Florida Gator and Heisman Finalist QB Kyle Trask to Enter NFL Draft After Record-Setting Season

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set school records for passing yards (4,283) and passing touchdowns (43)

ABOVE VIDEO: Florida Gators quarterback Kyle Trask announced Thursday that he will enter the NFL draft after a record-setting season that led him to become a Heisman Trophy finalist.

(ESPN) – Florida Gators quarterback Kyle Trask announced Thursday that he will enter the NFL draft after a record-setting season that led him to become a Heisman Trophy finalist.

Trask emerged as the Florida starter last year after four seasons waiting for his opportunity, and he took full advantage in 2020 — setting school records for passing yards (4,283) and passing touchdowns (43) in addition to having five 400-yard passing games while leading the Gators to the SEC championship game.

In a video posted on social media, Trask said, “I feel that it’s best to chase my dreams of playing in the NFL.

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