Running list of visitors for Tennessee

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Florida’s first big recruiting weekend of the 2013 season is upon us.

The Gators will host close to half of their commits and more than a dozen top targets from the class of 2014 and 2015.

Below is a running list of attendeees for the Tennessee game. This blog will be updated every night with any new additions or cancellations that occur.

Be sure to check out my visitor preview story Thursday night on GatorSports.com.

OFFICIAL VISITORS
TE DeAndre Goolsby, 6-4, 221, Derby, Kan./Derby
DE Lorenzo Carter, 6-5, 234, Norcross, Ga./Norcross
LB Clifton Garrett, 6-2, 224, Plainfield, Ill./Plainfield South
DB Jamal Adams, 6-0, 204, Lewisville, Texas/Hebron

COMMITS
QB Will Grier, 6-3, 185, Davidson, N.C./Davidson Day
OL Travaris Dorsey, 6-3, 314, Jacksonville, Fla./Raines
TE C’yontai Lewis, 6-6, 211, Alabaster, Ala./Kingwood Christian
DE Justus Reed, 6-3, 215, Clearwater, Fla./Central Catholic
CB Duke Dawson, 5-11, 195, Cross City, Fla./Dixie County
CB J.C. Jackson, 5-10, 180, Immokalee, Fla./Immokalee

TARGETS
RB Bo Scarbrough, 6-2, 222, Bradenton, Fla./IMG Academy (Alabama commit)
OL David Sharpe, 6-6, 288, Jacksonville, Fla./Providence
DE Cory Thomas, 6-6, 265, McCalla, Ala./McAdory

2015 PROSPECTS
RB Jacques Patrick, 6-2, 225, Orlando, Fla./Timber Creek
OL George Brown, 6-6, 255, Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods
OL Jake Fruhmorgen, 6-5, 256, Tampa, Fla./Plant
OL Martez Ivey, 6-6, 271, Apopka, Fla./Apopka
DT Kendrick Norton, 6-2, 275, Jacksonville, Fla./Trinity Christian
DE Michael Barnett, Ridgeville, 6-4, 243, S.C./Woodland
DE Byron Cowart, 6-3, 248, Seffner, Fla./Armwood
DE CeCe Jefferson, 6-3, 260, Glen Saint Mary, Fla./Baker County
LB Jeffery Holland, 6-2, 226, Jacksonville, Fla./Trinity Christian
CB Kevin Toliver II, 6-1, 183, Jacksonville, Fla./Trinity Christian (LSU commit)

10 COMMENTS

  1. Students show up for the game?

    Well, it will largely depend on how much alcohol they consume before the game….which is generally more than human beings should. Or if they can finish the latest steal a car and blow up the world video game in time.

    Priorities, you know.

  2. ChoppaStyle, I hope so too, but history says we play it safe and conservative, draining the play clock between plays, “Stall Ball” if you will. When we do score lots of points its been the result of the defense forcing turnovers and/or special teams play; I say play like every game is a MUST WIN, MUST IMPRESS and stop with the Jekyll and Hyde offensive approach (doing just enough to get by)…otherwise, we’re going to continue to not develop playmakers and drain the mystic of The Swamp as more and more prefer to watch the games on television. HUGE weekend, hope we show up and show out! Go Gators!

  3. All these kids have won close games and lost blowouts. Winning and losing means nothing to them. If they’re on official visits, we need them to be impressed by the student support systems, the campus atmosphere, on-and-off the field coaching demeanor. Recruiting is about relationship and comfort level far more than it is about football games. That said, when it is about football, they’ll be looking at scheme-fit more than anything.