Posted December 12, 2012 on
The Florida Gators are peaking at the right time as the move closer and closer to National Signing Day. Will Muschamp, Brian White and Joker Phillips will arrive for the in home visit around 5pm today. When they do they will greet the newest Florida Gator Demarcus Robinson.
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Just one day after adding outside linebacker Matt Rolin to their 2013 football recruiting class, the Florida Gators lost another at the same position. Quinton Powell decided the numbers didn’t work in his favor and reopened his recruitment.
Powell’s exit doesn’t come as much of a surprise. There were rumors that he would still look around after finding out the Gators weren’t...
The Florida Gators 2013 football recruiting class grew substantially over the weekend. The Gators added three prospects to their commitment list, including the return of offensive lineman Roderick Johnson. Along with Johnson’s return to the good guys, the Gators brought aboard outside linebacker Matt Rolin and offensive lineman Roderick Johnson (pushing me even further behind...
The recruiting train hasn’t stopped for the Florida Gators. On Wednesday, four-star wide receiver Demarcus Robinson flipped his commitment from Clemson to Florida and instantly became one of the most important members of the 2013 recruiting class. With reports that Robinson may visit Gainesville as early as this upcoming weekend, a commitment–if coming–wasn’t expected until...
Trey Burton, a running back for the Florida Gators, was married today to his girlfriend/fiance Yesenia. The two tied the knot today (as many did) on 12/12/12. The happy couple are expecting their first child around New Years Day. And according … Continue reading →
Florida flipped Demarcus Robinson on Wednesday and they now have the top wide receiver in Georgia on their commitment list. Robinson is a big get for the Gators.
Florida safety Matt Elam capped off a strong season by being named a first team AP All-American. The Gators also placed punter Kyle Christy, defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd and kicker Caleb Sturgis on the third team.
No one expected an 11-1 regular season in Gainesville. The Gators opened the season ranked No. 23 in the polls without an identity on offense. The defense was set with experienced players coming back, but there weren’t All-Americans or household names covering the roster. That changed as the season continued to progress and the Gators had multiple players go through breakout years.
Florida head coach Billy Donovan will be in a position he has been in just once all season when the Gators tip off at Arizona on Saturday. He’ll have his entire roster available. No suspensions, no concussions, no nagging injuries. The only other time that happened was before Florida’s 33-point pummeling of Marquette. The full roster means Donovan has plenty of chess pieces to play.