Quarterback Daniel Bridge-Gadd is leaving Seattle and going home.
Bridge-Gadd announced on social media that he’s transferring from Washington to Northern Arizona.
Coming home 🏈🏠 pic.twitter.com/GAzpHzf6vz
— Daniel Bridge-Gadd (@Pvqb10) March 29, 2018
“My time at Washington was amazing but things didn’t necessarily go the way I wanted them to,” Bridge-Gadd told Sports360AZ.com on Thursday. “I was in need of a new home.”
Bridge-Gadd should be a good addition to the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks football team. He is a dual-threat quarterback who was the 2015 Gatorade State Football Player of the Year for Arizona in his senior year of high school.
The quarterback redshirted in his freshman season for the Huskies and barely played as a sophomore. He will have three years of eligibility at NAU.