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Florida offensive tackle Kadeem Telfort is one of the many players still involved in the credit card fraud case that resulted in the suspension of several players for the year. However, it would appear that he is not going to stick around with the Gators for much longer.

According to a report from GatorBait.net, the former 4-star recruit will transfer from Florida before the start of the 2018 season.

The 6-foot-7, 300-pound offensive tackle out of Miami was the No. 24 player at his position and No. 34 recruit in the state of Florida for the class of 2017 according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. Telfort joins receiver Antonio Callaway in making a decision about his future before any verdicts come down in relation to their charges.

He had 20 offers to play Division-I football including some from Miami, Louisville, Auburn, Georgia and LSU among others. That’s not to say they may be trying to land him as a transfer this time around though knowing that he’s been hit with so many charges.

[h/t Saturday Down South]

Florida player facing 30 felony charges will reportedly transfer before this season @SECCountryUF/Twitter
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