You can add yet another quarterback to a positional group subdivision of the ever-growing NCAA transfer database.
First reported by Matt Zenitz of al.com, a Florida official subsequently confirmed that UF quarterback Jalon Jones‘ name is indeed listed in the portal. Jones, who can now be contacted by other schools without first receiving UF’s permission, could always pull his name out of the database, although entering it into the portal is normally the first step in an eventual move to another football program.
Jones was a four-star 2019 signee, rated as the No. 10 dual-threat quarterback in the country on 247Sports.com‘s composite board. An early enrollee, Jones participated in spring practice with the Gators.
“While Jones struggled during spring practice, sources have informed Swamp247 that both parties agreed on the split,” the 247Sports.com affiliate wrote.
The incumbent, Feleipe Franks, is viewed as the frontrunner to retain the job, with redshirt junior Kyle Trask and redshirt freshman Emory Jones looking to make some inroads in unseating Franks when summer camp kicks off in early August.