Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators have landed one of the top offensive tackle in the country. Four-star offensive tackle Joshua Braun has officially verbally committed to the University of Florida. Braun committed to Florida just two days after decommitting from the Georgia Bulldogs. With his commitment, the Florida Gators now have the sixth ranked recruiting class passing Texas and Georgia. Braun is the 23rd commit in the Florida Gators 2020 recruiting class. He is also the fifth offensive lineman in the class with Richard Leonard, Issiah Walker, Gerald Mincey and Jovens Janvier.
Who is Joshua Braun?
Joshua Braun is a four-star offensive tackle out of Suwannee High School in Live Oak, Florida. Braun is one of the top offensive linemen in the 2020 recruiting class and addresses a major need for the Florida Gators offense. During his recruiting process, Braun has received eight offers from some of the top programs in the country. He has received offers from Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Miami, Michigan and South Carolina. Braun is also one of the highest ranked recruits in his position. On 247 Sports, Braun is the 231st ranked recruit and the 19th raked offensive tackle in the country. On ESPN, Braun is the 290th ranked recruit and the eleventh ranked offensive guard in the country. Florida’s offensive line coach John Hevesy is Braun’s primary recruiter for the Gators.
Joshua Braun is a 6’6” 335 pound offensive tackle. He is a big, physical offensive tackle that plays with a nasty attitude. He is a physical specimen with tremendous size and strength. His overpowers people with his large frame and strength. Braun plays as hard as he can until the whistle blows. He’s got a great motor and moves pretty well for his size. Braun has the potential to be one of the top offensive tackles once he gets on campus. Being an early enrollee, Braun will compete for a starting job as both of Florida’s tackles struggled. This is a great pickup for Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators.