A Florida defensive lineman has decided to enter the NCAA transfer portal after 2 seasons with the Gators. Lamar Goods, a former 4-star prospect in the class of 2020, made the announcement on social media.

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Entering the transfer portal does not bind a player to transfer, but Goods’ post appears to be a farewell note. He shared the following on Instagram:

I wanna start by thanking everyone at the University of Florida and that I appreciate and care for all that you have done for me. But after long and hard talks with my family I have decided to enter my name in the transfer portal. I am excited to see where this next chapter in my life takes my academic and football career but will always be proud that I was a Gator thank you GATOR NATION.

A native of Fort McMurray in Canada, Goods joined the Gators in 2020 after playing at St. Thomas More high school in Oakdale, Connecticut. Last year, he played in 2 games against Samford and UCF. Goods did not see the field his first year on campus.

Recent comments by head coach Billy Napier indicate Florida plans to look to the transfer portal to boost the 2022 roster. The Gators’ scholarship numbers suggest Napier’s staff also expects numerous players to transfer out.


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