clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Chomping at Bits: Is Florida's Treon Harris switching positions?

New, 221 comments

Treon Harris became a topic of discussion again late Thursday.

Rob Foldy/Getty Images

Chomping at Bits comes stocked with the best Florida Gators links and news we can find, and some other stuff. Got a link you think we should check out? Email us at AlligatorArmy@gmail.com, subject line CAB, or find us on Twitter at @AlligatorArmy or on Facebook at Facebook.com/AlligatorArmy.

Picture sparks Treon Harris speculation: Late Thursday afternoon, Florida quarterback Austin Appleby tweeted a picture of what he called "the QB crew."

From left to right, it includes Feleipe Franks, Kyle Trask, Luke Del Rio, Appleby, and Harry "Quint" Gornto V, holding the camera. It does not, obviously, include Treon Harris, the only quarterback on Florida's roster to start a game for the Gators. This sparked questions, and when someone asked Gator Country's Andrew Spivey about it, he dropped a nugget on Twitter:

Because #FloridaTwitter is a breeding ground for people who pass on whatever without any sort of journalistic scruples, that tweet got amplified but never confirmed. I reached out to a source last night to check on whether Harris had, in fact, moved to receiver, and was told not to read too much into the picture.

Gridiron Now's Mike Huguenin has since reported Friday morning that Harris will move to wide receiver.

While I firmly believe Harris won't be a quarterback at Florida come the fall — and perhaps even spring practice — I have also thought that Florida will let him make that decision on his own time. And I also don't think the way the news of a Harris position change will break will be a picture on Twitter from a grad transfer quarterback.

But I could be wrong!

Why Tyrie Cleveland chose Florida: Just a fantastic read. It came down to childhood dreams and honesty from coaches, it would seem. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

Florida women's hoops upsets Texas A&M: More on this later this morning. (Ethan Bauer, The Independent Florida Alligator)

Antonio Nelson not signing with Florida, heading to JUCO: Not sure how I feel about this. (Ethan Bernal, Montgomery Advertiser)

The 100 jokes that shaped modern comedy: Or: Why CAB is late this morning. (Vulture)

Willie Wood, 50 years later: (Bill Pennington, The New York Times)

Your Gators moment of zen: Um, ew.

The comments are yours.