015 yards and 12 touchdowns, most of which came during his junior year in 2015. He played in just three games in 2016, attempting only 12 passes. He transferred to Georgia after playing his first two seasons at Virginia.