The Florida Gators recruiting visitors list for Saturday’s game against LSU is stacking up to be a big one for Florida with many of its commits coming into town.
The Gators are battling Florida State this week to see who can get the main instate targets on campus and it looks like both schools are doing a good job of accomplishing their goal.
With it being homecoming, the Gators are hoping for a good atmosphere in the Swamp on Saturday and a good showing on the field.
GatorCountry.com will break down who’s expected to visit Florida on Saturday for the LSU game in this visitors list preview.
2018 Commits visiting
Florida is scheduled to have 10 of its 2018 commits on campus on Saturday headlined by quarterback Matt Corral who will make the early flight from California.
Receiver commits Ja’Marr Chase, Jacob Copeland and Jalynn Williams are also scheduled to be in attendance on Saturday for the game against LSU. Joining those three guys will be running back Dameon Pierce who has had a huge senior year this year.
Tight end commit Dante Lang will visit Florida for the second straight weekend.
Defensive backs commit Amari Burney, Divaad Wilson and Randy Russell will be in attendance and joining them for the first time in the Swamp this year is JUCO safety Deontai Williams.
Big 2018 targets visiting
A game of this magnitude is expected to have big targets in attendance and that’s exactly what is looking like will take place on Saturday.
Offensive linemen William Barnes and Ed Montilus are both scheduled to visit Florida for the second time this year. Barnes and Montilus are both high on the Gators with North Carolina also very much in the mix.
Joining them in Gainesville is scheduled to be offensive lineman Richard Gouraige who has Florida high on his list with Clemson and others. Gouraige isn’t expected to announce his decision until after the season.
One of the biggest visitors again this week is defensive end Andrew Chatfield who will be in attendance for the second time this year. Chatfield likes Florida, Ohio State among others. Chatfield’s teammates defensive backs Tyson Campbell and Pat Surtain Jr. are deciding whether to visit Florida or Florida State for this weekend’s game against Miami.
The Gators are in need of linebackers this year and big target Richard Jibunor is scheduled to be in the Swamp for the second this year. Auburn looks to be the Gators biggest competition here.
The Gators will host a pair of kickers this week in Connor Davis and Thomas Burke are both scheduled to be in the Swamp.
Auburn athlete commit Jamien Sherwood, USF offensive line commit Brad Cecil, UCLA defensive back Kendrick Torian and athlete Nigel Bethel are scheduled to attend Saturday’s game.
2019 commits visiting
Seven of Florida’s 2019 commits are scheduled to visit Florida on Saturday for the LSU game as the class currently is top’s in the country.
Defensive backs Tyrique Stevenson and Jaleel McRae will join receivers Frank Ladson, John Dunmore and Frank Ladson in the Swamp on Saturday.
Defensive tackle Jaquaze Sorrells and linebacker Marcus Tillman are also scheduled to visit Florida with local athlete Trent Whittemore scheduled to make the short drive to the Swamp.
2019 targets visiting
The Gators 2019 recruiting class is already one of the best and they’re in on some other top guys in the class and many of them will visit Florida on Saturday.
Three of the nations top running backs are scheduled to visit Florida on Saturday when IMG running back Noah Cain, Alabama running back commit Trey Sanders and Quavaris Crouch (6-2, 224, Charlotte, NC. Harding University) invade the Swamp.
Joining those running backs in the Swamp on Saturday will be another three running backs in Tyrion Davis, Keshawn King and Nayquan Wright.
LSU offensive line commit Kardell Thomas visited Florida this summer and is scheduled to be in the Swamp as well as former Gators athlete commit Jashon Watkins. This will be trip number one to Florida this year.
2019 defensive back targets Jordan Battle, Jaden Davis, Travis Jay and Derek Stingley are also scheduled to be in the Swamp on Saturday.
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