Swamp247 reported that Arizona State defensive lineman Jermayne Lole, who entered the NCAA transfer portal before the May 1 cut-off date, set an official visit to see Florida on May 20 last Friday. If a player entered the portal after that date, they would have to apply for a waiver to be immediately eligible.
Lole has also set official visits to see Louisville for the weekend of May 13, Texas Tech for the weekend of May 27, and Oregon for the weekend of June 3. They reported that USC is also trying to Lole on campus but a date hasn’t been set yet.
It’s also not out of the possibility that he elects to return to the Sun Devils. One of the main reasons driving Lole’s decision to enter the portal is because he wants to explore his name, image and likeness value. A third-party Arizona State collective that hasn’t officially launched yet is trying to convince Lole to stay.
In three seasons with the Sun Devils, he recorded 122 tackles, 20 of which were for a loss and 11 sacks. Lole didn’t play last season due to a triceps injury.
The Gators and head coach Billy Napier quickly pivoted to Lole after former Maryland defensive lineman Darrell Jackson transferred to Miami over them. Florida is still looking for defensive line help to pair with defensive tackle Gervon Dexter.
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