Defensive lineman Adam Shuler, a graduate transfer from West Virginia, is not enrolled in classes at Florida yet and his status is uncertain for the upcoming season.
Shuler, who started 10 games at defensive end for West Virginia as a redshirt junior last season, announced on Twitter on June 11 that he is transferring to UF.
But he is not on the updated preseason roster that was released by the school earlier this week that includes the true freshmen and preferred walk-ons who enrolled in the Summer B semester that started Monday.
According to the school, those new players listed on the updated roster are enrolled and have filled out all their necessary paperwork.
If Shuler eventually does enroll, he would be immediately eligible and 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 two seasons with the Mountaineers, he recorded 71 tackles, 10 tackles for loss and four sacks.