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Two days after losing sophomore TE Gerald Christian in a transfer, the Gators picked up a commitment from Land O’ Lakes prospect Kent Taylor. Taylor is ranked the No. 1 tight end in America by Rivals and Scout.
Taylor’s pledge pushes the Gators’ upcoming signing class to 17. They can sign 25 players next year.
Rivals.com reported that Taylor visited Penn State in December and plans to visit Alabama for the LSU game next month. He has offers from those schools and a long list of others.
No player’s commitment is binding until he signs a national letter of intent or enrolls early with a football scholarship.
Here is the current stock of Florida commits in coach Will Muschamp’s first full recruiting class:
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Scary stuff. Never before has the Florida Gators head football coach looked so intimidating. And out of his “gourd.” It’s like the eyes on that thing are “carving” your soul to pieces. That right there was some pumpkin humor for you, although technically, pumpkins are gourd-like squashes, but you knew that already, right? [H/T SB [...]
University of Florida head coach Will Muschamp announced on Tuesday that sophomores Gerald Christian (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) and Robert Clark (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) intend to transfer from the program.
GAINESVILLE – Florida kicker Caleb Sturgis has been named a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award.
The Florida Gators have owned Georgia for most of the last 21 years. Only three times in that span have the Bulldogs come out on the winning side of the border war rivalry. 2011 is a different season and not many on this Florida team have experienced too many victories over the Dawgs. Still, there are some things working in Florida's favor leading into the game.
At the midway point of the practice week, there hasn't been anything unexpected for senior quarterback John Brantley. His ankle injury continues to heal, and his reps in practice this week have Florida head coach WIll Muschamp believing that Brantley will get the start when the Gators travel to Jacksonville this weekend for their annual game with Georgia.
State attorney to determine whether charges will be filed after alleged attack of former Alabama CBGAINESVILLE – Sworn complaints against Florida DT Dominique Easley and former Alabama CB Reggie Myles were given to the State Attorney's office Wednesday following an incident earlier this month.
University of Florida redshirt junior kicker Caleb Sturgis (St. Augustine, Fla.) has been named one of 20 semifinalists, for the 2011 Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award presented by the Orange Bowl Committee, the Palm Beach Country Sports Commission announced today.
The Georgia Bulldogs will be facing the Florida Gators this Saturday on nationally televised game. Georgia is on a 5 game winning streak and hoping to
When he stopped by the Gators' practice facility over the summer, former Gator and current Philadelphia 76er Marreese Speights Tweeted a short video.
In the clip, Gators sophomore forward/center Patric Young caught passes off a bounce-back net and repeatedly turned and dunk, one after another in a matter of seconds. You could hear that Speights was impressed by his response in the video.
If John Brantley doesn’t play tomorrow, Georgia wins. Ergo, Brantley plays.
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The Florida Gators are facing a tough challenge from one of the best offenses in the SEC. The annual rivalry game with Georgia is upon us and it is one of the most important of the season and for head coach Will Muschamp's early career at Florida. Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn knows to expect a hard fought game Saturday and talks a little about the match up.