A graduate transfer punter from Murray State says he’ll join the Georgia football program next season. Landon Stratton made the announcement on his personal Facebook page.
He has averaed at least 40 yards per punt in all three of his seasons at Murray State including last season when he punted for more than 3,400 yards.
History is on Stratton’s side with the Bulldogs. Just last season, Columbia graduate transfer Cameron Nizialek also won the starting punting job. Stratton visited Athens just last week, according to his Twitter account.
— Landon Stratton 👟💣🏈 (@lstratton_12) May 4, 2018
What remains murky is Stratton’s current standing. According to the Logan Journal, he signed with Houston Baptist back in April so he may have to walk-on to the Georgia team.
Walk-on Bill Rubright and walk-on Bill Rubright both punted during the G-Day game. Marshall Long and Jake Camarda are also competing for the job.