Florida sophomore receiver DaQuon Green plans to transfer, he announced on Twitter late Saturday.
“Thankful for all the time I spent with my Brothers and coaching staff that taught me so much knowledge that I know now. I Thank You!!! #GatorNation Forever,” he wrote. And another Tweet, “Trails and Tribulations, on to the Next Chapter.”
Green, 6-foot-1, 192-pounder out of Tampa Bay Tech, played in two games last year and in three this season, recording one catch for three yards.
That announcement followed the one made by 6-foot-5, 330-pound junior offensive tackle Jawaan Taylor, who announced on Twitter that he is forgoing his final year of college eligibility and entering the NFL draft. Taylor also signed with agent Drew Rosenhaus.
Taylor was a three-year starter at Florida, part of an offensive line that played better as the 2018 season progressed. The Gators (10-3) allowed 18 sacks, including a season-high three against the Wolverines.
Taylor is the second Florida player to decide to turn pro. Defensive back Chauncey Gardner-Johnson declared for the draft in late November but still played in the Peach Bowl and was named the game’s defensive MVP.
Defensive end Jachai Polite, linebacker Vosean Joseph and running back Jordan Scarlett are others considering leaving school early for the NFL.