Max Garcia Transfer: Former Maryland Lineman Chooses Florida, According To Report

April 7, 2012; Gainesville FL, USA; Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp (in back) watches as tackle Xavier Nixon (73) gets ready to block during the first half of the Florida-Spring Game at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE

Former Maryland Terrapins offensive lineman Max Garcia will transfer to Florida, according to Rivals.com.

The mass exodus of players from Randy Edsall's Maryland Terrapins football program has been a boon for other schools this spring. The most notable player to move on was quarterback Danny O'Brien, who left Maryland for Wisconsin, and now a teammate in charge of keeping O'Brien's jersey clean has chosen a new school. According to Keith Niebuhr of Rivals.com, former Terrapins offensive lineman Max Garcia will transfer to Florida,

In addition to the Gators, the 6-foot-4, 310-pounder had narrowed his list to the Georgia Bulldogs, Ole Miss Rebels, Southern Cal Trojans and Wisconsin Badgers. It was rumored Georgia was the early front-runner for Garcia, as the lineman is from the Peach State.

For more on Gators football, visit Florida blog Alligator Army, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills and SB Nation Tampa Bay. For all your college football news and notes be sure to visit SB Nation's NCAA football hub.

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