Atlanta, Ga. — The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, including offensive Trey Klock (No. 65) take the field at the start of their game against the Virginia Cavaliers at Bobby Dodd Stadium Saturday, November 19, 2016. SPECIAL/Daniel Varnado

Former Tech lineman Trey Klock makes transfer decision

Former Georgia Tech offensive tackle Trey Klock will play next season at Northwestern as a graduate transfer. Klock, who started four games for the Yellow Jackets this past season as a third-year sophomore, made the announcement from his Twitter account Monday.

Klock made the decision to transfer from Tech in January. He is on track to graduate this summer with a degree in business administration. After he transfers to the Big Ten school, he’ll have two seasons of eligibility with the Wildcats.

Klock was one of eight players to transfer from Tech at the end of the season, but the only one to leave as a graduate transfer.

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