Florida Football Recruiting: QB target Ryan Montgomery set to make decision

The four-star QB is down to three schools, with Georgia as the favorite
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DJ Lagway looked great on Saturday, but Florida Football is still looking to add a QB as part of the class of 2025 for the inevitable day that Lagway's time with the Gators end.

One of their primary QB targets for 2025 is set to make a decision, though the odds he winds up in Gainesville appears to be low.

Florida Football: Between The Hedges

Ryan Montgomery is set to announce his commitment on Wednesday. The QB from Ohio is a consensus four-star prospect and has Florida, South Carolina, and Georgia in his final three.

We profiled Montgomery last month when he announced he had an unofficial visit lined up with the Gators. At the time we said:

"Montgomery operates in a five-wide offense that is frequently sending vertical and wheel routes down the field. His eight minute junior highlight reel showcases a wide range of down the field throws with seemingly little hesitation to let it rip.

He doesn't do it a ton, but he does have some wheel to him and is capable of taking off and running if needed.

His throws could benefit from a bit more zip on them, and because his film has him throwing deep so often, we don't see as many examples of other routes like slants, out routes, digs, etc., though they are on there."

He is set to make a verbal commitment on Wednesday and according to Steve Wiltfong, now with On3, Georgia is the favorite to land his services.

If Montgomery does in fact wind up in Athens it won't be a massive surprise as he would in theory have a chance to play sooner with the Bulldogs than he would with the Gators given the presence of Lagway.

The Gators are also in pursuit of Antwann Hill should Montgomery opt to go elsewhere.