Florida football recruiting is expanding its visitors list beyond the waves of uncommitted prospects that have been visiting throughout June.
After hosting his team at a 7on7 tournament this week, the Gators are now expected to get an official visit from a UGA commit at wide receiver.
Ny Carr, out of Moultrie, Georgia, has been committed to the Bulldogs since July of last year but reportedly wants to make an OV to The Swamp.
It would be his third visit to campus.
Florida football recruiting: Trying to make up some lost ground
The Gators haven’t exactly been knocking it out of the park with wide receiver recruiting this cycle. They lost out on TJ Moore to Clemson, and still have lots of work to do as they try to flip Jeremiah Smith from Ohio State.
They could just about erase all of those issues if they flip Ny from Kirby Smart.
Carr is a highly rated talent in the class of 2024, ranked as the 64th-best player in the class of 2024, the 12th-best wideout, and the 9th-best player coming out of Georgia.
Carr is an excellent route runner, with a fantastic ability to change direction, as well as start and stop to lose defenders in coverage.
To add to that quickness and agility in space, he also has the burners to fly by a defender in coverage, or just outrun the defense when he has the ball in his hands.
In his junior season for Colquitt County, he caught 62 balls for 1,051 yards and 10 scores, building off of his sophomore season here he caught 40 for 862 yards and 13 touchdowns.
The “DJ Lagway advantage” that the Gators have over a lot of other schools doesn’t really apply to a battle with UGA. The Dawgs have Dylan Raiola committed, who’s the No. 1 QB in the ’24 cycle and a very appealing teammate for high school receivers.
So Billy Napier and the Gators will have to come up with another way to get Ny to flip his commitment to the good guys.