Posted November 12, 2013 on florida.scout.com
recruiting is taking on quite a banter with the Florida Gators right now. Florida remains on the finalist lists for several top prospects that remain uncommitted out there. Florida needs a strong finish and has shown plenty of need across the board for top talent. Here is a look at four big time prospects in Adoree Jackson, Jamal Adams, Jordan Simms, and David Sharpe and what we feel is going on.
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