© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
You might have heard of running back Adarius Lemons.

He's the former Florida player that announced that he was transferring out of the program less than an hour after the Gators 27-16 loss to Kentucky last Saturday night.

Head coach Dan Mullen confirmed Monday that Lemons was no longer a part of the team but it sounds like the former 3-star prospect out of Clearwater, Florida will be sticking around the SEC, according to his tweet.


Before committing to Florida as part of the class of 2017, held offers from Auburn, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, Mizzou, South Carolina, Tennessee, and others.
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Kentucky bound?
Reply2 months
km
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Who cares ?
Reply2 months
Missou - who else.
Reply2 months
The truth is he's acted like a complete jackass in the locker room after the game Saturday night. So much so that he got himself kicked off the team. Good riddance. The team will not improve until all the malcontents are gone. And there are a few left.
Reply2 months
He's coming to the bluegrass to join a winner!
Reply2 months
So, which of you SEC teams is in the market for our 5th string running back?
Reply2 months
LSU’s not gonna take that bitch quitter. That guy is soft mentally and will never be successful.
Reply2 months
But you took Burrow...and Mett, both of whom transferred from other schools.
2 months
Bamasgot13sisterwives
2 months
Pruitt pulling those dirty tactics
Reply2 months
I hope he sticks it to Mullen and heads to Starkvegas.
Reply2 months
From what i have seen, he couldn't carry the water during timeouts for State. You are loaded at RB.
2 months
Auburns backfield is FULL.
Reply2 months
If he left to join Kentucky after they beat him I'd laugh my arse off.
Reply2 months
No one would ever do that. Signed, Trey Matthews
2 months
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