Florida football recruiting has already locked in 20 commitments in the 2024 recruiting cycle with a 70% blue-chip rating and the third-ranked class in the country.
But even with a very good class already on hand, we won’t see Billy Napier and his staff take their foot off the gas any time soon.
One position that they could potentially look to add to is their offensive line class. The Gators have four OL already on board, but there’s no reason that they won’t look to upgrade.
Guys are being taken off the board and committing to other schools, but Florida still has a couple of talented guys on their OL board.
Florida football recruiting: The bigger the better
We’ve talked on this site about how massive the Gators’ OL is going to be this year, and they’re recruiting guys with the intention of keeping that size advantage.
The top guy still on their board however doesn’t have the height of these guys, but is still one of the best OL prospects in the country.
Jordan Seaton, out of IMG Academy is ranked as the 38th-best player in the country, the 2nd-best OT in the class, and the 6th-best player coming out of Florida.
He’s a consensus top-five OT and has been on Florida’s radar for a while.
His lone visit to The Swamp was in May of this year for an unofficial. Ohio State is currently the heavy favorite for Jordan, and the Gators will have to work hard to earn another visit if they want a real shot at landing him.
The other guy that Napier is looking at is Favour Edwin from McDonough, Georgia.
Edwin does fit the size of the Gators’ OL, standing at 6’8”-290. He’s rated as a three-star prospect and the 60th-best OT in the class.
While his ratings don’t jump off the page like Seaton’s he’s the type of guy that Billy has been recruiting and landing all cycle and is currently favored to be a Gator.