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Recruiting Update: Summer 2022 Edition

Escambia94

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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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Billy's getting PUMMELED by fans and media after the Rashada fiasco PLUS a general fall-off in what was once a seemingly "upward trend" in recruiting...I don't think it's fair--though SURE, it worries me too...Bowman bolting added to the concern (yeah, we had a bit of a "crowd" of talented guys at the RB position, but I had heard that BOWMAN was at or near the top of the list as far as who was "ready for primetime"); meanwhile, the ensuing various "decent additions" aren't gonna build a winner here. That's BEEN the storyline here for YEARS (and more than one Coach, by the way). With Napier's hiring we were ALL hoping for a steady turn-around, at the very LEAST!
Now comes the latest broadside from Finebaum.
Always an Alabama guy to start with, even if he goes hard on the Gator fan base I can't say he is just plain "WRONG": There is a certain basic underlying truth to what he says...We DO likely "expect" more than what is "reasonably likely" coming INTO this season, no matter what.
BUT THAT isn't necessarily a BAD thing:
After Mullen, brought in to "fix" a litany of bad trends and habits here already, considering more than ever the specific complaints and disappointments we had with the state of our program AND a laundry list of frustrating events, you're damn RIGHT we EXPECTED the next Coach, and the regime he established here, to bring clear "change for the better".
And at first it seemed we were getting just that.
Even now, I'm not saying that was illusory. Maybe it turning out to be a bit of a rough road here (still early on, after all) was somewhat to be expected, and Finebaum's shot somewhat of a predictably cheap one.
I'm not ready to give up on Billy, or even to begin waving warning flags--no more than the ones I had out from the very start about this being a long, hard road back, and one that probably would require some patience this FIRST season with so MUCH "new and different"--even if it DOES manifest as the start of our "return":
As I said weeks ago, we probably can't expect much better than BARELY breaking .500 with this schedule...So all in all, it's NOT likely gonna be "pretty" or particularly satisfying.
Oh, hopefully we'll have our moments:
If AR gets on track, our RBs break out, and the D really IS a clear upgrade, maybe we can do a little better than that, surprise EVERYONE somewhat and find ourselves in a whole different position a year from now...But it is probably somewhat of a danger (a typical one for our fans) to EXPECT that.
I admit it: I am stealing myself for a certain level of "frustration and disappointment"--because in spite of myself, like yourselves I will once again be living, BREATHING Gator football in a coupla months. No matter what I say, what I tell myself, the mistakes will HURT, the losses ACHE, and I'll be looking for ANY SIGN OF HOPE.
 

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(See comment directly above ^^^...)
Upon reflection, it occurs to me that I over-complicated my intended message above.
Let me step back and more or less "simplify":
LET'S GIVE BILLY NAPIER A PROPER CHANCE!
And by that I mean, at minimum, a first season AND a subsequent full round of recruiting before we begin to evaluate how his program is performing and/or where it is headed.
Even then, there'll be the danger of "jumping the gun", prematurely judging too harshly the progress (or supposed lack thereof).
That is ALWAYS a "danger" at UF!
However, going at him like this before even a game is played, judging what little he has had time and/or been in a position to act on in the very short time (not to mention absurdly difficult hole the program he inherited was in, thanks to Mullen's strange organizational collapse leading up to his firing), well, this is ridiculous--over-the-top unfair even for us!
We hired this guy to much enthusiastic hew and cry; let's give him a chance.
If this doesn't work out, it will be a VERY long road back. As it is, we must accept the fact that getting back to "elite status" promises to require a certain amount of time and patience, regardless.
Can we manage EITHER, let alone BOTH??!
We MUST.
 

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We have to give Napier at least until the end of this recruiting season to repair some of the damaged relationships with high school coaches at the same powerhouse high schools that I have been griping about for years: Bradenton IMG Academy, Jacksonville Bolles, Jacksonville University Christian, Orlando Dr. Phillips, Orlando Winter Park, Apopka Wekiva, Fort Lauderdale St Thomas Aquinas, Belle Glade Glades Central, Belle Glades Glades Day, Lakeland, Pahokee, Miami Central, Bradenton Manatee, Jacksonville Trinity Christian, Seffner Armwood, and Plantation American Heritage. See this thread:https://www.gatorenvy.com/threads/top-sunshine-state-high-schools-for-the-florida-gators.20942/. Urban Meyer grabbed players from all those schools quite regularly, other than IMG Academy, which was still new at the time. Will Muschamp to his credit did grab some of the best defensive players from those schools, but few of the best offensive players. Or, if they were good offensive players they were suspended or kicked off the team. By the time Jim McElwain showed up Florida lost all momentum with the best recruits from the best high schools to Alabama, Georgia, FSU, Michigan, and Ohio State (especially when Urban Meyer showed up). Dan Mullen looked as if he was repairing some of the damage until something happened to him around the time Marco Wilson threw that cleat down the field.

Look at the high schools that Napier is recruiting. He is slowly rebuilding the connections that UF has lost since Urban Meyer left in 2009 (yes, I do not count Zombie Urban Meyer from 2010). I am still a bit concerned about balancing recruits from offense and defense, so Napier is going to have to make a splash recruiting the transfer portal when it comes to quarterbacks.
 
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(@Escambia94, )
Yes. You zero in on the history--the problems and the trends.
I REALLY hope he CAN fill out his line-up in the transfer portal now and into 2023 too.
We need more depth all over the field--but even if (hopefully, WHEN) AR truly blossoms into the talent he has shown enormous promise of being, we will still need to begin building our own "QB pipeline" at Florida--and soon.
As I've noted, the one position we HAD solid depth at was RB, which took at least somewhat of a hit (in terms of "promise" at least) when Bowman portaled out to UCF recently. We still have our share of "potential" there, so we'll just have to "make do and see" from here.
That pretty well sums up what the whole program is coming down to as far as 2022 is concerned as it fast approaches.
I know, I KNOW: "Napier's idea of offense is an 'old school', run FIRST scheme..."
But I sure am hoping there's also a certain dynamic flexibility to his underlying philosophy and practical approach. He will NEED it at THIS level of play--and I have a feeling he knows that, knew it coming IN.
Still, I'll not allow myself too much optimism regarding THIS season:
"Hope for the best, prepare for a certain amount of frustration and disappointment."
How much the "hope" is answered in wins, while the "frustration and disappointment" is relatively limited after ALL, will ultimately be reflected in our record and how we will view our future as the season unfolds.
 

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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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Three commitments to watch on Saturday, 23 July:


- 4-star Payton Kirkland OT 6-6 345 91.0036 + 8.63; Finalists: Florida, Oklahoma, Michigan State, Miami (7:30 ET announcement leaked as Texas the day before) —> Texas
- 4-star Malik Bryant LB/EDGE 6-2 235 97.7820 + 26.28; Finalists: Alabama, Florida, Maryland, Miami (5:25 ET announcement) —> Pushed Back commitment
- 4-star Joenel Aguero DB/S 6-0 195 98.4040 + 27.71; Finalists: Florida, Georgia, Miami, Ohio State (12:30 ET announcement) —> Georgia
 
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Three commitments to watch on Saturday, 23 July:


- 4-star Payton Kirkland OT 6-6 345 91.0036 + 8.63; Finalists: Florida, Oklahoma, Michigan State, Miami (7:30 ET announcement leaked as Texas the day before) —> Texas
- 4-star Malik Bryant LB/EDGE 6-2 235 97.7820 + 26.28; Finalists: Alabama, Florida, Maryland, Miami (5:25 ET announcement) —> Pushed Back commitment
- 4-star Joenel Aguero DB/S 6-0 195 98.4040 + 27.71; Finalists: Florida, Georgia, Miami, Ohio State (12:30 ET announcement) —> Georgia
So. We ARE "moving up" pretty steadily now...
But what does it all really add up to?
We just won't know until we see this team play--and maybe not so much even then: I mean, who knows WHAT to expect against Utah, and that one's followed by Kentucky and Tennessee (both picked ahead of us in the East at this point).
It is hard to do much more right now than try to settle back, reserve judgment, try to stay calm and patient for now.
 

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The Gators went 0-2-1 yesterday in recruiting announcements and are falling further behind Georgia and Miami.
 

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So we were "picking it up" there for a while--but just as fast it seems we are falling back again of late.
I'm torn between a ("hopefully realistic") impression that our new Coach is doing about as well as anyone could hope, better than expected (at least up until these last few days), and lets face it) a WHOLE lot better than where Mullens had (or WOULD have had) us at this point...and at the same time a sinking feeling that without a really big finish to the current class, plus a real BREAK OUT HAUL next year, even this "great coaching staff", attention to detail and "a whole new TEAM-attitude" surrounding the program itself won't bring the kind of dazzling improvevent it will take to bring us back to "par" with the Tide, UGA and a handful of "maybe others" anytime soon.
And we ALL know how UNrealistically impatient Gator fans are...
(This last is what concerns me the most:
Above all, I believe that even if Billy is as promising a head Coach (perhaps even "the perfect fit, here and now") for UF Football as it appears he may truly BE, he won't be GIVEN THE TIME to do what needs to be DONE here.)
 

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So we were "picking it up" there for a while--but just as fast it seems we are falling back again of late.
I'm torn between a ("hopefully realistic") impression that our new Coach is doing about as well as anyone could hope, better than expected (at least up until these last few days), and lets face it) a WHOLE lot better than where Mullens had (or WOULD have had) us at this point...and at the same time a sinking feeling that without a really big finish to the current class, plus a real BREAK OUT HAUL next year, even this "great coaching staff", attention to detail and "a whole new TEAM-attitude" surrounding the program itself won't bring the kind of dazzling improvevent it will take to bring us back to "par" with the Tide, UGA and a handful of "maybe others" anytime soon.
And we ALL know how UNrealistically impatient Gator fans are...
(This last is what concerns me the most:
Above all, I believe that even if Billy is as promising a head Coach (perhaps even "the perfect fit, here and now") for UF Football as it appears he may truly BE, he won't be GIVEN THE TIME to do what needs to be DONE here.)
Stricklin will give Napier at least 5 years to build on his 7-year contract. Remember that Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State, and Michigan have been recruiting these 2023 kids for at least 3 years (sophomore year is the earliest NCAA allows a kid to be recruited).
 

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The following recruits will be announcing their school choices this week:

  • 4-star Aidan Mizell WR 6-2 180 94.7153 + 24.11 Finalists: Florida, Alabama, Tennessee
  • 4-star Malik Bryant LB/EDGE 6-2 235 97.7820 + 26.28
    Finalists: Alabama, Florida, Maryland, Miami —> Miami

Mizell of Orlando (Fla.) Boone is predicted to choose Florida, since both his parents were Gator athletes (his mom was an All-American in track).

Bryant of Orlando (Fla.) Jones is also predicted to choose Florida, but has shown indecision by rescheduling his commitment date multiple times.
 
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Stricklin will give Napier at least 5 years to build on his 7-year contract. Remember that Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State, and Michigan have been recruiting these 2023 kids for at least 3 years (sophomore year is the earliest NCAA allows a kid to be recruited).
Oh, I certainly agree. In fact, that business about how deeply our elite SEC teams and a handful of others had been plowing these same fields (that happen to be OUR BACKYARD!) for some years (while Mullen didn't bother), is a salient point we all would do well to remember:
It will take at least a couple of seasons to reestablishing ties, rebuild our image and profile in this whole new CFB reality, and really gather the kind of momentum we once had but have long since squandered.
It won't always be pretty, let alone EASY, to watch--but we'll just have to find our excitement and pleasures ahead in the likely rollercoaster to come, ride its thrills, accept its disappointments, and ultimately find satisfaction in consistent excellence and our eventual return to the top.
 

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The Gators are hosting their annual Friday Night Lights camp and barbecue this weekend and have a host of top prospects expected to be in attendance, including

5-star CB Cormani McClain
5-star EDGE Jaquavious Russaw
5-star DL James Smith
5-star EDGE Samuel M'Pemba

The following athletes could make announcements soon after:

4-star WR Aidan Mizell
4-star S Jordan Castell
4-star CB Ja'Keem Jackson —> Florida July 28, 2022
4-star ATH Daquayvious Sorey
4-star WR Andy Jean
4-star DL Will Norman
4-star DL Kamran James

Rumor has it that 4-star CB Dijon Johnson may flip from Ohio State to Florida.
 
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I am consolidating the earlier recruit lists. As of July 29, the Gators have earned commitments from 13 of the 26 athletes targeted. 4 of the recruits from the target list committed to Miami and 2 committed to FSU. 1 recruit from the board committed to Georgia, Texas, Oklahoma, UCF, or Notre Dame. There are 31 athletes still on the board in the last week before the dead period that runs August 1-31. Florida might get a couple commitments at Friday Night Lights.

7/7/2022 - #26
7/8/2022 - #19
7/30/2022 - #12
NameSchoolNotes
Aaron Gates Trinity Christian (Sharpsburg, GA) ATH 6-0 180 90.1401 + 18.25​
Florida​
FNL
Aidan Mizell Boone (Orlando, FL) WR 6-2 180 96.5821 + 25.15​
Florida​
Andy Jean Northwestern (Miami, FL) WR 6-1 / 180 0.9037​
Florida​
FNL
Bryce Lovett Rockledge (Rockledge, FL) OT 6-5 330 87.5833 + 12.99​
Florida​
FNL
Bryce Thornton Milton (Alpharetta, GA) S 5-10 185 88.2593 + 3.76​
FNL
Caden Jones OT 6-7 305 89.0000 + 3.91FNL
Cedric Baxter Jr. Edgewater (Orlando, FL) RB 6-1 / 215 0.9791​
Cormani McClain Lakeland (Lakeland, FL) CB 6-1.5 / 165 0.9992​
FNL
Creed Whittemore Buchholz (Gainesville, FL) ATH 5-11.5 175 88.3598 + 14.70​
Florida​
FNL
Damon Wilson Venice (Venice, FL) EDGE 6-4 / 230 0.9783​
Daquavious Sorey WR 6-2 185 92.6885 + 21.46​
FNL
Derrick LeBlanc Osceola (Kissimmee, FL) DL 6-4 / 270 0.9634​
Oklahoma​
Dijon Johnson CB 6-1 190 95.6037 + 25.45​
Duce Robinson Pinnacle (Phoenix, AZ) TE 6-6 / 225 0.9902​
Eugene Wilson III Gaither (Tampa, FL) ATH 5-11 / 165 0.9365​
Florida​
Francis Mauigoa IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) OT 6-5 / 330 0.9954​
Miami​
Gavin Hill F. W. Buchholz (Gainesville, FL) DL 6-3 / 255 0.9108​
Florida​
FNL
Grayson Howard Andrew Jackson (Jacksonville, FL) LB 6-3 / 223 0.9119​
Isaiah Nixon Edge 6-4 215 92.2422 + 22.11​
Florida​
FNL
Ja'Keem Jackson Osceola (Kissimmee, FL) CB 6-1 / 180 0.9117​
Florida​
Jaden Rashada QB 6-4 185 97.7422 + 27.74​
Miami​
James Smith DL 6-4 310 99.1450 + 29.15​
FNL
Jaquavious Russaw Edge 6-2 230 98.5878 + 28.41​
FNL
Joenel Aguero St. John's Prep (Danvers, MA) S 6-0 / 195 0.9840​
Georgia​
John Walker Osceola (Kissimmee, FL) DL 6-3 / 310 0.9537​
UCF​
Johntay Cook II DeSoto (DeSoto, TX) WR 6-0 / 170 0.9839​
Jordan Castell West Orange (Winter Garden, FL) S 6-2 / 195 0.9187​
Florida​
FNL
Jordan Hall Westside (Jacksonville, FL) DL 6-4.5 / 300 0.9337​
Justin Jefferson Pearl River C.C. (Poplarville, MS) LB 6-1 / 215​
Kamran James Olympia (Orlando, FL) DL 6-6.5 / 265 0.9115​
FNL
Karmelo Overton LB 6-0 200 89.5482 + 6.89
Kayden McDonald North Gwinnett (Suwanee, GA) DL 6-3 / 310 0.9045​
Kelby Collins Gardendale (Gardendale, AL) DL 6-5 / 280 0.9685​
FNL
Keldric Faulk Highland Home (Highland Home, AL) DL 6-5 / 240 0.9604​
FSU​
Keon Keeley Berkeley Prep (Tampa, FL) EDGE 6-6 / 242 0.9955​
Notre Dame​
Knijeah Harris IOL 6-3 335 89.1568 + 16.42​
Florida​
FNL
Lucas Simmons Clearwater Academy International (Clearwater, FL) OT 6-7 / 300 0.9504​
FSU​
Malik Bryant Jones (Orlando, FL) LB 6-2 / 235 0.9778​
Miami​
Marcus Stokes QB 6-2 185 89.0586 +15.26​
Florida​
Michael Mitchell RB 6-0 195 89.2016 + 4.79UtahFNL
Monroe Freeling Oceanside Collegiate Academy (Mount Pleasant, SC) OT 6-7 / 283 0.9699​
Payton Kirkland Dr. Phillips (Orlando, FL) OT 6-6 / 345 0.9100​
Texas​
Peter Woods DL 6-4 265 98.7468 + 28.75​
Clemson​
Raul Aguirre Whitewater (Fayetteville, GA) LB 6-2 / 220 0.9454​
Miami​
Raylen Wilson Lincoln (Tallahassee, FL) LB 6-2 / 213 0.9645 -- Michigan​
Richard Young Lehigh Senior (Lehigh Acres, FL) RB 5-11 / 200 0.9874​
Roderick Kearney Orange Park (Orange Park, FL) IOL 6-4 / 300 0.9425​
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​
FNL
Samuel Omosigho LB 6-1 208 88.8611 +11.44​
Oklahoma​
Sharif Denson Bartram Trail (Jacksonville, FL) CB 5-11.5 / 170 0.9204​
Florida​
FNL
T.J. Searcy Upson-Lee (Thomaston, GA) DL 6-5 / 250 0.9344​
Florida​
FNL
Tony Mitchell Thompson (Alabaster, AL) CB 6-2 / 180 0.9903​
Treyaun Webb Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, FL) RB 6-1 / 205 0.9324​
Florida​
FNL
Troy Bowles Jesuit (Tampa, FL) LB 6-1 / 205 0.9797​
Tyler Williams Lakeland (Lakeland, FL) WR 6-3 / 180 0.9354​
Tyree Adams OT 6-5 285 92.3312 + 15.04LSUFNL
Tyree Patterson WR 6-2 175 86.5278 + 11.13​
Florida​
FNL
Will Norman IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) DL 6-5 / 290 0.9468​
FNL
Xzavier McLeod Camden (Camden, SC) DL 6-4 / 324 0.9323​
Zavion Hardy Tattnall Square Academy (Macon, GA) DL 6-5 / 262 0.9480​
 
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