Florida head coach Jim McElwain, assistant head coach Randy Shannon and offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier are on the recruiting trail in South Florida.
The trio of Gators coaches will see offensive tackle Navaughn Donaldson, a Miami commit who’s also receiving significant interest from Florida and FSU.
They’ll also make an in-home visit with UF commit Kadeem Telfort.
It Was An Good Season Full Season Highlight #Swamp17 #Gatornationhttps://t.co/JqB0hwZGFa
— Kadeem Telfort (@Nosackzone___) December 1, 2016
Gators tight ends coach Greg Nord is in Alabama to see Stanhope Elmore tight end Zech Byrd, who committed to Florida on Aug. 6.
Florida defensive coordinator Geoff Collins is in Atlanta seeing three-star athlete Marquez Bembry.
Torrian Gray and and Chris Rumph will be in Virginia Beach, Virginia, seeing twin brothers Breyon and Brandon Gaddy.
The pair of defensive tackles decommitted from Tennessee on Nov. 30. Gray and Rumph will then head to Chesapeake to see four-star safety Devon Hunter.
Brandon (https://t.co/nWl4cPesJw) & Breyon Gaddy (https://t.co/OnqwilMrMn) are no longer committed to #Tennessee
— Adam Friedman (@RivalsFriedman) November 30, 2016
UF running backs coach Tim Skipper is in Alabama visiting Blount athlete Kadarius Toney, who committed to the Gators in May. Skipper also plans on seeing Mobile, Alabama, cornerback Jayln Armour-Davis, the No. 3 overall prospect from the state of Alabama in the 2018 class.
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Wide receivers coach Kerry Dixon is in Austin, Texas, seeing Westlake High offensive lineman Stephan Zabie. The four-star prospect picked up an offer from Florida following the Orange and Blue Debut Game in April. Dixon will then visit four-star Oklahoma commit CeeDee Lamb.
Meanwhile, Florida offensive line coach Mike Summers is in Georgia seeing four prospects in the 2018 class: wide receiver Kearis Jackson (Peach County), running back Lyn-J Dixon, offensive tackle Christian Meadows (Macon County) and offensive tackle Trey Hill (Houston County).