Florida Gators recruiting visitor’s list for the Ole Miss game

The Florida Gators recruiting visitors list for last weekend’s game against the Tennessee Volunteers was simply amazing, to say the least, but the Gators are once again trying to get some top prospects on campus for this weekend’s game against the Ole Miss Rebels.

While the Florida Gators recruiting visitors list will not be near as big as it was last week, there will still be some big names on the list including prospects from the class of 2016 and 2017.

Headlining the list will be several of Florida’s commits as they will once again be in the south end zone trying help out the Florida Gators recruiting efforts on other top targets in attendance.

There will be a lot more names added to this list as we get closer to game time but here’s who Gator Country has confirmed on the Florida Gators recruiting visitors list.


Commits coming to town

The south end zone will once again be loaded with several of the Florida Gators commits for the class of 2016 and 2017 on Saturday.

Cornerback Quincy Lenton, linebacker Vosean Joseph and 2017 offensive lineman Kadeem Telfort will all be making their first trips to Gainesville this season.

2017 quarterback Jake Allen and 2017 receiver Daquon Green will join Telfort in Gainesville for Saturday’s class as they represent the class of 2017.

Offensive linemen Stone Forsythe and Brett Heggie have been at all of the home games this year and they are expected back in town again this weekend.

Receivers Rick Wells and Isaiah Johnson will join athlete Tyrek Tisdale and defensive end Jaquan Bailey in the Swamp on Saturday night to watch the Gators take on Ole Miss.

Receiver Jayvaughn Myers 


Big receivers coming to town

The story so far this year has been the big receivers on the Florida Gators recruiting visitors list and once again two top uncommitted receivers will be in town.

Receiver Nate Craig-Myers has been at all but one home game this year and he will be back again on Saturday night. Florida has pulled ahead for Craig-Myers as of late.

Receiver Freddie Swain has been at all of the Florida Gators home games this year and he will be back again on Saturday night as the Gators seem to have pull out ahead for Swain.


Two other uncommitted prospects

Tight end Jacob Mathis is a name that has been on the Florida Gators recruiting visitors list before and he will be back in Gainesville again on Saturday. Mathis is a an athletic pass catching tight end.

Defensive end Jordan Woods has been at all of the Gators games this year and he will be back again this weekend.


2017 prospects

Several top 2017 prospects will be back on campus this weekend as the Gators look to get a leg up on the competition for next year’s class.

RB Jamari Peacock has been to all of Florida’s game this year and the Gators are the team to beat early on for the big back out Yulee.

OL Kai-Leon Herbert is good friends with Jake Allen and the two plan to ride up to Florida together on Saturday. Herbert is a lean to the Gators at this time.

CB Marco Wilson will be making his second trip to Florida this year as he plans to be in attendance to watch his older brother Quincy Wilson in action for the Orange and Blue.

Other prospects coming in

2016 OL  Marcus Tatum 

2016 WR  Devontres Dukes 

2018 WR  Justyn Ross 

2016 QB  Woody Barrett 

2017 OL  Blake Vinson 

Mississippi State 2016 ATH commit  Nero Nelson 

2017 S  Lyn Strange 

2017 RB  Trey Sermon 

Southern Cal 2016 DT commit  Keyshon Camp 

2017 WR  Derrick smith 

2016 DE  Patrick Bethel 

2017 S  Cyrus Fagan 

2016 WR  Tre nixon

2018 ATH Jermaine Eskridge (Kentucky commit)

2017 OG  Jean Marcellus 

2016 ATH  McArthur Burnett 

2017 RB  Adarius Lemons 

2017 S  Antwione Sims 

2017 OLB  Markail Benton 

Make sure to stay tuned to GatorCountry.com all weekend long as we will have a lot of notes on the Florida Gators recruiting efforts this weekend.

Previous articleFILM ROOM: Florida Gators Train Right Jill Big Ben In
Next articlePainting the Portrait of Dorian and Coach Mike White
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.