Florida’s first home game in more than a month will draw top recruits to The Swamp.
The Gators are set to host another impressive group of wide receivers Saturday, including a pair of Auburn commits from the state of Florida.
Niceville’s Eli Stove and Crestview’s Marquis McClain are coming to check out UF. Stove, a Rivals100 member and Under Armour All-American, is one of the Gators’ priorities at the position and was high on them before committing to Auburn back in May.
Another Under Armour All-American wideout, Keith Gavin, is visiting as well as Miami playmaker Keyshawn “Pie” Young. Gavin is teammates at Crawfordville Wakulla with LSU commit and Gators QB target Feleipe Franks.
Florida WR commits Josh Hammond and Freddie Swain will also make the trip. Hammond is taking his official visit this weekend. Defensive end Antonneous Clayton, offensive lineman Brett Heggie, linebacker Jeremiah Moon and 2017 receiver Daquon Green are the other UF pledges attending.
Two of South Florida’s best, defensive end Brian Burns and tight end Nick Eubanks, might also be at the game. Another pair of 2016 recruits without UF offers, WR DeVontres Dukes and TE Kelvin Lucky, will be on hand.
For 2017, five-star offensive tackle and consensus top-10 overall recruit Calvin Ashley is visiting. The Orlando Dr. Phillips prospect is currently committed to Auburn.
Other 2017 recruits coming include athlete Juwan Burgess, wide receiver Jermain Eskridge (Kentucky commit), safety Cyrus Fagan, athlete Jordan Tinder, quarterback Jeff Toney and offensive tackle Blake Vinson, one of the state’s top offensive lineman in the next cycle.