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Two Schools To Receive Visits From Florida Grad Transfer Cam Dillard

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Two schools are currently standing out for Cam Dillard, the now-former Florida Gators lineman planning on transferring.

Former Florida starter Cam Dillard is looking for a new home. Dillard started at center in 2016 before going down with an injury. He started 11 games and played in 13 total in 2015, was used in a reserve role in 2014, and redshirted in 2013, his first season with the Gators.

Dillard is set to graduate in May and will then transfer for his final year of college football.

Two schools he’s reportedly interested in are Arizona and North Carolina, both of which are making their pitches to the 6-foot-4, 313 pound lineman. The Sun Devils are set to host him this weekend, while he’ll visit the Tar Heels the following, according to Ryan Bartow of 247Sports.

Coming out of high school in Canton, Michigan, Dillard was rated a three-star prospect. He chose the Gators over the likes of Clemson, Florida State, Oregon and Virginia Tech.

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