UF’s 2017 class adds six mid-year enrollees


With less than four weeks until National Signing Day, Florida’s 2017 class continues to take shape.

The Spring semester is underway and classes are back in session, meaning Florida’s six mid-year enrollees have arrived in Gainesville.

Florida began welcoming the newest freshmen on Wednesday, starting with 6-foot-4 defensive tackle Kyree Campbell and ATH/QB Kadarius Toney.

American Heritage linebacker James Houston arrived Tuesday.

Four-star offensive lineman Kadeem Telfort announced on Thursday that he was in Gainesville by showing a picture of his UF identification card.

Miami Southridge standouts Shawn Davis and Kemore Gamble also announced their early enrollment on their Twitter accounts.