Florida coach Will Muschamp was back in Jacksonville on Monday, this time visiting UF commit and Army All-American David Sharpe.
Another offensive tackle, Derrick Kelly of Havana East Gadsden, received an in-home visit from Muschamp.
Kelly took an official to Florida in December and named the Gators in his Top 3, but they are currently trailing FSU and LSU by a wide margin. He is also considering USF.
Defensive tackle Jeremy Patterson and receiver Krenwrick Sanders, Jesup (Ga.) Wayne County teammates and Wisconsin commits, were also seen by Muschamp and four of his assistants — defensive line coach Brad Lawing, receivers coach Joker Phillips, offensive line coach Mike Summers and running backs coach Brian White.
They plan to officially visit UF together this weekend.
Defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin and secondary coach Travaris Robinson had an in-home visit with cornerback commit Quincy Wilson, who will also head to Gainesville this Friday for his official.
<a UF commit Quincy Wilson (@dc_wilson954) with @UFCoach_TROB on his in-home visit. Gators pic.twitter.com/j7KhHb3nWt
— Zach Abolverdi (@ZachAbolverdi) January 21, 2014
In 2015 news, the Gators offered Orlando Olympia dual-threat quarterback Deondre Francois, who trains with former UF and NFL cornerback Keiwan Ratliff and plays on his 7-on-7 team team.