Florida redshirt freshman WR Ja'Juan Story has decided to transfer.
"Ja'Juan came to me Thursday afternoon and indicated that he wanted to transfer," Florida coach Will Muschamp told the Florida Times-Union. "He just felt like this wasn't a good fit for him and he needed a fresh start. Ja'Juan is a good student and was a good teammate and we wish him the best of luck."
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound Story wasn't likely to figure too heavily into the Gators' WR rotation in 2012, but his loss is another setback for a WR group that has struggled recently. No individual Gator WR had more than 500 yards in 2011, and WRs coach Aubrey Hill resigned last week in the wake of allegations of involvement in the recent Miami recruiting scandal.
Story becomes the fifth player to leave from Muschamp's first signing class at Florida. Story, TE A.C. Leonard, RB Mike Blakely, WR Javares McRoy and LB Graham Stewart, all rated as four-star prospects by Rivals.com, have now all transferred.
Story is also the 14th player to leave the program since Muschamp took over, according to Jason Lieser of the Palm Beach Post.
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