Vanderbilt offensive lineman Bailey Granier announced his decision to become a graduate transfer and complete his eligibility elsewhere.
On Monday, Granier made the decision public in a note on Twitter. Within it, he wrote a classy message while thanking Commodores coach Derek Mason and others who made his time at the school memorable.
Granier played for the Commodores from 2014-17. The 6-foot-6, 316-pound athlete from Galliano, Louisiana, started two games for Vanderbilt this past season as a redshirt junior. He also saw snaps at guard and offensive tackle.
Vanderbilt went 5-7 this season. The Commodores started 3-0, but they struggled down the stretch.
Very thankful for everything that Vanderbilt has afforded me. At this time I have received my release and look forward to next year and the opportunities ahead! Excited for what the future has in store for me! pic.twitter.com/D9popz1rPk
— Bailey Granier (@BaileyGranier75) December 11, 2017
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