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Florida Gators 2023 Recruiting Class

Escambia94

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Class ranking:
- September 1, 2021 - #6

1. TE Mac Markway 6-4 250 DeSmet High School, St Louis, Missouri. 4-star. 7.27.2021 commitment.
2. WR Raymond Cottrell 6-2 203 Milton High School, Milton, Florida. 4-star. 7.30.2021 commitment.
3. ATH Aaron Gates 6-0 180 Trinity Christian School, Sharpsburg, Georgia. 3-star. 8.26.2021 commitment.
4. WR Darren Lawrence 6-2 190 Seminole High School, Sanford, Florida. NR. 9.25.2021 commitment.
 

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Top 2022 targets at the Tennessee game 9/25/2021:
DL Jordan Phillipes Ocoee High School, Ocoee, Florida. 3-star. Tennessee commitment.
CB Jahelm Singletary Riverside High School, Jacksonville, Florida 4-star.

2022 commitments at the game:
WR Chandler Smith
OL David Conner
K Trey Smack

2023 commitments at the game:
WR Raymond Cottrell
TE Mac Markway
ATH Aaron Gates

2023 targets at the game:
DB Cormani McClain
DE Kelby Collins
OL Bryce Lovett
WR Bryson Rodgers
WR Creed Whittemore
WR Ayden Williams (Friday Nigh Lights)
LB Andrew Harris
LB Michael Harris
 

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Top 2023 targets:
CB Cormani McClain Lake Gibson High School, Lakeland, Florida 5-star
CB Tony Mitchell Thompson High School, Alabaster, Alabama 5-star
RB Richard Young LeHigh Senior High School, Lehigh Acres, Florida 5-star
OT Payton Kirkland Dr. Philips Academy, Orlando, Florida 4-star

High Choice 2023 targets:
OT Kadyn Proctor Des Moines, Iowa 5-star
ATH Samuel M'Pemba Bradenton, Florida 5-star
DL Peters Woods Alabaster, Alabama 5-star
ATH Joenel Aguero Bradenton, Florida 5-star
DL Jayden Wayne Tacoma, Washington 5-star
WR Shelton Sampson Jr Baton Rouge, Louisiana 5-star
LB Jalden Ausberry Baton Route, Louisiana 5-star
DL Vic Burley Warner Robins, Georgia 5-star
S Caleb Downs Hoschton, Georgia 4-star
OT Chase Bisontis Ramsey, New Jersey 4-star
WR Johntay Cook II DeSoto, Texas 4-star
DL Derrick LeBlanc Kissmimmee, Florida 4-star
LB Troy Bowles Tampa, Florida 4-star
OT Samson Okunlola Braintree, Massachusetts 4-star
WR Carnell Tate Bradenton, Florida 4-star
DL Luke Montgomery Findlay, Ohio 4-star
LB Tackett Curtis Many, Louisiana 4-star
S Makari Vickers Tallahassee, Florida 4-star
WR Raymond Cottrell 6-2 203 Milton High School, Milton, Florida. 4-star. 7.30.2021 commitment.
TE Mac Markway 6-4 250 DeSmet High School, St Louis, Missouri. 4-star. 7.27.2021 commitment.

DL Tomarrion Parker Phenix City, Alabama 4-star
LB Jayvant Brown Deerfield Beach, Florida 4-star
DL John Walker Kissimmee, Florida 4-star
WR Adarius Redmond Powell, Tennessee 4-star
OL TJ Shanahan Austin, Texas 4-star
EDGE Damon Wilson Venice, Florida 4-star
EDGE Rico Walker Hickory, North Carolina 4-star
OL Knijeah Harris Bradenton, Florida 4-star
S Daemon Fagan Fort Lauderdale, Florida 4-star
OL Clay Wedin Tampa, Florida 4-star
WR Micah Tease Tulsa, Oklahoma 4-star
WR Bryson Rodgers Zephyrhills, Florida 4-star
S Marvin Burks Jr Saint Louis, Missouri 4-star
ATH Aaron Gates 6-0 180 Trinity Christian School, Sharpsburg, Georgia. 3-star. 8.26.2021 commitment.
OT Aldan Leigh Pendleton, South Carolina
OT Deandre Duffus Hollywood, Florida
OT Tommy Kinsler Ocala, Florida
OT Vysen Lang Pike Road Alabama
OT Zay Alexander Tupelo, Mississippi
EDGE Princeill Umanmlelen Manor, Texas
WR Darren Lawrence Sanford, Florida
ATH Creed Whittemore Gainesville, Florida
 

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***NOTICE: Original thread has been modified to focus the discussion.***

As of May 2022 the Gators class of 2023 is ranked at #40. The Gators have 7 commits:

  • Isaiah Nixon Lakewood (Saint Petersburg, FL) EDGE 6-4 / 215 0.9224
  • Aaron Gates Trinity Christian School (Sharpsburg, GA) ATH 6-0 / 180 0.9014
  • Knijeah Harris IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) IOL 6-3 / 335 0.8916
  • Creed Whittemore F. W. Buchholz (Gainesville, FL) ATH 5-11.5 / 175 0.8835
  • Bryce Lovett Rockledge (ROCKLEDGE, FL) OT 6-5 / 330 0.8767
  • Tyree Patterson Eustis (Eustis, FL) WR 6-2 / 175 0.8689
  • Tommy Kinsler Trinity Catholic (Ocala, FL) OT 6-6 / 330 0.8614

Here are the high choice prospects to follow:
  • Francis Mauigoa IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) OT 6-5 / 330 0.9954
  • Duce Robinson Pinnacle (Phoenix, AZ) TE 6-6 / 225 0.9902
  • Samson Okunlola Thayer Academy (Braintree, MA) OT 6-5 / 305 0.9887
  • Samuel M'Pemba IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) EDGE 6-3.5 / 240 0.9864
  • Johntay Cook II DeSoto (DeSoto, TX) WR 6-0 / 170 0.9839
  • Troy Bowles Jesuit (Tampa, FL) LB 6-1 / 205 0.9797
  • Jaden Rashada Pittsburg (Pittsburg, CA) QB 6-4 / 185 0.9796
  • Damon Wilson Venice (Venice, FL) EDGE 6-4 / 230 0.9783
  • Monroe Freeling Oceanside Collegiate Academy (Mount Pleasant, SC) OT 6-7 / 283 0.9699
  • Kelby Collins Gardendale (Gardendale, AL) DL 6-5 / 280 0.9685
  • Raylen Wilson Lincoln (Tallahassee, FL) LB 6-2 / 213 0.9645 -- Michigan
  • Keldric Faulk Highland Home (Highland Home, AL) DL 6-5 / 240 0.9604
  • John Walker Osceola (Kissimmee, FL) DL 6-3 / 310 0.9537
  • Lucas Simmons Clearwater Academy International (Clearwater, FL) OT 6-7 / 300 0.9504
  • Zavion Hardy Tattnall Square Academy (Macon, GA) DL 6-5 / 262 0.9480
  • Aidan Mizell Boone (Orlando, FL) WR 6-2 / 180 0.9471
  • Will Norman IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) DL 6-5 / 290 0.9468
  • Raul Aguirre Whitewater (Fayetteville, GA) LB 6-2 / 220 0.9454
  • Roderick Kearney Orange Park (Orange Park, FL) IOL 6-4 / 300 0.9425
  • Eugene Wilson III Gaither (Tampa, FL) ATH 5-11 / 165 0.9365
  • Tyler Williams Lakeland (Lakeland, FL) WR 6-3 / 180 0.9354
  • T.J. Searcy Upson-Lee (Thomaston, GA) DL 6-5 / 250 0.9344
  • Xzavier McLeod Camden (Camden, SC) DL 6-4 / 324 0.9323
  • Sharif Denson Bartram Trail (Jacksonville, FL) CB 5-11.5 / 170 0.9204
  • Jordan Castell West Orange (Winter Garden, FL) S 6-2 / 195 0.9187
  • Grayson Howard Andrew Jackson (Jacksonville, FL) LB 6-3 / 223 0.9119
  • Ja'Keem Jackson Osceola (Kissimmee, FL) CB 6-1 / 180 0.9117
  • Kamran James Olympia (Orlando, FL) DL 6-6.5 / 265 0.9115
  • Gavin Hill F. W. Buchholz (Gainesville, FL) DL 6-3 / 255 0.9108
  • Kayden McDonald North Gwinnett (Suwanee, GA) DL 6-3 / 310 0.9045
  • Andy Jean Northwestern (Miami, FL) WR 6-1 / 180 0.9037
  • Justin Jefferson Pearl River C.C. (Poplarville, MS) LB 6-1 / 215

Here are the top targets to follow:
  • Cormani McClain Lakeland (Lakeland, FL) CB 6-1.5 / 165 0.9992
  • Keon Keeley Berkeley Prep (Tampa, FL) EDGE 6-6 / 242 0.9955 - NOTRE DAME
  • Tony Mitchell Thompson (Alabaster, AL) CB 6-2 / 180 0.9903
  • Richard Young Lehigh Senior (Lehigh Acres, FL) RB 5-11 / 200 0.9874
  • Joenel Aguero St. John's Prep (Danvers, MA) S 6-0 / 195 0.9840
  • Cedric Baxter Jr. Edgewater (Orlando, FL) RB 6-1 / 215 0.9791
  • Malik Bryant Jones (Orlando, FL) LB 6-2 / 235 0.9778
  • Derrick LeBlanc Osceola (Kissimmee, FL) DL 6-4 / 270 0.9634
  • Jordan Hall Westside (Jacksonville, FL) DL 6-4.5 / 300 0.9337
  • Treyaun Webb Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, FL) RB 6-1 / 205 0.9324
  • Payton Kirkland Dr. Phillips (Orlando, FL) OT 6-6 / 345 0.9100
 
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We seem to be picking up prospects--with the seeming promise of "more on the way"...
Guess I'm Iike everyone else, still waiting, HOPING something exciting is announced.
 

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Meanwhile, with the latest back'n'forth vis-a-vis Jayden Rashada's imminent decision, I am at a loss as to our real progress in returning to recruiting prominence. We all pretty well accept the propositions that (1) We had fallen pretty far behind UGA and the Tide (or, to put it another way, Saban and Kirby had been beating our pads off out there since Urban moved on, with Dan, perhaps the best "x's and o's" COACH we've had in the interim ironically maybe being the least energetic in that regard; he sure seemed to show the least stress or interest in it!), and (2) Without at LEAST an EQUAL focus and success in the "Jimmy's and Joe's" out there being gathered in equal measure to work and build with in the future, that "future" would tend to be illusory.
Sure enough, that turned out to be the case with Dan Mullen at the helm.
So. Now comes word that Jaylen Rashada has "put off his decision" regarding whom he would come to play for. The last clear 5-Star among the next group of eligible QBs, with AR15 a likely "leave early for the NFL" if he is as successful here within the next season or two as we hope (and many expect) him to be, Billy and staff are pretty well counting on building a growing offensive juggernaut around this kid. If he tilts to Miami, as is rumored, we're left scrambling, hoping for confusion and the transfer portal to bail us out later.
I do NOT like getting caught up in these hand-wringing projections. But all this smacks too much of the kind of storyline we've gotten all too used to the last dozen years or so.
I was really hoping that among the changes THIS Coach heralded would be a more determined and steady-handed recruiting regimen.
I never saw the Manning kid as a likely "get"--it was enough that we were among the "contenders" and in the running, as it SHOULD be with a supposed "top program, in the spotlight".
But it was PAST time for us to be consistently grabbing our share of the highest-rated kids out there at every position--ESPECIALLY at QB and such.
OK, OK...It's just a "postponement of decision".
But I don't like the accompanying background discussion surrounding it. Maybe I'm just "gun-shy" after more than a decade of "The same old story". Of all the tales that need turning around, that one is MOST in need of being changed!
 

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The recruiting landscape is too different this year compared to previous years to draw fair comparisons. LSU, Alabama, Texas A&M, and Florida are all ranked between 35 and 50 for the class of 2023. Georgia is the only SEC powerhouse ranked in the top 10. My guess is that some teams are going to wait until the the last minute to out-bid others for the best recruits.
 

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The recruiting landscape is too different this year compared to previous years to draw fair comparisons. LSU, Alabama, Texas A&M, and Florida are all ranked between 35 and 50 for the class of 2023. Georgia is the only SEC powerhouse ranked in the top 10. My guess is that some teams are going to wait until the the last minute to out-bid others for the best recruits.
You're probably right. But let's face it:
We are COUNTING on our new Coach's energy and growing rep as a "communicator" AND energetic, even CHARISMATIC leader one-on-one out there to yield certain benefits--above all a return to consistent "buzz" come each NSD, etc.
We have GOT to find ourselves in the discussion of "top 3-to-5 best hauls" each year once more--or we'll find ourselves in this by now all-too-familiar discussion AGAIN in a coupla years.
It's a bad habit--and if we don't break it soon, it will grow all the more difficult to escape:
More and more we'll be "just like everyone else";
outside of Gator Nation, general perception has us almost there already...
I don't CARE how "everyone ELSE" sees us, but mediocrity is a habit unto itself. The best thing a out THIS Coach may well BE his seeming "aura" of "apartness"--a kind of "promise of pending success" that surrounds him. I think he chose US as the place where that "certain something" is likeliest to continue. Here's hoping he, and WE, were/ARE RIGHT!!!
 

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You're probably right. But let's face it:
We are COUNTING on our new Coach's energy and growing rep as a "communicator" AND energetic, even CHARISMATIC leader one-on-one out there to yield certain benefits--above all a return to consistent "buzz" come each NSD, etc.
We have GOT to find ourselves in the discussion of "top 3-to-5 best hauls" each year once more--or we'll find ourselves in this by now all-too-familiar discussion AGAIN in a coupla years.
It's a bad habit--and if we don't break it soon, it will grow all the more difficult to escape:
More and more we'll be "just like everyone else";
outside of Gator Nation, general perception has us almost there already...
I don't CARE how "everyone ELSE" sees us, but mediocrity is a habit unto itself. The best thing a out THIS Coach may well BE his seeming "aura" of "apartness"--a kind of "promise of pending success" that surrounds him. I think he chose US as the place where that "certain something" is likeliest to continue. Here's hoping he, and WE, were/ARE RIGHT!!!
I hear you. The entire Gator Nation is fed up with mediocrity, but we need to give Napier a longer leash at first simply because the grading criteria are so different now. Before the NIL & Transfer Portal Era (NILTPE) it was rather easy to assess a new coach’s potential before coaching a live game just by watching the recruiting rankings on National Signing Day (NSD), and later with Early Signing Day (ESD) plus NSD. With only two variables to worry about (ESD + NSD) it became easy to project future success and assess current/ past performance without looking at win-loss records. With the transfer portal we learned to assess recruits multiple times throughout the season but those timelines did not change much with the majority of transfers occurring around ESD, NSD, or over the summer so the coaches could manage the 85-man roster with 25 counters per year. Now we have NIL and we no longer have a limitation on yearly counters to get to 85 scholarships. Athletes can now shop around looking for the best NIL deal and they can be flipped at any time by a better deal. The ESD and NSD milestones are less important now that any player can transfer at any time without penalty and can wait until the last minute to make decisions based on NIL deals.

The reason we must give Napier a longer leash is that he seems to understand all these nuanced differences and has a modernized approach to recruiting. Under the old rules the secret to recruiting was simply winning games, not getting caught giving money under the table, and managing a roster of 85 with 25 counters per class. Under the new rules that is not enough. Recruiting is not just about winning games, but maximizing talent acquisition using marketing, social media, cash-in-hand, non-cash benefits, et cetera—sometimes irrespective of win-loss record and national championship implications.
 
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Which 5-star athletes are still available?
  • Jalen Brown Gulliver Prep (Miami, FL) WR 6-1 / 170 0.9857
  • Derek Williams Westgate (New Iberia, LA) S 6-2 / 185 0.9835
  • David Hicks Paetow (Katy, TX) DL 6-4 / 270 0.9965
  • Nyckoles Harbor Archbishop Carroll (Washington, DC) ATH 6-5 / 225 0.9956
 

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The following Florida Gator targets or Florida high school athletes are rumored to be headed anywhere but UF (as of Friday 2022-06-24):

Miami leans
CB Cormani McClain
QB Jaden Rashada (Pittsburgh, CA) - Miami 2022-06-26

Ohio State leans
LB Troy Bowles
DE Damon Wilson
CB Sharif Denson - Florida 2022-06-26
DT John Walker
WR Carnell Tate
WR Brandon Inniss

Alabama leans
DE Sam M’Pemba
WR Hykeem Williams
OT Francis Mauigoa
OLB Malik Bryant
RB Richard Young

Notre Dame commitment
DE Keon Keeley
 
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Florida's 2023 recruiting ranking is now #31 with 154.35 points after getting commitments from the following:
DL Isaiah Nixon Edge 6-4 215 92.2422 + 22.24
DL Gavin Hill DL 6-3 255 91.0770
DL CB Sharif Denson CB 5-11.5 170 92.0443

Florida would have been ranked #17 with 175.09 points if they had obtained a commitment from
QB Jaden Rashada QB 6-4 185 97.9645 + 27.96

The top 3 schools are as follows:
1. Ohio State 256.79
2. Texas 255.61
3. Notre Dame 251.59

The top SEC schools and in-state rivals:
6. Georgia 213.89
7. Arkansas 211.68
14. Tennessee 197.57
25. Alabama 165.88
28. Miami 160.97
31. Florida 154.35
38. FSU 141.99

Florida could jump into the top 20 if they land one or more of the following in the 247 Sports top 100:
CB Cormani McClain CB 6-1.5 165 99.9180 +29.92
OT Francis Maulgoa OT 6-5 330 99.5366 + 29.35
LB Malik Bryant B 6-2 235 97.7820 +27,19
OT Monroe Freeling OT 6-7 283 96.9870 + 25.53
DL Kelby Collins DL 6-5 280 96.8482 + 24.32
DL Derrick LeBlanc DL 6-4 270 96.3444 + 22.58
DL Keldric Faulk DL 6-5 240 96.0407 + 20.85
 

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Upcoming Commitment Dates

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June 30:
3-star ATH Samuel Omosigho LB 6-1 208 88.8611 +11.44
Finalists: Florida, Oklahoma —>Oklahoma

July TBD:
4-star WR Eugene Wilson III ATH 5-11 165 93.6524 + 23.51
Finalists: Florida, Texas A&M --> Florida

4-star Lucas Simmons OT 6-7 300 95.0413 +25.04
Finalists: Florida, Florida State, USC, Tennessee --> FSU

4-star Marcus Stokes QB 6-2 185 89.0586 +15.26
Finalists: Penn State, Georgia State, Florida --> Florida

July 4-->TBD:
4-star Daquavious Sorey WR 6-2 185 92.6885 + 21.46
Finalists: Auburn, Florida, Alabama, Miami, Georgia

4-star TJ Searcy DL 6-5 250 93.4353 +22.86
Finalists: FSU, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida—> Florida

5-star Francis Mauigoa OT 6-5 330 99.5366 + 29.54
Finalists: Tennessee, Florida, USC, Alabama, Miami —> Miami

July 5:
4-star Keldric Faulk EDGE 6-5 240 96.0407 + 25.88
Finalists: FSU, Auburn, Florida --> FSU

July 8:
5-star Peter Woods DL 6-4 265 98.7468 + 28.75
Finalists: Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Jackson State --> Clemson

July 11:
4-star Treyaun Webb RB 6-1 205 93.2365 + 17.17
Finalists: Florida, Penn State, South Carolina —> Florida

July 16:
4-star Raul Aguirre LB 6-2 220 94.5383 + 23.21
Finalists: Alabama, Florida, Arkansas, Ohio State, Miami, Georgia --> Miami

July 23:
4-star Payton Kirkland OT 6-6 345 91.0036 + 8.63
Finalists: Florida, Oklahoma, Michigan State, Miami —> Texas

4-star Malik Bryant LB/EDGE 6-2 235 97.7820 + 26.28
Finalists: Alabama, Florida, Maryland, Miami —> Miami

4-star Joenel Aguero DB/S 6-0 195 98.4040 + 27.71
Finalists: Florida, Georgia, Miami, Ohio State —> Georgia

July 28:
4-star Derrick LeBlanc DL 6-4 270 96.3444 + 23.87
Finalists: Florida, Oklahoma, Penn State —> Oklahoma

3-star Ja’Keem Jackson CB 6-1 180 91.1665 + 3.56
Finalists: Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Penn State —> Florida

4-star John Walker DL 6-3 310 95.3743 + 18.75
Finalists: Florida, Michigan, Miami, Ohio State, UCF —> UCF

August 10:
4-star RB Cedric Baxter RB 6-1 215 97.9138 + 26.41
Finalists: Florida, Miami, Texas, Texas A&M

October 1:
4-star DB/ S Jordan Castell S 6-2 195 91.8746 + 4.50
Finalists: Florida, Tennessee
 
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As of 7 July the Gators have 11 commits and are ranked #26. One month ago the Gators had 9 commits and were ranked #40.

  • T.J. Searcy DL 6-5 250 93.4052 + 23.41
  • Treyaun Webb RB 6-1 205 93.2164 + 23.07
  • Isaiah Nixon Edge 6-4 215 92.2422 + 22.11
  • Sharif Denson CB 5-11.5 170 92.0443 + 21.51
  • Gavin Hill DL 6-3 255 91.0770 + 19.94
  • Aaron Gates ATH 6-0 180 90.1401 + 18.25
  • Knijeah Harris IOL 6-3 335 89.1568 + 16.42
  • Marcus Stokes QB 6-2 185 89.0586 + 14.08
  • Creed Whittemore ATH 5-11.5 175 88.3598 + 14.70
  • Bryce Lovett OT 6-5 330 87.5833 + 12.99
  • Tyree Patterson WR 6-2 175 86.5278 + 11.13
 

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As of 8 July the Gators have 12 commits and are ranked #19. Yesterday the Gators had 11 commits and were ranked #26.

  • Eugene Wilson III ATH 5-11 165 93.6624 + 23.66
  • T.J. Searcy DL 6-5 250 93.4052 + 23.41
  • Treyaun Webb RB 6-1 205 93.2164 + 23.07
  • Isaiah Nixon Edge 6-4 215 92.2422 + 22.11
  • Sharif Denson CB 5-11.5 170 92.0443 + 21.51
  • Gavin Hill DL 6-3 255 91.0770 + 19.94
  • Aaron Gates ATH 6-0 180 90.1401 + 18.25
  • Knijeah Harris IOL 6-3 335 89.1568 + 16.42
  • Marcus Stokes QB 6-2 185 89.0586 + 14.08
  • Creed Whittemore ATH 5-11.5 175 88.3598 + 14.70
  • Bryce Lovett OT 6-5 330 87.5833 + 12.99
  • Tyree Patterson WR 6-2 175 86.5278 + 11.13
 

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The Gators are in the top 5 for the following recruits:

  • 4-star Aidan Mizell WR 6-2 180 94.7153 + 24.11
  • 4-star Andy Jean WR 6-1 180 90.3748 + 10.99
  • 4-star Monroe Freeling OT 6-7 283 96.9870 + 26.99
  • July 11:
    4-star Lucas Simmons OT 6-7 300 95.0413 +25.04
    Finalists: Florida, FSU, USC, Tennessee --> FSU
  • July 23:
    4-star Payton Kirkland OT 6-6 345 91.0036 + 8.63
    Finalists: Florida, Oklahoma, Michigan State, Miami
  • 4-star Kelby Collins DL 6-5 280 96.8382 + 26.67
  • July 28:
    4-star Derrick LeBlanc DL 6-4 270 96.3444 + 23.87
    Finalists: Florida, Oklahoma, Penn State —> Oklahoma
  • July 28:
    4-star John Walker DL 6-3 310 95.3743 + 18.75
    Finalists: Florida, Michigan, Miami, Ohio State, UCF —> UCF
  • 4-star Will Norman DL 6-5 290 94.6522 + 19.74
  • 4-star Jordan Hall LB 6-2 225 92.1355 + 10.49
  • 4-star Kamran James DL 6-6.5 265 91.1189 + 7.44
  • 4-star Kayden McDonald DL 6-3 310 90.4528 + 4.21
  • July 23:
    4-star Malik Bryant LB/EDGE 6-2 235 97.7820 + 26.28
    Finalists: Alabama, Florida, Maryland, Miami —> Texas
  • 4-star Lewis Carter LB 6-0 200 92.7500 + 10.78
  • 4-star Karmelo Overton LB 6-0 200 89.5482 + 1.28
  • 5-star Cormani McClain CB 6-1.5 165 99.9180 + 29.92
  • July 28:
    4-star Ja’Keem Jackson CB 6-1 180 91.1665 + 3.56
    Finalists: Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Penn State —> Florida
  • October 1:
    4-star DB/ S Jordan Castell S 6-2 195 91.8746 + 4.50
    Finalists: Florida, Tennessee
  • 4-star Daquayvious Sorey WR 6-2 185 92.6885 + 7.99
  • 3-star Bryce Thornton S 5-10 185 88.2593 + 0.10
 
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Oddly enough, today’s commitment did not come from the visitor list vs USF. Chauncey Bowens must have made last-minute changes to his plans and taken an unofficial visit. Rumors were that Johnny Walker was going to finally commit, but we got Bowens instead.

- Knijeah Harris (IOL) | 2023 | 4-star | National: 405, IOL: 24, FL: 79 | Florida Commit
- Ja'Keem Jackson CB) | 2023 | 4-star | National: 168, CB: 19, FL: 38 | Florida Commit
- Jaden Robinson LB | 2023 | 4-star | National: 382, LB: 31, FL: 71 | Florida Commit
- Kamran James DL | 2023 | 4-star | National: 190, DL: 28, FL: 39 | Florida Commit
- Jordan Castell S | 2023 | 4-star | National: 200, S: 13, FL: 40 | Florida Commit
- John Walker DL | 2023 | 4-star | National: 102, DL: 13, FL: 23 | UCF Commit
- Jordan Hall DL | 2023 | 4-star | National: 123, DL: 16, FL: 29 | 247: 100% FSU / On3: UGA 76.8%
- Charles Lester III CB | 2024 | 5-star | National: 22, CB: 3, FL: 8 | 247: No CB / On3: Bama 83.7%
- Jerrick Gibson RB | 2024 | 5-star | National: 8, RB: 1, FL: 4 | 247: No CB / On3: 33.9% UF
- Adarius Hayes Edge | 2024 | 4-star | National: 40, Edge: 7, FL: 11 | 247: 100% UF / On3: 90.0% UF
- Jaylen Heyward S | 2024 | 4-star | National: 43, S: 5, FL: 13 | 247: No CB / On3: 89.7% UF
- Kendall Jackson DL | 2024 | 4-star | National: 422, DL: 36, FL: 70 | 247: 100% UF / 99.3% UF
- Armondo Blount DL | 2025 | 5-star | National: 5, DL: 2, FL: 1 | 247: No CB / On3: 40.4% UF
- Taevion Swint ATH | 2025 | N/A | N/A | 247: No CB / On3: 79.6% UF
 

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As of 7 October the Gators are ranked #11 in the 2023 recruiting class.
1​
Alabama 18 Commits 94.79 4 11 2 309.21​
2​
Georgia 18 Commits 93.05 2 12 4 289.98​
3​
Notre Dame 23 Commits 93.04 1 19 3 284.68​
4​
Ohio State 19 Commits 93.25 1 16 2 284.63​
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Texas 21 Commits 91.91 2 13 6 284.61​
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Oklahoma 19 Commits 91.72 1 10 8 284.49​
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LSU 18 Commits 92.10 1 12 5 283.99​
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Clemson 19 Commits 91.78 2 14 3 268.16​
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Tennessee 19 Commits 90.26 1 7 11 263.82​
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Miami 17 Commits 92.09 1 8 8 263.37​
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Florida 20 Commits 91.48 0 18 2 260.82
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Penn State 20 Commits 91.63 0 14 6 259.80​
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Oregon 19 Commits 91.05 2 10 7 259.1​
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USC 19 Commits 90.98 2 8 9 258.83​
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South Carolina 20 Commits 89.37 0 10 10 237.51​
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FSU 16 Commits 90.51 1 7 8 236.32​
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Arkansas 23 Commits 88.65 0 8 15 235.97​
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Texas A&M 12 Commits 83.06 2 7 3 230.82​
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Louisville 15 Commits 91.01 1 7 7 217.21​
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Baylor 25 Commits 88.09 0 3 22 219.64​
 

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