TCU tight end Geor’Quarius Spivey has reportedly entered the transfer portal after two seasons with the Horned Frogs. The redshirt senior appeared in a local interview with KNOE8 Sports Director Aaron Dietrich last month and indicated his desire to return for the 2023 season. Spivey has one more year of eligibility remaining for his collegiate career.
BREAKING TCU TE Geor'Quarius Spivey has entered the transfer portal, per @mzenitz.— On3 (@On3sports) February 16, 2023
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Spivey recorded 11 catches for 136 yards and one touchdown during the 2022 season. The former Mississippi State transfer played in 10 games with three starts during the 2021 season, totaling three receptions. A former four-star prospect, Spivey began his career in Starkville, spending three seasons with the Bulldogs before transferring to Fort Worth, where he began his TCU career under former Horned Frogs head coach Gary Patterson.
Back where it all started⏱️ #HailState @RGibsonMSU @Coach_Barbay pic.twitter.com/4t2WYdIiKy— Geor’Quarius Spivey (@_GS11_) March 2, 2023
UPDATE: Spivey announced on Thursday afternoon that he’ll be returning to Mississippi State for the 2023 season. Spivey started his collegiate career with the Bulldogs, totaling 14 receptions for 153 yards across the 2019 and 2020 seasons after redshirting in 2018.