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Starting Gator safety Cody Riggs (May grad) leaves team - has 1-yr elgibilty


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"Cody Riggs spent the past four years at the University of Florida but rather than stick around for a fifth year he has has decided to finish his collegiate career at another school. Riggs and his family met with Will Muschamp a week ago to inform the head coach of the decision that had been made collectively.

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Riggs will graduate this May, which makes him eligible to attend any Division I school of his choosing and be eligible to play right away.

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Riggs started every game at safety for the Gators last season and was a reliable player.

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Riggs is the eighth player that has transferred since the end of Florida’s 4-8 season."

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a lot of guys moved on.....8?




Riggs was a member of Urban Meyer’s famed 2010 recruiting class.

It was a class that was once lauded as the “best recruiting class ever assembled”

but quickly fell apart with transfers. Riggs watched fellow class of 2010

members Dominique Easley, Solomon Patton, Jaylen Watkins and

Ronald Powell leave the program this season.

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Does Texas have a realistic chance of nabbing this guy? Here are the two things that I feel are most important to consider when it comes to Briggs:


1.) Texas didn't recruit him before. Thus, that might eliminate any interest he has in us. However, we do have a whole new Coaching Staff.


2.) Vance Bedford, our current Defensive Coordinator, was the man who recruited Briggs to Florida.

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