Florida Gators redshirt sophomore defensive tackle Jay-nard Bostwick has been granted a transfer release from the program. Thomas Goldkamp of 247 Sports reported the development.
Bostwick did not participate in spring practices for reasons that new coach Jim McElwain called “personal issues,” and he registered only three tackles in a backup role last season, playing in five games.
Just what happens next remains to be seen. Bostwick is a former four-star recruit who played his high school ball at Port St. Lucie’s Centennial High School, and he also received offers from Alabama, Michigan, Miami, Oregon and many other schools before committing to the Gators. Given his talent, perhaps one of those programs will give him a call about transferring there.
Campus Sports will update Bostwick’s transfer process as more information becomes available.
Florida opens the season at home against the Sun Belt’s New Mexico State Aggies on September 5.
Feature Photo Credit (above) to 247 Sports