Florida football picks up three JC transfers

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE

The Gators added two massive offensive linemen to the roster, as well as a defensive lineman.

The Florida Gators football team has made three huge additions to the roster via junior college transfers. Two of the transfers will play offensive line for the Gators, with another playing on the opposite side of the trench.

The Gators picked up a former Nebraska Corhusker Tyler Moore who is listed at 6'5 and weighing in at 312 pounds. He spent last season at St. Petersburg Community College after starting as a freshman at Nebraska. But Moore is dwarfed by the Gators' other signee along the offensive line, Trenton Brown. The transfer from Georgia Military College is listed at 6'8 and 363 pounds.

Florida head coach Will Muschamp made quite an understatement about Brown.

He is a massive human being. He’s got really good feet, really good change of direction.

Meanwhile, the Gators added defensive lineman Darious Cummings to the roster after he spent a season at East Mississippi Community College. It's a big coup for the Gators though, because Cummings spent two seasons at Florida State prior to transferring to a community college.

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