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Gators need flip to take two QBs

For Florida to sign two quarterbacks in the 2016 class, the Gators will likely need a flip. Four-star QB Dillon Sterling-Cole, a top target for UF in recent months, pledged Tuesday to Arizona State. With him off the board, the Gators don’t appear to have an uncommitted prospect they can pursue at the position. UF offered and landed Kyle Trask over the weekend, and he informed the Sun that Florida wants another QB for 2016. The Gators are expected to… Read More »

Florida finds QB for 2016

Friday Night Lights continued producing for Florida on Sunday. The Gators landed their fifth recruit from Friday’s showcase with the verbal commitment of quarterback Kyle Trask of Manvel, Texas. “I felt like it was a place I could call home for four years,” said Trask, who was offered by UF on Saturday. Rivals and 247Sports rate Trask a two-star prospect, but it’s likely not a reflection of his ability. For the past two seasons he’s been the No. 2 QB… Read More »

Moon becomes commit No. 4 from FNL

Jeremiah Moon entered Friday’s visit to Florida as one of the recruits on commitment watch. The Hoover, Alabama, linebacker was last prospect to leave UF after Friday Night Lights, but told the Sun he didn’t make his pledge. After staying overnight in Gainesville, Moon returned to campus Saturday and pulled the trigger, giving the Gators four commits from FNL. Florida landed offensive lineman Brett Heggie, defensive back Quincy Lenton and 2017 wide receiver Daquon Green on Friday. “I want to… Read More »

VIDEO: UF lands two commits at FNL

Commitments started coming in for Florida before Friday Night Lights even began. Defensive back Quincy Lenton and 2017 wide receiver Daquon Green both made pledges to the Gators during their visits to Gainesville. Lenton discusses his decision, first reported by the Sun, in the video below.

The Opening testing results

The Opening held its SPARQ training combine Wednesday for the campers. Florida wide receiver target Tyrie Cleveland was the top qualifier in the prelims with a 40-yard dash time of 4.32 seconds and made it to the championship round, where he ran a 4.36. Houston Westfield WR Tyrie Cleveland is the top qualifier at #TheOpening prelims with a 147.96 incl. 4.32 40 pic.twitter.com/kxqFT7IGVC — Brian Stumpf⚡️ (@Stumpf_Brian) July 8, 2015 Below are the combine results of Gators cornerback commit Chauncey… Read More »