Receiver C.J. Worton led Homestead South Dade to a Class 8A state championship victory in December. (Photo by Miami Herald)

A Florida State commitment is set to officially visit UF for the second weekend in a row.

One week after hosting quarterback Treon Harris of Miami Booker T. Washington, the Gators are bringing in Homestead South Dade receiver C.J. Worton.

The consensus three-star prospect has been pledged to the Seminoles for almost a year and a half but could be on the verge of choosing a different school.

Worton visited West Virginia last weekend and will take trips FSU and Oregon after his official to Florida. The 6-foot-1, 175-pounder hopes to make a final decision a day or so before signing day.

Worton’s older brother, Cody, was a walk-on safety at UF from 2006-2008 and part of two national championship teams. His other sibling, J.J., is a junior receiver at Central Florida.

Joker Phillips and Kurt Roper had an in-home visit Thursday with Worton, and his host in Gainesville will be UF freshman quarterback Will Grier.

The Gators are bringing in another three-star prospect in Tucson (Ariz.) Sabino offensive tackle Andrew Mike. The 6-foot-7, 280-pounder has officially visited Arkansas and Washington, with Arizona also being in the mix.

If Mike likes what he sees at UF, many feel there’s a chance he could pull the trigger during his trip or soon after. The question is whether or not the Gators are willing to take him at this time with five-star tackle Damian Prince still on the board and scheduled to visit Jan. 31.

The last official visitor is Fort Lauderdale University School cornerback Quincy Wilson, who has been one of Florida’s most solid commits in the 2014 class.