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Donovan said he could not speak specifically about the 6-foot-10 Walker due to NCAA rules. His letter of intent is now null and void because he was not in school in the first day of UF classes on Wednesday.
“All I can say is that he’s not enrolled,” Donovan said before a Capital Area Gator Club gathering on Thursday. “What allows me to talk and communicate about these guys is when they are signed.”
[Targeting a January enrollment] actually gives him more options, since in addition to continuing to take postgraduate courses, he could also register for one of the three SATs or three ACTs offered during the fall. Assuming that Walker’s issue is just a GPA/test score sliding-scale shortfall, this could theoretically go on indefinitely, as long as he does not enroll in a collegiate institution.