Florida’s 2018 class landed a second offensive lineman Friday in Richard Gouraige, a four-star prospect out of Cambridge Christian School in Tampa.
Gators coach Jim McElwain confirmed Gouraige’s commitment, which was announced in a video by SEC Country.
MY DECISION … 🙏🏾 https://t.co/MEveuponpT pic.twitter.com/6yU0T13N6y
— RGll🥀🏳 (@richardg813) October 20, 2017
A 6-foot-5, 270-pounder, Gouraige narrowed his college decision to Florida and Clemson University earlier in the week before ultimately giving UF his verbal commitment.
With Gouraige’s commitment, which is non-binding until he signs a national letter of intent, the Gators have 18 commits in the 2018 class.
he’s another anchor on the bow of your sinking ship….
Don’t pay any attention to the sour grapes. They have no class.
Welcome to the family Richard. Make us proud young man!
Who do you root for sir? Let me guess Mr. Free crab legs…LOL … I do see a few more losses on the horizon for the semiclowns buddy!
Pete, your comment sounds like a bunch of marlarkey to us.
Pete, – At least we have a ship. What do you have? Nothing but a foul negative attitude. No wonder you don’t have a girlfriend or should I say boyfriend?
I like turtles
Now, young man, go and speak with every great Floridian, high school football player, like yourself, who may be going out of state, and then encourage them to BE GATORS also! We’re DUE in the ORANGE & BLUE! And… ”IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME!” ~Field of Dreams. -Go Gators!
It’s an NCAA violation for coaches to confirm commitments prior to the signing of the LOI.
Coach Mac tweets “chomp chomp” when we get a commit. He doesn’t announce the players’ name, so no violation.
Next year is stacking up nice. We will have depth from all the young guys playing now and new talent. Gators will be competitive with anybody next year.
What the Gators really need to do is to recruit, or otherwise add, a sturdy, intelligent, and athletic dog to the Gator football roster. This is especially true since the Gator offensive brain trust are apparently already on record as stating that they could teach their dog to play QB!
We certainly don’t presently have anyone of the homo sapiens species on our team to do that…to wit – play winning SEC football at the QB position!