Greg Reid Transferring to Valdosta State, According To Source

Not even one day after being kicked off the Florida St. Seminoles football team, cornerback Greg Reid has reportedly found a new home.

A source tells 680 The Fan's Brandon Leak that Reid will transfer to Valdosta State, a Division II school located in southern Georgia. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Reid, who is from Valdosta, had faced a string of run-ins with the law while at FSU, "violating team rules" a number of times.

His latest run-in came three weeks ago, when he was charged with possession of marijuana by a Georgia state trooper. He was also charged with resisting arrest and perjury in an incident last fall.

One of college football's most gifted all-around players, Reid had 27 tackles and two interceptions last season, while also accruing 563 total punt and kickoff return yards, bringing one punt back for a touchdown.

While the loss of a such a versatile player will hurt Florida State, Reid will reportedly seek a fresh start at Valdosta State this coming season and keep his hopes alive for the 2013 NFL draft.

For more on Seminoles football, visit Florida State blog Tomahawk Nation. For more coverage and commentary around the world of college football, be sure to visit SB Nation's dedicated college football hub.

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