"The quarterback situation is great," he said of his new team. "Malik Zaire will be there for a year and I'll have a shot after that. It'll be a competition and the best player will play. I'll have a shot to see the field and that's all I can ask."
At the moment, Corral would be on course to battle Feleipe Franks and Kyle Trask, a couple of young pivots, for the starting job in 2018. Both will have been in Florida head coach Jim McElwain's system for multiple seasons by the time Corral arrives.
Corral, a native of Long Beach, Calif., backed out of his USC pledge on June 17 and immediately eyed Florida and Georgia as potential destinations.
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