Former UGA LB transfers to Alabama

Georgia linebacker Trezmen Marshall is transferring to the Alabama Crimson Tide.

For the second consecutive offseason, a Georgia player has transferred to Alabama after winning the national championship.

The 6-foot-1, 230-pound junior from Homerville,

Georgia, is likely looking for more playing time at his transfer destination.

However, he will face stout competition at Alabama

The Crimson Tide always have a talented roster.

Marshall, a former four-star recruit, played high school football at Clinch County High School.

Marshall was in the Georgia inside linebacker rotation this season.

 He played some key snaps in the College Football Playoff, especially against Ohio State.

 He recorded 19 total tackles and a sack in 2022.

His departure is a blow to Georgia’s linebacker depth.

However, the Bulldogs have signed three of the top five linebackers in the class of 2023.

Georgia co-defensive coordinator and inside linebackers coach Glenn Schumann,

 wrote a nice message upon Marshall’s transfer to Alabama.