Former Georgia linebacker MJ Sherman lands with Big Ten program
MJ Sherman didn’t have to wait long to find a new home, as the former Georgia outside linebacker will be heading to Nebraska to continue his college football career. He has three years of eligibility remaining after signing as a member of the 2020 recruiting class. Sean Callahan of On3 was the first to report the news.
Nebraska hosted Sherman on a visit this past weekend.
Players have until Jan. 18 to enter the transfer portal for this go around. There will be a second window that opens starting on May 1 and closing on May 15 for any additional roster movement. To date, eight Georgia players have entered the portal with three of them finding new homes.
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