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Name: DWan Mathis (Transfer from Georgia)
College: Temple     Number: 2
Height: 6-5   Weight: 205
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rFr/2024

40 Low: 4.54
   40 Time: 4.64
  40 High: 4.75
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Weight: 205

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: Transfer from Georgia

 DWan Mathis, Temple, Player News

  04/29/21 - QB DWan MathisrFr/2024, Temple, 6-5, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  There will be no persistent questions over the summer as to the new No. 1 quarterback at Temple. During a Tuesday press conference talking about spring practice which recently concluded, third-year coach Rod Carey said that redshirt freshman D'Wan Mathis, a transfer from Georgia, has earned the No. 1 spot. Redshirt sophomore Re-al Mitchell, who appeared in three games last season for Temple after transferring from Iowa State, is the No. 2 at the moment, according to Carey. Mathis replaces Anthony Russo, a three-year starter, who transferred to Michigan State. While Carey said there are position battles at several spots, he's moving forward at quarterback. "D'Wan is our No. 1, I told him that and Re-al is definitely No. 2, they definitely had the best two springs and it will go in that order for sure," Carey said. - Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News

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  12/14/20 - QB DWan MathisrFr/2024, Temple, 6-5, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  UGA football's initial 2020 starting quarterback has settled on a new home. D'Wan Mathis will transfer and continue his career at Temple, the redshirt freshman announced via Twitter Monday. "The things I've been through, the relationships that I made at UGA will forever be with me," Mathis wrote. "I will miss my brothers on this football team." Mathis completed 12 of 30 passes with three interceptions and one touchdown this season. He started the Bulldogs season-opener at Arkansas before being replaced by Stetson Bennett. - Online Athens

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  12/02/20 - QB DWan MathisrFr/2024, Temple, 6-5, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Coach Kirby Smart said Monday he wanted Mathis, a redshirt freshman from Oak Park, to continue his career at Georgia, where JT Daniels has emerged as the starter. "I am excited to see his future," Smart said of Mathis. "He's going to be a really good football player. We want him to stay here. There's no doubt we want him to stay here. We have encouraged him to stay here. But I also respect that is his decision, and we are going to help him every way we can with a transition. I think he's got a bright future."

Mathis committed to Michigan State in 2017 but flipped to Ohio State after getting an offer from the Buckeyes. But when Ohio State secured the transfer of Justin Fields from Georgia, Mathis flipped again to the Bulldogs and enrolled in January 2019. Reached by The Detroit News on Monday, Mathis was asked if transferring to Michigan State was on the table. "It's an option but I'm just not sure," he said. "I'm leaving all my options open. I'm not really sure when I'm going to make a decision." - Detroit News


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  12/01/20 - QB DWan MathisrFr/2024, Temple, 6-5, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  D'Wan Mathis is officially in the NCAA transfer portal, giving other programs the ability to contact the Georgia quarterback about continuing his college football career elsewhere. The news about Mathis moving on broke Saturday night before Georgia's game against South Carolina when he wasn't on the trip. "He didn't want to be a distraction for the team and he was very hurt and disappointed things came out before the game," coach Kirby Smart said Monday. "That bothered him...He wanted it to come out today when he entered the portal." Mathis, a redshirt freshman from Belleville, Mich,, started the season opener at Arkansas after grad transfer Jamie Newman opted out in the preseason. Mathis struggled in the game and was replaced by Stetson Bennett who helped rally Georgia to the win.

Bennett held the starting job for the next five games, but Southern Cal transfer JT Daniels replaced him against Mississippi State and has a strong hold on the job after wins the last two weeks. "D'Wan is a great quarterback and we really will miss D'Wan," defensive lineman Travon Walker said. "JT just stepped into the role at a time he really needed to and helped the team out a loud. It's really hard at the quarterback position to be able to get that chance. You've just got to take advantage of the chance that you do get." Mathis redshirted last season after undergoing surgery for a brain cyst in May of 2019. - Athens Daily Banner


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  11/30/20 - QB DWan MathisrFr/2024, Temple, 6-5, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Quarterback D'Wan Mathis, who opened the season as No. 11 Georgia's starter, has entered the NCAA transfer portal. Coach Kirby Smart said Monday he wanted Mathis, a redshirt freshman, to continue his career at Georgia, where JT Daniels has emerged as the starter. "I am excited to see his future," Smart said of Mathis. "He's going to be a really good football player. We want him to stay here. There's no doubt we want him to stay here. We have encouraged him to stay here. But I also respect that is his decision, and we are going to help him every way we can with a transition. I think he's got a bright future."

Mathis, a redshirt freshman, was not with the Bulldogs for Saturday's 45-16 win at South Carolina on Saturday. That led to questions that Mathis might enter the transfer portal as the Bulldogs prepare for this week's game against Vanderbilt. Smart said Mathis "has handled everything first class." "Every conversation he's had with me has been the right way," Smart said. "He did not want to be a distraction for the team, and he was very hurt and disappointed that things came out before the game. That bothered him because he did not want to be a distraction for the team." Mathis could not hold the starting job after winning a preseason competition after Wake Forest transfer Jamie Newman, the projected starter, opted out of the season. - AP College Football


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  09/28/20 - QB DWan MathisrFr/2024, Temple, 6-5, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Georgia stated freshman quarterback D'Wan Mathis, but he was pulled in the second quarter after going 6-of-13 passing for 37 yards with an interception and also having some mental errors. Smart brought in Stetson Bennett, who jump-started the offense and finished the day 20-of-29 passing for 211 yards and two touchdowns. "We were on the headphones and we talked, "Smart said. "We were struggling and we didn't have a lot of rhythm. Felt like we needed to change things up. I don't know how many drives we were into, played five maybe six, however many it was, before we went to Stetson. I thought he would give us some energy.

"There are things he can do well. He is different than D'Wan. He has experience and he gave us a spark. That helped us out. He was very decisive with the ball and makes good decisions. He understands what the defense is trying to do to him. "I think getting to watch a little bit of the game helped him. Right now, going forward, we will decide how we go forward. We will go back and watch the tape. "Not all those things that went wrong were D'Wan's fault. I know a lot of people blamed D'Wan or whatever. But at the end of the day it is on all of us to get right. Not all of those were bad decisions. Not all of them were bad throws. He made some good throws. But we have got to get better that's for sure." Georgia had over 90 yards of penalties in the first half, but none in the third quarter and ended with 12 penalties for 108 yards. - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  09/24/20 - QB DWan MathisrFr/2024, Temple, 6-5, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Mathis, an early enrollee in January 2019, had a health scare after spring practice in 2019. He experienced severe headaches and underwent emergency surgery to have a cyst removed from his brain. Doctors allowed Mathis to return to practice on a limited basis late last season, and in May he was fully cleared for practice. "[Mathis] has been through so much," Smart said. "He's a bright-eyed, talented kid. There are a lot of guys who have confidence in D'Wan." Pittman was Georgia's offensive line coach the previous four seasons, so he knows Mathis on a personal level. "We know what kind of arm he has," Pittman said. "But he would be maybe a little bit more of a dual threat, because he certainly can run. "He can actually fly. He's really fast, and to be honest with you, I'm really excited if he plays against us. I'm excited for him. Because he had surgery that might not have allowed him to play. He's come a long way. Certainly we're not wanting to play against him because he's such a talented young man. But I'm certainly thrilled that he has been cleared and is ready to get his football career back on course. A wonderful kid."

When Georgia's workouts were shut down in the spring because of the coronavirus pandemic, Mathis stayed in Athens to continue training and be supervised by the team's medical staff. "He has a powerful arm, has a great spin on the ball," Georgia wide receiver Kearis Jackson told reporters Monday when asked about Mathis' passing ability. "I know this offseason we took it extra serious about getting the extra throws in, getting that chemistry right. "This offseason, all the quarterbacks threw well, but D'Wan's speed and stuff is very special for him to be able to have an arm and the speed as well. He will be a weapon." - Northwest Arkansas Times


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  09/22/20 - QB DWan MathisrFr/2024, Temple, 6-5, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Mathis' path to potential starter for the Bulldogs is rather remarkable. Last spring, headaches and sinus pain nagged the quarterback. Following checkups and X-rays, doctors found a brain cyst that required Mathis to undergo emergency surgery. Pittman said he does not particularly want to face Mathis because he brings valuable traits to the Bulldogs' offense. At the same time, he would be excited for Mathis if he does play. "We know what kind of arm he has," Pittman said. "But he would be maybe a little bit more of a dual threat because he certainly can run. He can actually fly. He's come a long way. "I'm certainly thrilled that he has been cleared and is ready to get his football career back on course. He's a wonderful kid." - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  09/17/20 - QB DWan MathisrFr/2024, Temple, 6-5, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Kirby Smart will begin his fifth Georgia season with only the fourth different starting quarterback during his time as head coach. Whether it's D'Wan Mathis or J.T. Daniels that gets the nod, Smart wasn't ready to say Tuesday evening. The choice is down to Mathis, the dual-threat redshirt freshman who has appeared to surge, and Daniels, the former five-star Southern Cal transfer, after Wake Forest graduate transfer Jamie Newman opted out two weeks ago. "As far as we can tell, it will probably be a gametime decision," Smart said. Georgia opens the season Sept. 26 at Arkansas. "We talk about it a lot with our players to make sure they understand where we are," he said. Hundreds of Magill Society donors and former lettermen were on hand in an otherwise closed third preseason scrimmage Saturday where Mathis got most of the first team snaps. Daniels was limited to situational work, which led observers to conclude that Mathis may be ahead. "They certainly have a right to," Smart said. "It doesn't concern me. It was part of the rotation as far as each day. It just so happened they were there that day." - Athens Daily Banner

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