The Florida Gators ended the regular season with a bang as they blew out Florida State. The Florida Gators will also like to close strong with their recruiting class as early National Signing Day is almost here. Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators will be hosting eight recruits this weekend and six of them are currently committed to Florida. The other two official visitors coming this weekend are committed to other schools. The Gators will host one five-star, three four-star and four three-stars this weekend. Here are the eight official visitors that’ll be at the University of Florida this weekend.
Fenley Graham is a three-star cornerback out of Lakeland High School in Lakeland, Florida. Graham made his pledge to the Gators over the summer and hasn’t wavered on his commitment. The three-star cornerback is coming off a terrific senior season on defense and special teams. He can make a big impact as a kick and punt returner. Graham is expected to sign early to the University of Florida. On the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, Graham is the 695th ranked recruit and the 51st ranked cornerback in the country. During his recruitment, Graham has received 11 offers from schools like Florida, Kentucky, Miami, Nebraska, North Carolina and Utah.
Tre’Vez Johnson is a three-star safety out of Bartram Trail High School in Jacksonville, Florida. Florida was the first blue blood program to recruit the Bartram Trail defensive back. Johnson committed to the Florida Gators over the summer after attending a camp. Johnson showcased his skills and impressed the Florida coaching staff. After a great senior season, other top programs have been recruiting him but he remains solid to Florida. Tre’Vez Johnson is expected to sign early to the University of Florida. On 247 Sports, Johnson is the 803rd ranked recruit and the 74th ranked safety in the country. During his recruitment, Johnson has received 27 offers from schools like Army, Clemson, Florida, Minnesota, Nebraska and Virginia Tech.
Richard Leonard is a three-star offensive guard out of Cocoa High School in Cocoa, Florida. Leonard is another Florida commit that announced his commitment over the summer. Leonard has already taken official visits to Georgia Tech, Kentucky and Tennessee. He was also committed to the Kentucky Wildcats before making his pledge to Florida. Richard Leonard is expected to sign and enroll early at the University of Florida. On the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, Leonard is the 760th ranked recruit and the 45th ranked offensive guard in the country. During his recruitment, Leonard has received 27 offers from schools like Florida, Florida State, Kentucky, Miami, Oregon and Tennessee
Derek Wingo is a five-star linebacker out of St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Wingo was a humongous get for the Gators as they were able to flip him from Penn State. Since flipping, Wingo’s commitment has been very solid to Florida as he hasn’t taken any other visits. He’s also been trying to recruit some of the top recruits in the 2020 cycle. Derek Wingo will also play in the All-American Bowl. Derek Wingo is expected to sign early to the University of Florida. On Rivals, Wingo is the 19th ranked recruit and the fourth ranked linebacker in the country. During his recruitment, Wingo has received 29 offers from schools like Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Miami, Michigan, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State and Texas.
Morven Joseph is a three-star defensive end out of Lake Gibson High School in Lakeland, Florida. Joseph is one of two recruits that’ll be on campus this weekend committed elsewhere. However, Joseph was previously committed to the Florida Gators before flipping to Florida State. With Willie Taggart no longer at FSU, Joseph is taking another look at the Florida Gators. On the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, Joseph is the 484th ranked recruit and the 20th ranked weak-side defensive end in the country. During his recruitment, Joseph has received 27 offers from schools like Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Miami and Texas A&M.
Donell Harris is a four-star defensive end out of Gulliver Schools in Miami, Florida. Harris is currently committed to Texas A&M but the Gators pushing real hard for the Miami native. Before committing to the Aggies, Harris was a 2021 Miami commit. Harris decommitted form Miami and also reclassed to the 2020 class. Florida is the biggest threat to flip Harris from the Aggies. Donell Harris will play in the All-American Bowl. He’ll be one to watch as he’s expected to sign early on December 18th. On 247 Sports, Harris is the 49th ranked recruit and the second ranked weak-side defensive end in the country. During his recruitment, Harris has received 24 offers from schools like Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, LSU and Penn State.
Anthony Richardson is a four-star quarterback out of Eastside High School in Gainesville, Florida. Richardson had an interesting recruitment with the Florida Gators. The hometown kid was previously committed to Florida but backed off his pledge last spring. He would later recommit to Florida a month later. Since recommitting, Richardson has remained solid to Florida and the Gators have remained solid to him. Anthony Richardson is expected to sign and enroll early at the University of Florida. On ESPN, Richardson is the 186th ranked recruit and the seventh ranked dual-threat quarterback in the country. During his recruitment, Richardson has received 17 offers from schools like Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Penn State and Virginia Tech.
Jaquavion Fraziars is a four-star wide receiver out of Dunnellon High School in Dunnellon, Florida. Fraziars has been one of Florida’s most solid commits. He did take an official visit to Penn State but it didn’t affect his recruitment. Fraziars has been selected to play in the Under Armour All-American Game. Fraziars is also expected to sign early at the University of Florida. On ESPN, Fraziars is the 118th ranked recruit and the 19th ranked wide receiver in the country. During his recruitment, Richardson has received 12 offers from schools like Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Miami and Penn State.