Former Florida starting QB Treon Harris will transfer, according to SEC Country’s Zach Abolverdi.
The decision comes less than a week after Florida coach Jim McElwain confirmed that Harris would be playing wide receiver for the Gators.
Harris appeared in 12 games at quarterback during his sophomore season in 2015. He threw for 1,676 yards and nine touchdowns, but completed just 119-of-235 pass attempts.
The former four-star prospect’s signature moment as a Gator likely will be guiding Florida’s comeback win against Tennessee in Neyland Stadium in 2014.
Harris’ new destination is not immediately known. He would be eligible to play immediately at the FCS level, but likely would have to sit out the 2016 season if he decides to transfer to a FBS school.