After a recent string of de-commitments, Florida’s 2020 class is seemingly back on track.
Jeremiah Johnson, a four-star prospect out of Clinch County High in Homerville, Georgia, verbally committed to Florida and coach Dan Mullen after much speculation Wednesday.
Here yah go 📝💯 pic.twitter.com/CmF0ZvSU1R
— drizzy mi🥶🥶 (@jjeremiahman) March 21, 2019
— drizzy mi🥶🥶 (@jjeremiahman) March 20, 2019
Despite working primarily at wide receiver during his first three seasons in high school, the 6-foot-7, 215-pound Johnson is expected to transition to tight end at the collegiate level.
Johnson holds only a handful of offers, although he’s recently taken unofficial visits to Florida State and Auburn.
With Johnsons’ commitment, the Gators have seven verbal commits in the 2020 class.