Florida football recruiting continues its big month of June with another loaded slate of official visitors making their way to campus this weekend.
With 13 recruits making the trip, Billy Napier and his staff will be looking to impress both the uncommitted prospects and those committed elsewhere.
The Gators could use a little spark on the trail as well. After gaining lots of momentum and the spring, things have stalled a bit for Napier and co. on the trail, and fans were frustrated that the hype around last weekend didn’t result in a commitment.
Hopefully, they can change that this weekend.
Here’s the full list of recruits visiting Gainesville this weekend.
4-star LB Myles Graham – Gator commit, no real threat to flip him as the cycle continues
4-star TE Walter Matthews – Florida leads, followed by USC, Ohio State, and Michigan. Low odds of a commitment this weekend but feel good
4-star S Zavier Mincey – Heavy Florida lean, UCF, USF, and FSU are all equally far behind. Low odds of commitment this weekend
4-star OT Michael Uini – Texas leads followed by Bama, Clemson, and Michigan. Gators need to make a great impression this weekend
4-star WR Chance Robinson – Miami commit who was a long-time Gator lean. Decent flip chance but have a lot of work to do
4-star WR Jerrae Hawkins – Penn State leads, Gators in second place. IMG product may give Gators a little hope but work to do
4-star EDGE Jaylen Harvey – Penn State is a massive favorite, Gators down around 4th place. Long shot add to the class
3-star TE Eric Karner – Iowa and Michigan State ahead of Gators, but still a solid shot. Will be hard to pull him from Big Ten country
3-star S Justin Denson – COMMIT WATCH. On3 has Gators in second place but Denson has made it sound like he loves UF
3-star OT Marcus Mascoll – LSU is the big favorite, Gators still pressing for a flip
3-star S Ashton Hampton – Gators lead with Clemson and Arkansas behind
3-star OT Mike Williams – South Carolina leads, Florida way down the list but trying to come back
3-star DL Michai Boireau – Gators lead with Michigan and South Carolina trailing
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