George Campbell is rated a five-star prospect by ESPN and Scout. (Photo by Zach Abolverdi/The Gainesville Sun)

Florida receiver target Deon Cain chose Clemson Friday as expected.

UF currently has two wideouts committed in Deondre Farrier and ESPN300 member Tristan Payton, but Farrier and the Gators are reportedly expected to part ways in the future.

Though Payton is proving to be a solid prospect, Florida still needs to add a few more players at the position for 2015.

Sitting atop UF’s board is George Campbell, a consensus top-50 recruit out Tarpon Springs East Lake. The Under Armour All-American will wait until that game to end his recruitment, but Florida currently has 90 percent of his 30 predictions on the 247Sports Crystal Ball.

UF extended an offer earlier this month to Tampa Wharton receiver/tight end Auden Tate, who was high on the Gators after attending the spring game. Rivals250 member Miles Boykin, another tall and versatile wideout from New Lenox (Ill.) Providence, listed Florida in his top 10 on Monday.

The Gators are good shape for slot receivers Derrick Dillon (Franklinton, La./Pine) and Antonio Calloway (Miami Booker T. Washington). Dillon visited Gainesville twice in the spring, while Calloway recently named UF his leader.

Some others to keep an eye on are out-of-state recruits K.J. Hill (North Little Rock, Ark.) and Van Jefferson (Brentwood, Tenn./Ravenwood), both of whom plan to visit Florida this summer.