January 24th, 2013 11:52pm

Zach’s Mail Stack 1/24

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The Mail Stack comes to you a little late this week due to the news of James Hearns.

Academic concerns caused Florida to drop the Tallahassee Lincoln linebacker on Thursday evening. This comes as no surprise to those who have heard the rumors surrounding him this month and read my story from Monday.

Although UF didn’t want to let Hearns go, the addition of Alex Anzalone earlier this month makes this a non-issue in my opinion. I expect Anzalone to be the future of Florida’s middle linebacker position, and he is the better prospect of the two according to the rankings of every recruiting website and based on what I’ve seen from both of them in person (Hearns at UF camp and his game against Buchholz, Anzalone at Gridiron Kings and the Under Armour Game).

On a separate note, this could change Florida’s position on former LB commit Quinton Powell. I was told earlier this week that the Gators were still on the fence about taking him back, but Hearns might have made that decision for them. As for Florida’s chances with Powell, I feel he’s leaning toward USC at this time. However, I think that can easily change if Will Muschamp decides to turn up the heat on him next week (which I assume he will).

On to the questions!

Who’s coming in for visits this weekend? — Jeff

The Gators are scheduled to have UF commits Alvin Bailey and Roderick Johnson officially visit as well as FSU receiver commit Kermit Whitfield. Whitfied says he’s solid with the Seminoles, although Florida happens to be hosting him at an opportune time with the loss of offensive coordinator James Coley on Thursday. Running back Sony Michel and FSU defensive end commit Denzel Ware, both 2014 prospects, will also be in town.

What are Florida’s chances with CB Jalen Ramsey? — Campbell, C-Slim,  Jordan, Julien, Kyle, Ivo

Better than ever thanks to USC firing its defensive backs coach Marvin Sanders. Ramsey really wanted to play for Sanders, and his departure coupled with Southern Cal’s disappointing season should be the nail in the coffin for the Trojans. I’m not sure when, how or even if Ramsey would announce a decommitment from USC, but I believe it’s inevitable.

Florida State has gained a lot of momentum this month and hosted the five-star corner on an official visit Jan. 11. It’s a close race between UF and FSU, but I think the Gators have a slight edge for a few reasons. He is closer with the commits in Florida’s class, has been recruited by the UF coaches longer and has several Gator fans in his immediate family.

Ramsey still has a dozen days left before he signs and in-home visits from the head coaches of all three schools next week. So his recruiting process isn’t over yet, but Florida is in great position to land him.

Same question, new week. Where are the Gators with DT Montravius Adams? — Derek, Campbell

New week, same answer. UF has recruited Adams hard (if not the hardest) this month and got him on campus for an official visit, but the consensus has been and still is that it’s a battle between Clemson and Georgia.

Jaynard Bostwick and JUCO Ole Miss commit Jarran Reed are the more realistic options at defensive tackle for Florida. The Gators are the biggest threat to flip Reed from the Rebels, but I actually like their chances with Bostwick better because they get his last visit on Feb. 1. Reed will take his official to Ole Miss that weekend.

Do you think RB Alex Collins is not an option at this point?Julien

As I mentioned in my story Wednesday, Miami and Arkansas appear to have pulled ahead of Florida. The Gators had the advantage in mid-December after his official visit, but any ground UF gained has since been surpassed by the Canes and Hogs. Florida isn’t even on his mind anymore judging by his most recent tweet about fans.

Do you expect us to get a huge Signing Day surprise? — C-Slim, Hunter, Adam, Trey, Marcus

I expect UF to land a few recruits on NSD, but I don’t think any will be a surprise. If there is one, it would most likely be a defensive end. All of the known targets on Florida’s board are either committed elsewhere or unlikely additions for the Gators, so they could have someone up their sleeve who won’t be revealed until Feb. 6.

Are you aware of any silent commits UF may have? — Tamayo, Trey, Hunter

I’ve been told by multiple sources of one prospect who has given the Gators his verbal privately, but I cannot name who it is. The only hint I’ll give is that he plays on the defensive side of the ball.

Mock class? — Devin, Chandler, C-Slim, TaylorGang

It’s been a month since I put one out, so what the heck. Just to be clear, these are not my predictions for National Signing Day. This is just how I think Florida finishes as of today. There are 12 days to go and a lot of changes still to come.

QB Max Staver
FB Kennard Swanson
RB Adam Lane
*RB Kelvin Taylor
WR Alvin Bailey
WR James Clark
WR Ahmad Fulwood
WR Marqui Hawkins
WR Chris Thompson
*WR Demarcus Robinson
OL Trenton Brown
OL Cameron Dillard
OL Octavius Jackson
OL Roderick Johnson
*OL Tyler Moore
DT Jaynard Bostwick
DT Caleb Brantley
*DT Darious Cummings
*DL Joey Ivie
DL Antonio Riles
DE Jordan Sherit
*LB Alex Anzalone
LB Jarrad Davis
*LB Daniel McMillian
LB Quinton Powell
*LB Matt Rolin
CB Vernon Hargreaves III
CB Jalen Ramsey
DB Marcell Harris
DB Keanu Neal
DB Nick Washington

— early enrollee

That’s all for this week! Be sure to put your questions for the next mailbag in the comment section below!

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75 Comments

  1. January 25th, 2013 12:24 am

    nice list.

    by J


  2. January 25th, 2013 12:25 am

    That mock class would be nice. Hopefully we get that plus one or two. What about that other Wr we offered. Would we take him if we have ships idle?

    by GatorKen


  3. January 25th, 2013 12:28 am

    Alex Anzalone playing MLB…I don’t know about that one. I’ll have to look at more film on him. He looks good in space and closes on the ball well but taking on SEC OLmen, HEAD and HANDS, shedding the blocker and getting to the ball with power game after game…that I question. Let me do my homework…hopefully I am way wrong on this one.

    by TigerCatZeroZero


  4. January 25th, 2013 12:39 am

    Praying for the good Lord to make this list come true. I would be very pleased. Would give the Coaches a huge reprieve from last years closing day. Stopping some of the back of the mind dark cloud hanging over us some how.

    by J


  5. January 25th, 2013 12:41 am

    Zach, is the silient commit in your mock class or is he in addition to the commits in your mock class?

    by Robert Moreiro


  6. January 25th, 2013 12:42 am

    TigerCatZeroZero,
    I’m not the only one who likes Anzalone at Mike LB … http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Alex-Anzalone-134863

    by Zach Abolverdi


  7. January 25th, 2013 12:45 am

    Zach, I hope you are right with that guess on signings. Bostwick, Powell, Ramsey, Clark, and Swanson along with the silent if it happens would put us at 32. If we could somehow get Adams that would be some class.

    by james


  8. January 25th, 2013 12:45 am

    Was I the only one who got excited when Nkemdiche said he enjoyed hanging out wit ‘the other Gator recruits’ on his official? Any chance this could be the silent commit?

    by Kevin


  9. January 25th, 2013 12:48 am

    Robert,
    He is included in the mock.

    by Zach Abolverdi


  10. January 25th, 2013 1:05 am

    Kevin,
    It’s definitely not Nkemdiche. You must have missed this update I had on him earlier this week. http://forum.gatorsports.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=25319

    by Zach Abolverdi


  11. January 25th, 2013 1:09 am

    Zach I saw that and please don’t get me wrong I’ve been liking him for a while now…but I always envisioned him and McMillian at OLB. His high school film isn’t against the best competition and he rarely had to engage big linemen so its difficult to judge IMO. He has a good frame and Wildman Dillman has the know how and facilities to get him right. If not middle, he’ll be a big contributor to the program regardless. You saw him in person against better competition so I am going to take comfort in your word until I can evaluate him/them in the spring. Thanks.

    by TigerCatZeroZero


  12. January 25th, 2013 3:08 am

    Zach, who’s the guy who nobodies talking about right now from this class who people are going to end up remembering? A guy like Ahmad Black or Brandon James or Antonio Morrison.

    by Jimmy


  13. January 25th, 2013 3:30 am

    Jimmy that looks like an easy call. Joey or Lane are my picks. I wouldn’t mind it being Chris T. though either. Would be nice to local kid to it big.

    by J


  14. January 25th, 2013 4:46 am

    The silent is Jalen Ramsey!!!!!

    by Joshua


  15. January 25th, 2013 6:45 am

    Gotta feeling that “Dillman Time” with Anzalone and others will pay huge dividends…

    by Dennis


  16. January 25th, 2013 6:55 am

    I have it from a reliable source that Nkemdiche has a realtor and has been checking out homes in Gainesville. Specifically in the Woodbury Hills section.

    by V02max


  17. January 25th, 2013 7:35 am

    Max don’t trust your source lol. He haven’t been back since the visit.

    by Joshua


  18. January 25th, 2013 8:27 am

    Well, the silent commit then is narrowed down to one of four guys.

    by John


  19. January 25th, 2013 8:36 am

    Zach, your coverage is GREAT!! I check in to read your latest updates at least 4-5 times a day…Could you please explain the reason for a “SILENT” commitment? Does a prospect remain quiet, so he doesn’t get a hassle if he is already commited somewhere else? Surely there must be some reason….Thanks

    by Ben


  20. January 25th, 2013 9:01 am

    come on down mr ramsey

    by MADgator


  21. January 25th, 2013 9:20 am

    Zach, I didn’t miss the update last week, I’m just wishful thinking! I just saw him say “other Gator commits,” which made him sound like a commit. I know we have no real shot, but I always keep hope alive with Muschamp running things. Thanks for all the updates and amazing insider info!

    by Kevin


  22. January 25th, 2013 9:31 am

    TigerCatZeroZero- I think your absolutely on point with your assessment of Anzalone. He’s definitely not a MLB IMO. I also saw film and he and J.Hearns is like night and day not to mention the talent difference. The talent he played against wasnt that great, If James is playing in PA he is an All-American. Dont get me wrong I hope he works out, but I see another Graham Stewart. Only time will tell.

    by FlaboyDg


  23. January 25th, 2013 9:39 am

    Since FSU lost it’s OC, Whitfield isn;t as “comfy” at FSU now as he was before.

    by Gator Todd


  24. January 25th, 2013 9:40 am

    What’s the effect on UF of FSU offensive coordinator novng to Miami? Will we be able topick up any FSU guys?

    RE: Hearns- I’ve advocated for years – No More Dummies.

    by Robert McCall


  25. January 25th, 2013 10:19 am

    If we get Ramsey with all-world Hargreaves in the same class, that would be a knockout at CB… I have to disagree with you guys on Anzalone though, that kid is mean, and I think he runs better than Hearns, and he is a real smart kid…no matter, Morrison will have the middle locked up for at least the next 2 years… I think we may have 1 more surprise before NSD up front on the DL as well… Go Gators!

    by Swampman


  26. January 25th, 2013 11:04 am

    Wow. Reliable “sources” reagarding real estate. This recruiting stuff is just way out of hand. Its something I follow but some people seem to go way overboard.

    by LT


  27. January 25th, 2013 11:05 am

    I think Anzalone’s movement will help him at mike, You don’t have to be an absolute Bull at the position, as long as you can shed blockers. With the strength coach we have I don’t see it as a long shot. I do agree that Morrison will likely be the top dog at mike though. Remember guys this TEAM will have interchangable parts, we are looking for the depth factors, that is what will make this team GREAT. GO GATORS!!!!

    by CREEK GATOR


  28. January 25th, 2013 11:56 am

    Zach, that’s a great class. I follow recruiting avidly, and that’s exactly my mock class as well, except for Q. Powell, who I’m not sure about, and I also fear the Gators will lose Riles to the Poodles once he visits there. Instate pressure.
    This class will have us loaded, next year we will need Greer, another bigtime RB, a bunch of linemen on both sides(esp. OL), CB(we have great talent there, and will have ridiculous young talent if we get Ramsey, but need more numbers going past this year at CB), also a couple TEs.

    by Steve


  29. January 25th, 2013 12:24 pm

    Dog fans are saying Coach Boom is stealing their recruits. Love it! A number of Dog recruits do not seem solid and are still taking other visits to Clemson, Auburn and the Vols. Richt really wants Nkemdiche but the local buzz is Ole Miss to please Mom. Zach’s mock class is dynomite and would solidify Coach Boom and the Gators as the team to beat going forward. Go Gators Always!

    by AtlantaGator


  30. January 25th, 2013 12:50 pm

    Did James Clark cancel his official visit with Florida? He seems to be one of those rare explosive players that has a nice burst and can turn it on down the side lines. I’m sure Urban is selling him on the “next Percy Harvin” bit. I wouldn’t be surprised if he ends up a Buckeye.

    by Gary Printy


  31. January 25th, 2013 1:01 pm

    The mystery silent commit has got to be Ramsey or Reed. I’d take either, and hopefully both

    by Cleveland Gator


  32. January 25th, 2013 1:11 pm

    Champ needs to make it tough for Nkemdiche to say no. Let’s go get Bostwick, Adams, Ramsey, Clark, and Powell.

    by james


  33. January 25th, 2013 3:41 pm

    It’s either Bostwick or Ramsey!

    by Tn Gator


  34. January 25th, 2013 4:03 pm

    I think the class is shaping up very, very well…kinda figured Hearns wouldn’t make it either from his grades or another school…another reason for an early signing period but I digress…from some of the comments I’ve been reading I wouldn’t be one bit surprised if Nkemdiche comes to UF…alot of the recruits seem to think he just might shock the world…stay tuned & Go Gators!!!!

    by BRGF


  35. January 25th, 2013 4:46 pm

    @FlaboyDg and Creek Gator: I had G. Stewart in mind when I wrote my last post. I may be expecting too much of Alex too early. I see the same issues personified in A. Morrision and the other MLBs. Morrison moves well, he’s a proven striker, but when those SEC lineman grab him, we have a problem. You don’t have to be a bull to stand in there but you’ve got to be someone the OL/RB/FB are not volunteering to run into…otherwise “gashed” is a word Gary Danileson will make sure all Gator fans despise. Alex has the heart and the motor, now it’s a matter of the coaches getting him “phone booth ready.” e.g. If we stuff him a phone booth with, say Ira Denson…is he coming out, and does he have enough left to minimize the RBs gain or are we looking at 2nd and short? If he can consistently handle that task, he’ll be starting before the year is out. SILENT COMMIT: Ramsey

    by TigerCatZeroZero


  36. January 25th, 2013 5:47 pm

    Our saftey battles will be great entertainment! …RB, OL, WR, DT, TE..whoa! We’re about to have us some LIVE ACTION! ;)

    by TigerCatZeroZero


  37. January 25th, 2013 6:57 pm

    Great points Creek Gator!

    by TigerCatZeroZero


  38. January 25th, 2013 7:48 pm

    Jalen & V.H.III sounds like Haden & Jenkins or Lott & Weary. Both tandems won nat championships would love to see these two do the same.

    by Derek


  39. January 25th, 2013 9:15 pm

    tigercat00,you really do take yourself quite seriously, don’t you?

    by rootman


  40. January 25th, 2013 11:22 pm

    Ok so if the silent commit is on this list and on defense then that leaves Bostwick, Powell, and Ramsey. Zach has reported that Powell is 50/50 and that even Ramsay’s dad doesn’t know where he was going. So unless Zach was purposely trying to throw us off, then that only leaves Bostwick to be the silent commit. Am I missing anything?

    by TJ Calkins


  41. January 25th, 2013 11:54 pm

    Yes I should have said it’s one of three, not four. My brain was thinking Jarrad Davis was Jarran Reed.

    by John


  42. January 26th, 2013 12:10 am

    @Rootman, someone has to…glad you noticed.

    by TigerCatZeroZero


  43. January 26th, 2013 8:24 am

    Zach, this may be a story for another day but I’d like to know what academic standards these football players actually have to meet. Obviously it’s lower than the general public, UF is very hard to get into. I’d be curious how these standards compare to every other non-athlete trynig to get in to UF. Do these kids not realize the opportunity they are given simply because of their athletic ability? If they can’t just buckle down and get it done then they aren’t worth taking. And how does UF’sacademic criteria compare to the Marshall’s, West Virginias and apparently Ole Miss’s of the world that have even lower standards?

    by Fatback


  44. January 26th, 2013 10:19 am

    @ Fatback, careful or all on this site since many may label you a racist for asking such a question. While I agree that everyone should have to meet the same standards to get in, it Ain’t gonna happen as this is not about an education but it is about being farm teams for the NFL!

    by Fred Thompson


  45. January 26th, 2013 12:02 pm

    Zach, back in the summer you mentioned a d lineman from Hawaii who would be visiting gators and had narrowed choice to Fl, N Car and LSU. What happened to him? Did gators have no interest? I think he was a 4star.

    by ron


  46. January 27th, 2013 10:15 am

    @ron- I think you’re referring to Scott Pagano. That was thought to be an LSU/UF battle then he visited Clemson and out of nowhere pulled the trigger to commit with them.

    by scooterp


  47. January 27th, 2013 12:57 pm

    @Fatback and Fred Thompson: The standards are lower for ALL student athletes and no doubt, some need to do a better job preparing themselves (nothing racial about that fact) – but these are kids man, they don’t have the wisdom that time has afforded most of us. I can imagine someone countering your argument by suggesting you dedicate yourself to becoming worthy of an athletic scholarship… There is a give and a BIG TAKE to this story that you’re over looking. The suits, coaches, local economy and everyone else that profits from these same kids would reduce entry requirements even more if it puts more money in their pockets. And for his service, the student gets what? A degree (hopefully), that’s great but some also leave with physical and mental injuries that they will face everyday for the remainder of their lives…

    by TigerCatZeroZero


  48. January 27th, 2013 1:01 pm

    @Fatback and Fred — and the two standards just occurred to you?? Where’ve you two been for the past few decades? Talent exemptions have been a part of admissions since Universities were founded. No different than legacies at Ivy League schools or that virtuoso musician who can’t speak English – both of which getting admitted. There is a floor to the talent exemption, at least in Florida. Other state University systems have their own minimums for these types of admissions.

    WVU and Nebraska come to mind regarding egregiously low standards for admitting these kids. Tom Osbourne wrote the book on this, how do you think he stockpiled all that talent in the ’80′s and ’90′s (cough, cough, Tommie Frazier, cough, cough). Remember that SI story on the matter in the mid-90′s? Osbourne almost punched the writer in the face for persisting in an interview on the topic.

    by Captain Obvious


  49. January 27th, 2013 6:26 pm

    dont count on “silents”

    by travis


  50. January 27th, 2013 11:08 pm

    I hope the Gators finish strong with the signing date approaching. I know the coaches are working very hard. Bostwick, Ramsey, Clark, Swanson would do just fine. Any other surprises will be great.

    by james


  51. January 28th, 2013 2:29 am

    Aye Aye Captain!

    by TigerCatZeroZero


  52. January 28th, 2013 7:04 am

    I am surprised that one of his HS coaches, Jacquez Green, did not stay on top of his grade situation. Maybe he did but James did not take his academics seriously.
    We knew of his knee injury and remained loyal to his recruitment. He didn’t fulfill his part by getting his grades and test scores up to speed.
    Now he will sign with a rival that has entrance requirements well below UF’s. Good luck!

    by UGator


  53. January 28th, 2013 9:07 am

    @by TigerCatZeroZero you are breaking my heart! This is the rub stupid. You get an opportunity to get an education while the university foots the bill for all of your FREE NIKE GEAR, FREE MARKETING on CBS every week etc. Hell, if you should think you are higher than that, then go straight to an NFL combine and try out and skip college. These college athletes are owed NOTHING more than the free stuff that they already receive. The bottom line should be either you score high enough like everyone else or you DO NOT GET IN!

    by Fred Thompson


  54. January 29th, 2013 12:23 am

    Fred – You do realize the university makes a lot of money off of these athletes. You make it sound as if these athletes are taking advantage of the school. Also the university does not pay for the FREE NIKE GEAR AND FREE MARKETING ON CBS. You also do realize that NFL has a rule that you have to be three years removed from High School to be eligible for the NFL draft.

    by Gator863


  55. January 29th, 2013 12:46 am

    What is the latest on Clark, Bostwick, Reed, Ramsey, and Collins? I think Nkemdiche is all Ole Miss but hopefully Adams is still a possibility.

    by james


  56. January 29th, 2013 5:51 am

    Fred I understand your perspective. However, these kids pay for their entire 4 year scholarship (the retail price) with the money coming to the University from ONE major network televised game. Considering these kids play in about 25-35 televised games in their 4 year careers — that is a staggering ROI for the University’s investment in these kids.

    If we’re talking Div I-AA or Div II/III, or Div I of 40 years ago (before the big T.V. contracts and bowl payouts) you make a good point. But this is big money football my friend.

    The real rogues here are the actuaries and accountants (I’m playing along with your misplaced outrage). Not making an investment in these kids is fiscal stupidity, especially for a school uniquely positioned in the south like UF is.

    by Reality


  57. January 29th, 2013 11:21 am

    Zach, I guess im missing something here. Just what is the purpose of a “silent” commitment. Being a gator is an honor! Let the world know!

    by ron


  58. January 29th, 2013 3:32 pm

    Hey Zach. With UF recruiting Collins, the coaches clearly wouldn’t mind getting another RB in this class. They have also offered quick and shifty WRs like Clark and Timmons. Do you know what story is with Alvin Kamara? Have the coaches pursued him or not? Is he less interested in UF than other programs? Is the staff less interested in him than other RBs / WRs?

    by EuroGator


  59. January 29th, 2013 4:01 pm

    @ Reality, I do not buy what you are selling. Again, these kids get the red carpet treatment once they arrive. I do not feel sorry for them like you do. You must have voted for that Moron in the White House as this is not an entitlement opportunity to seize the moment on. You should have to qualify academically like everyone else. Meaning, the same minimum score to get accepted into the university. To your point, these kids do get NIKE gear FREE along with the plane rides, etc. Seems most have lost focus on what the real reason to come and play at the college level is as this is not suppose to be a farm system for the NFL but to GET an EDUCATION! Unfortunately, most just come here to play football and to play, not to study like a real student! Enough Said!

    by Fred Thompson


  60. January 29th, 2013 7:17 pm

    What is going on in the world when Ole Miss becomes a recruiting threat like they have in a single year?

    by Mark


  61. January 29th, 2013 8:03 pm

    @ Fred, You really sound BITTER!! Do you know the percentage of football players that don’t graduate from UF?? Do you know how many come back int the off season to complete their degree. Sure many come for the pipeline to THEIR next job THE NFL. But DUDE that is a JOB! and one that pays well. And the Moron in the White House is a YALE GRADUATE! You are the real ignorant moron on this post, you are angry and bitter because these kids come here and make a living just like the ones that come here for purely academics reasons, to get a job. Take a second look they are doing the exact same thing, trying to become gamefully employed. GO GATORS!!!!

    by CREEK GATOR


  62. January 30th, 2013 11:07 am

    @Fred, I’m not ‘selling’ a theory or anecdotal assertion. Allowances are made for the big money sports kids so that the rest of the athletic programs (all the kids on scholarship in the money losing sports) can flourish.

    Your ire should be directed at the fact the school, with all of its built-in fiscal privileges, gets away with raising tuition every year for the mainstream student body. One of those fiscal privileges being the multibillion $$ T.V. contract they are party to for football (yes, billions with a ‘B’), in addition to merchandising royalties. With the money the athletic department brings in from all sources ALL 40K of the kids should be going to UF for nothing.

    Still not ‘buying’ — download the UAA budgets for the last few years and read for yourself.

    by Reality


  63. January 30th, 2013 1:19 pm

    A Yale Graduate that is a SOCIALIST, DUMB & a LIBERAL!

    by Fred Thomson


  64. January 30th, 2013 2:14 pm

    @ Fred, why so angry?

    by Gator N NC


  65. January 30th, 2013 3:27 pm

    I guess you bought the rest of the arguement about the universities being a pipeline for STUDENT ATHLETES to get a NON-ACADEMIC related job, So now you just have an issue with the PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA and I guess about 71% of average Americans who voted for him, you don’t have to say it, I know you think all of US are SOCIALIST, DUMB & LIBERAL too! That’s cool with us but you are the one that’s BITTER and will have to deal with it for ANOTHER 4 YEARS!! I appologize to the rest of the poster for taking up sports and recruiting talk to further PISS OFF Mr. FRED. GO GATORS!!!!

    by CREEK GATOR


  66. January 30th, 2013 4:37 pm

    You don’t piss me off I just feel sorry for you that you are SO DUMB to vote for a do nothing but point fingers President! FO!

    by Fred Thomson


  67. January 30th, 2013 7:05 pm

    @Fred Bush went to Yale!

    by db86


  68. January 30th, 2013 7:40 pm

    I thought we were on a recruiting blog??? Fred, I think I saw a political forum is that is more along the lines of what you’re interested in, most of us on here are concerned with the Gator football team and its future players!

    by Gator N NC


  69. January 30th, 2013 7:52 pm

    I had forgotten about Fred and this topic…glad I did. Reality, Creek Gator, and the rest of you with sense, GO GATORS

    by TigerCatZeroZero


  70. January 31st, 2013 3:12 pm

    Sorry gang for the lapse in judgement and character, Thanks TigerCatZeroZero for bringing me back to a sensible frame of mind. I’m back focused on sports topics, sometime senselessness just flips me over, But I’m better now. GO GATORS!!!!

    by CREEK GATOR


  71. January 31st, 2013 5:44 pm

    Zach,

    Could you please explain UF’s academic requirements for recruits against say programs like FSU and Alabama?

    by Anthony


  72. January 31st, 2013 7:49 pm

    Zack, Did the Gators give Nkemdiche at least something to think about? What about Adams, and Collins? Thanks!

    by Austin


  73. February 1st, 2013 12:12 am

    A week later from the original mailstack and 5 days away form NSD and the experts have the Gators missing again this year on closing. I am hoping that Zack has it right. Bostwick, Ramsey, Powell, and Clark would be nice at this point. Adams would make it great!

    by james


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  75. February 1st, 2013 12:18 am

    You’re good with me Creek Gator! I try not to entertain people who are not open to TODAY. Don’t let this world change you. Gator863 I failed to thank you for your post…after reading it, there was no need for me to post: you wrote EXACTLY what I thinking! Go Gators!

    by TigerCatZeroZero


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