Florida football is covering every inch of the United States in an effort to bring the best talent they possibly can into their 2025 recruiting class.
Today, they went out to Utah to offer one of the best offensive tackles in 2025, and a guy who already has the size to play in the SEC.
Aaron Dunn, a 4-star OT out of Spanish Fork, Utah, received an offer from the Gators today, after already collecting lots of offers from schools in the PAC-12.
Billy Napier and his staff are making both lines one of their top priorities this cycle, and landing a player like Dunn would go a long way toward helping their OL class.
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Aaron currently stands at 6'7''-290, which is just a few pounds shy of big enough to be a starter in the SEC. But he has even more room to grow, and 247 Sports says that he has "elite size and frame projectability."
Even though he's already a massive presence on the exterior of the line, he still has great agility and athleticism to move laterally and bend in pass protection. Not to mention how willing and able he is to get to the second level on run plays.
It's hard to look at Dunn's tape and find something to complain about, making it no wonder why Napier and his staff are after him.
On3's Industry Ranking has Aaron ranked as the 91st-best player in the country, the No. 10 offensive tackle, and the best player coming out of Utah.
As of now BYU has a slim lead in his recruitment, followed by Utah, Arizona, and Washington State.
If the Gators are able to get Dunn down for a visit in the near future, they could quickly thrust themselves up into his recruitment.