The quarterback flipped from Florida to Ole Miss. 

By Charlotte Carroll
December 14, 2017

Quarterback Matt Corral, who is rated a five-star prospect by Scout.com and Rivals.com, flipped from Florida to Ole Miss on Thursday.

He announced the switch on Twitter. 

Corral originally picked Florida over Alabama, Georgia and USC. He was originally committed to the Trojans and is a native of Long Beach, Calif. 

But Florida and its head coach Jim McElwain agreed to part ways at the end of October after three straight losses. 

He also announced Florida commitment on Twitter.

Ole Miss went 6–6 this season under interim head coach Matt Luke. Luke was named the school's permanent coach a few weeks ago. Former head coach Hugh Freeze resigned in July.

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