Four-star quarterback Emory Jones is headed to Florida
During Dan Mullen's first National Signing Day as Florida's head coach, he managed to pick up a dual-threat quarterback the Gators are in dire need of.
Four-star quarterback Emory Jones announced this morning that he's headed to Florida, after being committed to Ohio State since September.
The 247 Sports Composite Rankings have Jones listed as the country's No. 4 dual-threat quarterback in the 2018 class, and he's listed as the No. 40 overall prospect.
This is huge for the Gators who had no quarterback commitments in the 2018 class. They recently had Matt Corral on board, but he flipped his commitment to Ole Miss after Mullen started meeting with additional quarterbacks. Corral is a pro-style quarterback, and Jones has the potential to be a much better fit for Mullen who thrives on offenses with dual-threat quarterbacks.
Florida has signed a handful of additional players: