The Gators have added depth to their defensive line with the announced commitment of Adam Shuler on Monday.
Shuler made the announcement via Twitter, but told the coaches of his decision during a visit to UF last weekend. Shuler was also on campus for the Orange and Blue game in April.
I will be going to ….The University of Florida!!! 🐊 Don’t ask no questions 👌🏾😎 #ShulerGang back home #88
— Adam Shuler (@Adam_goeshard) June 11, 2018
Shuler played defensive end with West Virginia for the past two seasons after redshirting his first year in Morgantown. He announced his intention to transfer in February.
Shuler recorded 37 tackles and 3 sacks last season while starting ten games and playing in twelve for the Mountaineers.
Shuler was a three-star prospect in the 2015 recruiting cycle and hails from Longwood, FL.
As a graduate-transfer, Shuler will be eligible to play for Florida in 2018 and has two years or eligibility remaining.