O’Cyrus Torrence, a veteran offensive lineman for the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns, has announced his commitment to play in the SEC.

Torrence was a three-year starter on the offensive line and a two-time All-Sun Belt performer on Monday committed to play at Florida. Torrence entered the transfer portal about 2 weeks ago, and it was widely expected that he would follow Billy Napier from Louisiana to Florida.

Torrence is a 6-foot-5 and 335-pounder who played in 11 games this past season for Louisiana. He adjusted to playing tackle this season after he previously played guard. Torrence has also received some NFL Draft buzz even though he has 2 years of eligibility remaining if he chooses to use them.

The Ragin Cajuns helped the rushing offense rank 21st in the nation with 213 yards per game as the unit was named a Joe Moore Award Semifinalist for their outstanding play.

Torrence’s addition came after other transfer portal additions for Florida, including offensive tackle Kamryn Waites of the Ragin’ Cajuns and running back Montrell Johnson as well as former Georgia cornerback Jalen Kimber.

Torrence was inserted into a starting spot at guard in the second game of his true freshman season in 2019 and started 13 of the 14 games the Ragin’ Cajuns played that year. He became the first true freshman to start a game for ULL on the offensive line since Jesse Newman started against ULM on Nov. 20, 2004, per Gators247.