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Former Florida Gators starting quarterback Feleipe Franks has announced via Instagram that he will enroll at the University of Arkansas.

Franks was a 4-star prospect in the 2016 recruiting cycle and started under center for three years before an injury in the fourth game of his redshirt junior season.

The Gators were successful after the injury as Kyle Trask proved to be more than capable as the team’s starter.

Dan Mullen also made a point of giving significant snaps to redshirt freshman Emory Jones.

Franks announced in December his decision to leave Florida, just a week after Trask announced his intention to return to the school.

The Crawfordville, FL native’s final stats at UF were: 367-622, 59%, 4,593 yards, 38 touchdowns, 17 interceptions. He was also named the MVP of the 2019 Peach Bowl.