Florida is picking up some instant depth on its defensive line with the addition of a graduate transfer.
Adam Shuler, who started 10 games at defensive end for West Virginia as a redshirt junior last season, announced on Twitter on Monday that he is transferring to UF.
He posted the following Tweet: “I will be going to …. The University of Florida!!! Don’t ask no questions. #ShulerGang back home #88.”
He is immediately eligible at UF and will have two years of eligibility.
The 6-foot-4, 270-pound Shuler is from Longwood and was a three-star prospect coming out of Lyman High School in 2015.
In 24 games with the Mountaineers, Shuler had 67 tackles, nine tackles for loss, four sacks and a fumble recovery.