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Written by Andrew Spivey, January 29, 2016, 0 Comments,
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The Florida Gators recruiting visitor list for this coming weekend is a solid one as several big-name uncommitted prospects will be in Gainesville for visits.

This is the last weekend and the last chance for the Gators’ coaching staff to talk and visit with prospects before National Signing Day next Wednesday.

While Florida has a great class of 26 prospects already, the Gators coaching staff is working hard to add a few more missing pieces and a few them will be on campus this weekend.

Here’s the Florida Gators recruiting visitors list for this weekend:

Alabama invading the Sunshine state

The Florida Gators will have their four Alabama commits on campus this weekend when running back Lamical Perine, safety Jeawon Taylor, cornerback Tony Nelson and linebacker Jeremiah Moon take their officials visit to Florida this weekend.

Perine, who is solid to Florida, will be in Gainesville for the second straight weekend as the Gators have held off the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Taylor is coming off a good visit to the Georgia Bulldogs two weekends ago and will come on campus as the Gators try to solidify his commitment.

Florida will also try to make sure that everything with Moon is solid, as Mississippi State has come on late. The Gators are in great shape to hold onto the linebacker.

One of the most underrated prospects in the class is Tony Nelson and he will be in Gainesville for the first time since committing this weekend.

Commits coming to town

Florida will play host to three other committed prospects this weekend when cornerback Quincy Lenton, cornerback C.J. McWilliams and cornerback Tony Nelson take their official visits to Gainesville.

Lenton has been a solid commit to Florida since committing in July and will be back on campus for the first time since the Florida State game.

McWilliams is a guy that has seemed shaky in the class for some time now. He’s coming on campus this weekend and needs to feel wanted in the Gators class.

The Florida Gators first commit of the 2016 cycle was Rick Wells and he just recently celebrated his one-year anniversary of being in the class. Wells will be on campus to help recruit his good friend Tyrie Cleveland.

Two huge out of state visitors

The two biggest remaining targets on the Florida Gators recruiting board are receiver Tyrie Cleveland and cornerback Kristian Fulton and both are scheduled to be in Gainesville this weekend.

Cleveland, who is committed to Houston right now, has family in the Jacksonville area and the Gators are surging in his recruitment as of late. Cleveland is one of the best receivers in the country and the Gators are hoping to secure his commitment this weekend.

Fulton is one of the top cornerbacks in the country and right now the Florida Gators and LSU Tigers are battling for his commitment. Florida has been a school that Fulton has liked for some time now and the Gators will get the last contact with him.

Transfer visiting

The Florida Gators will host Rhode Island offensive line transfer Tyler Catalina this weekend after the Gators reached out to him last week. Catalina was a three year player at Rhode Island, but is looking to finish out his fourth and final year elsewhere. Coach Mike Summers visited Catalina on Thursday afternoon.

Andrew Spivey

About Andrew Spivey

Andrew always knew he wanted to be involved with sports in some capacity. He began by coaching high school football for six years before deciding to pursue a career in journalism. While coaching, he was a part of two state semifinal teams in the state of Alabama. Given his past coaching experience, he figured covering recruiting would be a perfect fit. He began his career as an intern for Rivals.com, covering University of Florida football recruiting. After interning with Rivals for six months, he joined the Gator Country family as a recruiting analyst. Andrew enjoys spending his free time on the golf course and watching his beloved Atlanta Braves. Follow him on Twitter at @AndrewSpiveyGC.

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The Florida Gators recruiting visitor list for this coming weekend is a solid one as several big-name uncommitted prospects will be in Gainesville for visits.

This is the last weekend and the last chance for the Gators’ coaching staff to talk and visit with prospects before National Signing Day next Wednesday.

While Florida has a great class of 26 prospects already, the Gators coaching staff is working hard to add a few more missing pieces and a few them will be on campus this weekend.

Here’s the Florida Gators recruiting visitors list for this weekend:

Alabama invading the Sunshine state

The Florida Gators will have their four Alabama commits on campus this weekend when running back Lamical Perine, safety Jeawon Taylor, cornerback Tony Nelson and linebacker Jeremiah Moon take their officials visit to Florida this weekend.

Perine, who is solid to Florida, will be in Gainesville for the second straight weekend as the Gators have held off the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Taylor is coming off a good visit to the Georgia Bulldogs two weekends ago and will come on campus as the Gators try to solidify his commitment.

Florida will also try to make sure that everything with Moon is solid, as Mississippi State has come on late. The Gators are in great shape to hold onto the linebacker.

One of the most underrated prospects in the class is Tony Nelson and he will be in Gainesville for the first time since committing this weekend.

Commits coming to town

Florida will play host to three other committed prospects this weekend when cornerback Quincy Lenton, cornerback C.J. McWilliams and cornerback Tony Nelson take their official visits to Gainesville.

Lenton has been a solid commit to Florida since committing in July and will be back on campus for the first time since the Florida State game.

McWilliams is a guy that has seemed shaky in the class for some time now. He’s coming on campus this weekend and needs to feel wanted in the Gators class.

The Florida Gators first commit of the 2016 cycle was Rick Wells and he just recently celebrated his one-year anniversary of being in the class. Wells will be on campus to help recruit his good friend Tyrie Cleveland.

Two huge out of state visitors

The two biggest remaining targets on the Florida Gators recruiting board are receiver Tyrie Cleveland and cornerback Kristian Fulton and both are scheduled to be in Gainesville this weekend.

Cleveland, who is committed to Houston right now, has family in the Jacksonville area and the Gators are surging in his recruitment as of late. Cleveland is one of the best receivers in the country and the Gators are hoping to secure his commitment this weekend.

Fulton is one of the top cornerbacks in the country and right now the Florida Gators and LSU Tigers are battling for his commitment. Florida has been a school that Fulton has liked for some time now and the Gators will get the last contact with him.

Transfer visiting

The Florida Gators will host Rhode Island offensive line transfer Tyler Catalina this weekend after the Gators reached out to him last week. Catalina was a three year player at Rhode Island, but is looking to finish out his fourth and final year elsewhere. Coach Mike Summers visited Catalina on Thursday afternoon.

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