Florida has hosted several recruits over the course of spring football, and Saturday will be no different.
More than a dozen 2016 prospects are scheduled to attend the Orange & Blue Debut in The Swamp.
The biggest names are at wide receiver, as Miami commit Sam Bruce, Josh Hammond and Josh Imatorbhebhe will visit.
They’re top targets at the position and have UF ties. Hammond is the younger brother of former Florida WR Frankie Hammond, Imatorbhebhe is the younger brother of freshman tight end Daniel Imatorbhebhe, and Bruce was high school teammates with running back signee Jordan Scarlett.
Offensive lineman Marcus Tatum (Daytona Beach Mainland) is taking his third trip to UF this spring, defensive end Jordan Woods (Ocala Trinity Catholic) will make his second visit in the past week and tight end Jacob Mathis (Tampa Berkeley Prep) is coming to meet the new staff for the first time.
All six aforementioned recruits have Florida at or near the top of their leaderboards.
Five of UF’s seven commits will be attendance for the spring game — DE JaQuan Bailey, CB Chauncey Gardner, WR Isaiah Johnson, LB Vosean Joseph and ATH Tyrek Tisdale.
Two in-state prospects hoping to earn offers also plan to visit in offensive linemen Stone Forsythe and Jawaan Taylor.