Jordan Cronkrite, a former Army All-American from Miami, will transfer from the Florida Gators.
247Sports’ Ryan Bartow broke the news this morning that Cronkrite has received his release from the Gators after two seasons in Gainesville.
Running back Jordan Cronkrite will transfer from Florida, as first reported by 247Sports.
Cronkrite received his official release from Florida Tuesday.
In two seasons, Cronkrite carried the rock 75 times for the Gators, picking up 302 yards and four touchdowns. He is also a receiving threat out of the backfield, catching 26 passes for 209 yards and two touchdowns in two seasons under Jim McElwain.
As a star at Westminster Christian High School, Cronkrite was a four-star recruit, and the No. 34 player in the state of Florida in the 2015 recruiting class.
During his recruitment, he took official visits to Louisville, Notre Dame, and West Virginia. He also held offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Clemson, Florida State, Nebraska, Miami, Ohio State, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, and many others.
We’re sure there will be a decent market for a player with Cronkrite’s talent as a transfer. He has not redshirted, so he has two years of eligibility remaining, after he sits out the 2017 season.