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Written by Andrew Spivey, February 18, 2015, 0 Comments,
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Wednesday is starting off great for the Florida Gators as linebacker Vosean Jospeh (6-1, 210, Miami, FL Norland) has committed to Florida after picking up an offer from the Gators on Tuesday.

“I just committed to Florida,” Joseph said. “Honestly I thought about it and I really do like the school and when I went to the camp I really liked it and the atmosphere was great. My parents also think it’s a good fit for me.”

Another big reason for Joseph’s commitment to Florida was because of linebacker’s coach Randy Shannon and also because of the relationship Shannon has with one of Joseph’s former teammates who is now a Gators signee.

“Coach Shannon was a big reason that I committed,” Joseph said. “My teammate Rayshad Jackson likes him a lot and said it was a big reason that he signed with Florida so if he likes him than I know I will like him.”

The Norland linebacker is no stranger to Florida’s history of having good defensive players as Joseph has done his research.

““I know a lot about Florida already, I know they have a good football program and they are known for the academics there,” Joseph said. “I know that Florida usually has a lot of good defensive players on the team.”

Joseph is the second commitment for Florida in the class of 2016 and he joins receiver Rick Wells — who committed to Florida in January.

With the pickup of Joseph the Gators gain the first of what they hope is four-man linebacker class due to the fact the Gators only signed one linebacker in the class of 2015 after not signing a linebacker in the class of 2014.

 

Stay tuned to GatorCountry.com as we will have much more on Josephs’ commitment to Florida plus a breakdown from Joseph’s high school coach.

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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Wednesday is starting off great for the Florida Gators as linebacker Vosean Jospeh (6-1, 210, Miami, FL Norland) has committed to Florida after picking up an offer from the Gators on Tuesday.

“I just committed to Florida,” Joseph said. “Honestly I thought about it and I really do like the school and when I went to the camp I really liked it and the atmosphere was great. My parents also think it’s a good fit for me.”

Another big reason for Joseph’s commitment to Florida was because of linebacker’s coach Randy Shannon and also because of the relationship Shannon has with one of Joseph’s former teammates who is now a Gators signee.

“Coach Shannon was a big reason that I committed,” Joseph said. “My teammate Rayshad Jackson likes him a lot and said it was a big reason that he signed with Florida so if he likes him than I know I will like him.”

The Norland linebacker is no stranger to Florida’s history of having good defensive players as Joseph has done his research.

““I know a lot about Florida already, I know they have a good football program and they are known for the academics there,” Joseph said. “I know that Florida usually has a lot of good defensive players on the team.”

Joseph is the second commitment for Florida in the class of 2016 and he joins receiver Rick Wells — who committed to Florida in January.

With the pickup of Joseph the Gators gain the first of what they hope is four-man linebacker class due to the fact the Gators only signed one linebacker in the class of 2015 after not signing a linebacker in the class of 2014.

 

Stay tuned to GatorCountry.com as we will have much more on Josephs’ commitment to Florida plus a breakdown from Joseph’s high school coach.

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