Florida added two more signees to its 2012 recruiting class and remain the front-runner to land five-star wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who will be making his announcement on Feb. 10.

But three-star WR Raphael Andrades committed to UF on Tuesday night and five-star defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. entered National Signing Day as an FSU verbal, meaning the Gators struck out on the eight uncommitted prospects they were in contention for.

WR Nelson Agholor (USC)
OT Avery Young (Auburn)
OG Jake Meador (Wisconsin)
DT Vincent Valentine (Nebraska)
DE Leonard Williams (USC)
LB Josh Harvey-Clemons (Georgia)
LB Schyler Miles (Kansas)
CB Tracy Howard (Miami)

As disappointing as the day was UF coach Will Muschamp, he still finished with the No. 3 class on Rivals, the No. 4 class on ESPN and the No. 5 class on Scout. The addition of Diggs would move Florida up at least one spot in those rankings.

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