Florida athlete recruit Kadarius Toney has enrolled for the spring semester at the school, the program announced in a tweet Wednesday afternoon.
The announcement was made via the same cool new graphic that was used to announce fellow recruit Kyree Campbell’s enrollment earlier today.
Toney is Florida’s second confirmed enrollee in a recruiting class that could have a handful of early enrollees. Classes began for the University of Florida’s Spring 2017 term on Wednesday; registration for those classes runs through January 10, meaning that early enrollees can enroll until that Tuesday.
Toney committed to Florida in May, and we described him as follows:
Toney hails from Mobile, Alabama, a state that the Gators have made inroads into under Jim McElwain, nabbing three players out of the Yellowhammer State in their 2016 recruiting class. He's a three-star prospect per the 247Sports Composite, and doesn't quite fit Florida's plans as a quarterback, the position he's starred at in his school, so he's likely to wear the "athlete" tag that leaves him position-free until he enrolls at a school.
The three-star athlete from Alabama was the fifth recruit to join the Gators’ 2017 recruiting class, and the first one to do so from outside the state of Florida. Toney finished his senior season with 2,894 yards and 32 touchdowns through the air. He also ran for 894 yards and 15 touchdowns.