Former Florida starting quarterback Treon Harris revealed his intent to transfer on Monday.
Two days later, the market for the services of the former Gators starting QB appears to be quite large.
According to a report from 247Sports writer Ryan Bartow, the list of schools interested in Harris has reached double-digits.
Bartow reports that FBS programs Southern Miss, Texas State and Georgia State have spoken with the Harris family. FCS programs Florida A&M, Howard and Hampton also have reportedly made contact.
Bartow lists many other FBS schools, including Minnesota, Kansas, SMU, Eastern Michigan and East Carolina also have interest in Harris.
The former Gators QB must receive his official release from the program before these school may contact him.
If he chooses a FBS program, he likely will have to sit out the 2016 season per NCAA transfer rules. He likely would be eligible to play immediately if he chose to join a FCS program.
The former 4-star prospect 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.