The Gators hold commitments from 17 prospects in the 2021 class, including two former signees in Diwun Black and Deyavie Hammond.
This ranking is still good for the second-best mark in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), however, trailing only the No. 2 Tennessee Volunteers.
With 17 commitments, Florida’s 2021 class ranks No. 6 according to 247Sports.
The committee also granted waivers of recruiting rules effective May 11 to make them more flexible during the dead period the group imposed, which currently lasts through May 31.
Reeves is ranked the No. 5 combo guard and the No. 67 overall prospect in the 2021 class by 247Sports.
Russ became the first commit for the Gators in the class of 2023 Saturday, joining current Tigers teammate Christopher Thomas as a Florida commitment.
Gators hold commitments from 13 prospects in the 2021 class, which is ranked No. 3 by 247Sports.
The NCAA’s decision also eliminates two potential recruiting weekends on Florida’s calendar, as April 1 should have marked the first opportunity for 2021 prospects to take official visits.
Already possessing the No. 2 class in the nation according to several recruiting sites, it’s clear the Gators have an opportunity this weekend to continue building on what is shaping up to be a transformational 2021 class.
Boone is the 12th member of UF’s 2021 class