When a borderline star like Treon Harris moves from quarterback to wide receiver, a lot of people get surprised. What these people fail to take into account is that this is partly what college football is for. College football is about solidifying the fundamentals and getting ready for the NFL. Only a tiny fraction of football stars at the NCAA level will ever see significant playing time in the pros, and oftentimes it is because of undeveloped skills. This reasoning is why Florida’s move should not be a surprise to anyone.
There’s also the team factors that need to be considered. Harris spent a lot of time at QB over the last two seasons, but Florida head coach Jim McElwain has commented that it is going to be more advantageous to the team to move him to WR. Florida has struggled lately, and they need to make moves that will help them to win games. If this is that move, then it’s a good one….