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Coastal Carolina QB Grayson McCall is leaving Portal, source says

Coastal Carolina QB Grayson McCall is leaving Portal, source says

In a big victory when recruiting new ones Coastal Carolina coach Tim Beck, quarterback Grayson McCall has withdrawn his name from the transfer portal, a source told ESPN on Sunday.

McCall entered his name on the portal on Dec. 12, allowing coaches from other programs to communicate with him about joining their team. Former Coastal Carolina coach Jamie Chadwell left earlier last month to take the same position Freedomhelping prompt McCall’s decision to enter the portal.

The junior quarterback has been an integral part of Coastal Carolina’s success over the past few seasons. He threw for 2,700 yards, 24 touchdowns and two interceptions this season while completing 69.7% of his passes. He also added six rushing touchdowns and was named the 2022 Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year.

In his career, McCall threw for 8,086 yards, 78 touchdowns and eight interceptions while completing 71% of his passes.

Beck arrived from NC State, where he was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. With McCall withdrawing his name from the portal, Beck will have one less position to worry about next season as the other linebackers on the roster are redshirt freshmen and have very little experience.

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