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Former Penn State wide receiver Justin Shorter announced Sunday he is transferring to Florida.
- Ex-Penn State WR Shorter headed to Florida
- Former Florida QB Franks transfers to Arkansas
- LSU finishes No. 1 in AP Top 25 for third time
- Gators fill need at RB, add Miami transfer Lingard
Some college football prospects, including Alabama's next QB, massively increased their stocks ahead of February's national signing day.
Former Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks, injured last year during the Gators' resurgent season, will stay in the SEC, transferring to new-look Arkansas, joining new coach Sam Pittman.
These are the players, led by No. 1 Clemson's WR Joe Ngata, who are expected to make big leaps next season.
Most ESPN 300 prospects signed their letters of intent on December's signing day. But college football's recruiting landscape has changed since.
LSU finished No. 1 in the AP Top 25 for the third time in school history, with Clemson No. 2 and Ohio State No. 3. Georgia was fourth and Oregon was fifth. Florida was sixth and Oklahoma, which made the playoff, was seventh. Alabama finished eighth.
It's never too early to take a look at the top 25 for next season, right? Right. Here's our first take on next season after LSU wrapped up its national title.
A 150-member blue-ribbon panel ranks the 150 greatest players in the sport's entire history and the running backs are the clear stars.
The Gators, who lose leading rusher Lamical Perine, filled a major need at running back by adding transfer Lorenzo Lingard, who never saw much action with the Hurricanes after he was considered one of the top recruits in 2018.
Lamical Perine scored on a 61-yard run in the opening minute and didn't stop after that, totaling 181 yards rushing and receiving with three touchdowns Monday to help No. 6 Florida beat Virginia 36-28 in the Orange Bowl.
Several top high school football prospects are expected to announce their college decisions at Thursday's Under Armour All-America Game.
Here's how to watch the 2019 Orange Bowl, which will feature the Florida Gators vs. the Virginia Cavaliers.