The recruiting world is in a race to the bottom after a Gators star committed to a program that just finished a season without a bowl win.
Brett Moore, a four-star wide receiver from Jackson, Mississippi, committed to Florida State in a video posted to Instagram on Monday.
The 6-foot-2, 202-pound Moore was rated as the No. 7 overall prospect in the country by 247Sports and the No, 4 wide receiver in the state of Mississippi by ESPN.
He also has an offer from Texas A&M, but the Aggies are also in the process of meeting with him, according to sources close to the situation.
Moore will have to meet with the Gator coaching staff and a recruiting coordinator.
He is expected to graduate from Florida State next month.
The commitment will be a big blow to the program.
He has been the leading wide receiver on the Gators offense and was ranked the No 2 overall prospect by 247 Sports.
The Gators have had a rough season and lost to Clemson, Alabama and LSU in the regular season, all in double overtime.
The Gator offense has struggled this season, scoring just 14 points per game and averaging just 9.4 points per contest.
The offense struggled last year as the Gato offense had three players with at least 150 yards receiving.
That led to some calls for the Gating coaches to take a look at the offense, which has produced just 10 touchdowns in 12 games.