Gamble enters transfer portal

UF tight end Kemore Gamble announced on Wednesday that he will enter the transfer portal and play his final year of eligibility elsewhere.

Gamble finishes his Gators career with 48 receptions for 632 yards and seven touchdowns.

After redshirting in 2017, he played in 49 games over the last four years. His entered the 2021 season with just 17 career catches and three touchdowns, but he enjoyed a breakout season in 2021.

He caught 31 passes (third on the team) for 414 yards (third) and four scores (tied for first) in what turned out to be his final season at Florida.

With Gamble gone, the Gators will have five tight ends on their 2022 roster as things stand now: Keon Zipperer, Gage Wilcox, Nick Elksnis, Jonathan Odom and Tony Livingston.

Ethan Hughes
Ethan was born in Gainesville and has lived in the Starke, Florida, area his entire life. He played basketball for five years and knew he wanted to be a sportswriter when he was in middle school. He’s attended countless Gators athletic events since his early childhood, with baseball being his favorite sport to attend. He’s a proud 2019 graduate of the University of Florida and a 2017 graduate of Santa Fe College. He interned with the University Athletic Association’s communications department for 1 ½ years as a student and also wrote for for two years before joining Gator Country in 2021. He is a long-suffering fan of the Jacksonville Jaguars. You can follow him on Twitter @ethanhughes97.