When you are in the business of college football then you never rest. Florida football is no different than the rest as coach Mullen and staff are still hard on the recruiting trail.
With some big-time talent still on the board, there is plenty to be happy about, if you’re Dan Mullen. As the Gators build their team for the future they continue to climb nationally with their recruiting class.
Florida football is No. 4 nationally and number one in SEC for the class of 2021.
But it does not stop there. Here are a few top guys and they both would not mind dawning the orange and blue in 2021.
Christian Leary, WR
This four-star guy comes out of Orlando, Florida and is poised to be a star in college.
There is one thing that comes to mind the minute you see his tape, fast! The man has speed and more speed.
As a track star, he excels at the speed portion and he carries that over to football speed. When he touches the ball he leaves people behind.
Here is the thing, he can do it all on offense. If he gets the ball from backfield he can hit a hole and be by the next guy before you know it.
Pitch him an end-around and forget it. The knock on him is not even worth mentioning because I don’t see it as a factor, but many do unfortunately. The fact that he is only five-foot-nine and some believe this will hinder him.
But watch the tape I provided and that fear can go right out the window. He is the real deal and would fit perfectly in the Florida football family.
Being from Orlando he knows what it means to play for Florida football and that is why he has them on a short-list of schools he wants to visit. We will welcome him in with a GatorNation Chomp Chomp.
Laurence Seymour, OL
This is a six-foot-two 293 pound man with a mission. He comes out of Miami Fl Central and lives up to the four-stars he has next to his name.
He has really quick feet off the ball. This is key to handle the fast rush of an SEC defensive lineman. He has more than quickness and he possesses the power to open a hole and move people out of his way.
Yes he has committed to Miami but there is still room for him to change his mind;
“I’m still committed but I have interest in other schools,” Seymour said on his status with Miami. “Mainly Florida and my final decision will be on signing day. FSU, LSU, Georgia, Tennessee, Oregon and Miami are recruiting me hard too.”
He goes on to state; “I plan to visit,” he said on if he wants to visit Florida. “I just want to see a practice and see the love they show.”
Well, we know how to show love to future Florida football players, so that is not an issue. And once he steps foot in the swamp it will be a done deal. We know his goal is the NFL and a National Championship and it is with Florida football were that can become reality. So, Mr. Seymore we will see you at The Swamp.
Once again the job of recruiting never ends in college football and the Gators will always be or step above the rest.