Brock Vandagriff - Football - University of Kentucky Athletics 12


  • position Quarterback
  • height 6-3
  • Weight 210
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Bogart, Ga.
  • High school Prince Avenue Christian
  • Previous School Georgia

2024 – Junior
• Comes to Kentucky as a graduate transfer after spending three seasons at Georgia (2021-2023)
• Will have two years of eligibility remaining
• Appeared in 13 total games in his career, completing 12 of 21 passes for 165 yards and two scores … Also ran six times for 46 yards
• Part of back-to-back National Championship teams in 2021 and 2022 with the Bulldogs

2023 – Sophomore (Georgia)
• Saw action in eight games, completing 12 of 18 passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns and rushing five times for 39 yards
• Completed two of three passes for 77 yards, including a 56-yard touchdown pass, in season-opening victory over UT Martin
• Saw action as a reserve quarterback in win over Ball State
• Completed four of five passes for 37 yards, including a 21-yard pass, in win over UAB
• Completed five of seven passes for 46 yards and one touchdown as a reserve vs. Kentucky

2022 – r-Freshman (Georgia)
• Appeared in three games vs. Samford, South Carolina and Vanderbilt, rushing one time for seven yards and 0-for-2 passing

2021 – Freshman (Georgia)
• Redshirt season
• Saw action in two games vs. UAB and Charleston

High School
• Played at Prince Avenue Christian and was coached by his dad, Greg Vandagriff
• Selected to the 2021 All-American Bowl
• Invited to the 2020 Elite 11 Finals
• Rated a five-star prospect by three of the four major recruiting services
• rated him a four-star prospect
• Ranked as the #2 dual-threat quarterback prospect, #2 prospect in Georgia, and #14 prospect nationally
• Helped lead Prince Avenue Christian to a 13-1 record in his 2020 senior season, clinching the Class A-Private state title
• Completed 70.9 percent of his passes for more than 4,000 yards, 46 touchdowns, and seven interceptions, along with 74 carries for more than 500 yards and 17 rushing touchdowns
• Named finalist for 2020 National High School Quarterback of the Year Award by National Quarterback Club
• Named the Atlanta Touchdown Club 2020 “Mr. Georgia”
• Named to 2020 USA Today Preseason All-USA Second Team offense
• Named to Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2020 all-classification Player of the Year and to Georgia’s Super 11
• Led Wolverines to 9-3 record and second round of Class A-Private State Playoffs in 2019 junior season, completing 71.6 percent of his passes for 2,471 yards, 31 touchdowns, and three interceptions despite missing four games to leg injury … Also ran for 262 yards and six rushing touchdowns
• Named to 2019 AJC All-State Class A-Private First Team offense
• Named to 2019 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Class A All-State Team offense
• Named to 2019 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class A-Private All-State Team offense
Led Wolverines to 11-2 record and semifinals of Class A-Private State Playoffs in 2018 … Threw for 3,190 yards for 28 touchdowns and seven interceptions, completing 64.9 percent of his passes … Rushed for 1,001 yards and 23 touchdowns
• Named to 2018 AJC All-State Class A-Private First Team offense
• Named to 2018 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Class A All-State Team offense
• Named 2018 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class A Offensive Player of the Year and named to Class A All-State Team offense
• Recipient of the Bill & Margaret Young Football Scholarship, the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Excellence, and the Louis S. Sohn Jr. Athletic Scholarship Endowment

• Born in Atlanta, Georgia
• Son of Greg and Kelly Vandagriff
• Has two sisters, Anna and Audrey
• Comes from a family of athletes as his dad, Greg, played football at Tennessee Wesleyan; mom, Kelly, played basketball at Southern Union; sister, Anna, is currently on the volleyball team at Eastern Kentucky University
• Graduated in December ’23 from Georgia with a degree in communication studies … Currently working on a master’s degree in community and leadership development at UK

Brock Says
• He chose Kentucky because of its culture, the offense and the coaching staff
• After his football career is complete he hopes to own and manage his own farm
• One thing most people don’t know about him is that he knows American Sign Language
• His favorite family recipe that he can make is deer burgers
• His go-to karaoke song is “How I Got to Be This Way” by Justin Moore

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