Vanderbilt Quarterback Mo Hasan enters transfer portal

Per report, the redshirt junior will seek his final year of eligibility elsewhere.

Max Schneider, Sports Editor

Vanderbilt quarterback Mo Hasan has entered the NCAA transfer portal, per a report from AL.com’s Matt Zenitz on Thursday afternoon.

Hasan, a redshirt junior with one remaining season of eligibility, started one game in 2019, a win over Missouri on October 19. He left the game after three quarters with a concussion and ultimately missed the rest of the season. Hasan will be moving on as a graduate transfer, making him immediately eligible upon his arrival at another program.

The 6’3 signal-caller received national acclaim for his organization called “Second Spoon,” which provides meals to local homeless men and women in the Nashville and Miami areas by means of a mobile food truck.

Hasan’s departure from the program leaves Vanderbilt with five quarterbacks on the roster heading into next season. Deuce Wallace and Allan Walters are the two returning quarterbacks, both of whom have not yet announced intentions to transfer. The other three signal-callers are Ken Seals, Mike Wright and Jeremy Moussa.

Seals, a high school senior from Texas, will enroll in January and take part in spring practices, while Wright, a high school senior from Georgia, will enroll in the fall. Moussa, a Junior College transfer from San Bernardino Valley College, will also be on campus in the fall.

It remains to be seen where Hasan will play his college football moving forward.

Vanderbilt Athletics declined to comment on this story.