RJ Moten began his college career as a 4-star prospect for Michigan in the 2020 recruiting class. After developing into a starter for Jim Harbaugh’s program, Moten hit the transfer portal following spring practices.

According to Zach Abolverdi with On3 Sports, Moten committed to Billy Napier’s Florida program on Tuesday. The commitment is a sort of homecoming for Moten as his father — Ron Moten — played for the Gators in the 1980s before being drafted by the Philadephia Eagles.

Over the course of his career at Michigan, Moten appeared in 29 career games with 15 starts at safety. He has 66 tackles, 2.5 TFL, 1.5 sacks, 2 interceptions and 4 pass breakups across the 2021-22 season with the Wolverines.

Moten played all 14 games for Michigan’s Big Ten championship team and College Football Playoff appearance against TCU with 10 starts as a safety. He’ll have a shot to be an impact contributor with the Gators in 2023.