Florida’s 2020 class picked up its 15th commitment of the cycle when defensive back Tre’Vez Johnson committed to UF coach Dan Mullen and the coaching staff.
Johnson, a 5-foot-11, 175-pound safety out of Jacksonville’s Bartram Trail, committed to Florida while on an unofficial visit in Gainesville. Mullen later confirmed Johnson’s commitment via his Twitter account.
Ranked the No. 114 safety in the 2020 class by 247Sports, Johnson picked up an offer from the Gators on June 14, and just eight days later the in-state product pledged to UF coaches Torrian Gray and Ron English.
“First, I would like to thank the Lord and Savior for giving me the ability to do what I love and for blessing my family and I with amazing opportunities,” Johnson wrote on his Twitter account. “I want to thank my coaches, my teammates, my friends, and anyone else who has helped me get to this point. Special thank you to my family for supporting me over the years and being with me every step during this process. I also want to thank every coach that gave me an opportunity to play at their school. With that being said, I want to announce that I am committing to the University of Florida.”