TAMPA — USF on Wednesday confirmed the transfer of Texas freshman linebacker Cecil Cherry, who becomes the fifth player in less than a year to transfer from a Power Five school to USF.A sixth, former Pasco High tight end Bowman Archibald (Wake Forest), announced in July that he's transferring, but his arrival still hasn't been announced by the Bulls.Cherry, who is from Frostproof and was a 2015 four-star recruit by Rivals as a senior at Lakeland Victory Christian, will enroll this week and have four years' eligibility remaining after sitting out this season, according to USF. He can begin practicing once his enrollment is finalized."Nearly all of the transfers we've asked to join our program are guys we knew very well," Taggart said in a news release. "We built very strong relationships with them and their families during their high school recruiting process and are confident how they will benefit our program going forward."USF also announced a home-and-home series with Florida Atlantic, starting with a game in Boca Raton on Sept. 26, 2020. The game in Tampa is set for Sept. 17, 2022. Gators on QB's radar? Florida is a potential landing spot for former USC quarterback Ricky Town, who reportedly is expected to decide on a new home in less than a week.Town, a true freshman and a four-star recruit, reportedly has narrowed his choices to the Gators and Arkansas. He had already flipped from Alabama to the Trojans after offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier left the Crimson Tide for Michigan in 2014. Nussmeier, who was Town's primary recruiter with Alabama and built a strong bond with him, was hired in January as UF's offensive coordinator."I talk to Coach Nuss regularly," Town told Rivals while he was in high school. "I usually talk to him once a week after the games. We talk about the games and school. My relationship is pretty good with him. I enjoy him as a person. He is a great person and great coach. We just keep building that relationship."The 6-foot-3, 200-pound California product was rated by Rivals as the No. 5 pro-style quarterback in the country coming out of high school in 2015, but he lasted only a handful of months with the Trojans.HEISMAN ODDS: Ohio State junior running back Ezekiel Elliott and TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin are co-favorites to win the trophy based on the latest odds released by bovada.lv. Both are listed at 5-1 to claim the award. ILLINOIS: Freshman running back Reggie Corbin will miss the season after dislocating a shoulder in practice. Corbin was competing for playing time behind starter Josh Ferguson. LOUISVILLE: Quarterback Tyler Ferguson has decided to transfer and was granted a full release. He had transferred to the Cardinals from Penn State in January 2014. LSU: Senior safety Jalen Mills suffered a potentially severe ankle injury during practice. Mills has a fractured fibula that could keep him out for 4-6 weeks, the Times-Picayune reported, though the school didn't confirm the injury. NEBRASKA: Receiver and return specialist De'Mornay Pierson-El, second nationally in punt return average last season, will be sidelined 6-8 weeks after injuring a foot in practice. NORTH CAROLINA: Inside linebacker Tyrell Tomlin, who played in 10 games as a true freshman, was ruled academically ineligible for the season. WASHINGTON STATE : Receiver Kyrin Priester, dismissed by Clemson one game into the 2014 season, won his appeal for immediate eligibility and will play for the Cougars in the fall. BASKETBALL: Five-star recruit Sacha Killeya-Jones, a 6-11 power forward, announced that he'll enroll at Kentucky more than a month after decommitting from Virginia. … Arkansas forward Jacorey Williams will not return to the program after his arrest last month on a charge of using counterfeit money. Information from Times wires was used in this report. Contact Joey Knight at jknight@ tampabay.com. Follow @TBTimes_ Bulls.