College Football Rumors: Star Florida WR Can't Play Football Again, No. 1 TE Says He'll Sign With Vols & More

The college football coaching carousel is pretty much over following Oregon's hiring of Mario Cristobal as head coach, but there are plenty of more rumors and storylines to sort through especially in the world of recruiting. Here are all the latest college football news & rumors you need to know:

Star Florida WR can't play football again
Florida Gators wide receiver James Robinson, a four-star player in the 2017 recruiting class, did not play after the first week of the season with heart issues, and the school announced that that issue will end his football career.

"After a thorough evaluation by doctors from across the country and our medical staff, it has been determined that James Robinson will not be medically cleared to play football at the University of Florida," the statement read. "The University Athletic Association has offered their support of James and his family during this very difficult time."

Robinson tweeted the following about the news:

The 6-foot-4, 205-pounder did not play a snap for the Gators.

Top JUCO TE will sign with Tennessee...if he gets enough followers
Dominick Wood-Anderson, the top-rated JUCO tight end, announced in a since-deleted tweet that he would sign with the Tennessee Volunteers if he reached 20,000 followers on Twitter.

"#VolNation Get Me To 20k Followers And I Will Be Signing To The University Of Tennessee On Dec 20th #GBO ????" the tweet read.

New Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt offered Wood-Anderson a scholarship on Friday. He is on an official visit to Texas A&M this weekend.

At the time of the tweet, Wood-Anderson had roughly 3,200 followers. He is now up to roughly 24,400 followers, so we'll see if he delivers on his promise.

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3-star S decommits from UCLA
Three-star safety Dayven Coleman (Mesquite, TX) has informed the UCLA coaching staff that he is decommitting from the Bruins.

"I just got of the phone with (UCLA DBs coach Demetrice Martin) from UCLA and I told him I was decommitting," Coleman said, via "I’m no longer interested in UCLA. It has nothing to do with UCLA. I think they are a great school and a great program, I just don’t see myself playing there for the next four years this is a 40-year decision not a four-year (decision)."

Coleman is being heavily pursued by both Illinois and Kansas State. He is ranked as the No. 55 safety and No. 733 overall prospect in the country, according to the 247sports Composite.

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