Florida quarterback Kyle Trask made his future arrangements official Thursday, officially reporting he’s declining an occasion to re-visitation of school and entering the NFL draft.
Nobody figured Trask would stay following a record-breaking season that included being named a Heisman Prize finalist. Indeed, even mentor Dan Mullen made it clear he was pushing ahead with Emory Jones and Anthony Richardson at the position.
Regardless, Trask made his declaration in a 2 moment, 19 second video delivered via web-based media.
“This choice, I rambled with my mentors about it, I chatted with my family, my companions and simply my care group,” Trask said. “I feel it’s ideal to pursue my fantasies about playing in the NFL. I’ve fantasized playing in the NFL since the time I was a child. Just to have this occasion to play at the following level, it’s insane and I’m simply going to attempt to proceed to capitalize on it.”
Trask finished 68.9% of his passes for 4,283 yards and 43 scores this season. He drove the country in passing yards and TD passes. He additionally ran for three scores. He broke the past school record (39) for TD passes (39) set by 1996 Heisman Prize champ Danny Wuerffel.
Protective tackle Kyree Campbell additionally reported designs to turn professional. Campbell was one of three guarded starters to quit the Cotton Bowl on Wednesday night.
Trask and Campbell are the two seniors who might have played one more year under an uncommon NCAA rule set up due to the Covid pandemic.
Individual cautious tackle Zachary Carter, then, reported designs to re-visitation of school for his senior season. Carter drove the Gators with five sacks in 2020.