Posted March 06, 2012 on florida.scout.com
PLAYERS: Sharrif Floyd
TEAMS: Florida Gators
The University of Florida has suddenly been hot in their Pennsylvania recruiting and more so the Philadelphia area. Sharrif Floyd a couple of years ago came on board and in the 2012 class Skyler Mornhinweg and Colin Thompson both signed with the Gators. It only makes sense to keep going there and a big one in Mi9ke McGlinchey is one of the latest to give Florida a chance.
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