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Freshman cornerback Willie Bailey will transfer after one season with the Florida Gators during which he saw no action on the field. Bailey was to receive a redshirt after not getting on the field during the 2012 season. Despite coming back in 2013 with four full years of eligibility remaining, Bailey decided to look for playing time elsewhere.
A three-star recruit out of Hallandale, FL (Hallandale), Bailey was one of the top 100 players in the state of Florida coming out of high school according to 247Sports. He was considered one of those fly-under-the-radar types and committed to Florida over Miami. He had an uphill battle to crack the depth chart, but he enrolled early and by all accounts had a productive spring. Throughout the 2012 season, Bailey reportedly fell back though. Not seeing a light at the end of the tunnel in terms of cracking the depth chart, he decided it was time to move on. No word yet and where Bailey will resurface.
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