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Written by Kassidy Hill, March 13, 2015, 0 Comments,
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If football doesn’t work out, Qwuantrezz Knight can always go into the music business.

This West Gadsden High receiver/corner (6’0″, 183 lb.) has grown up right outside of Tallahassee in Greensboro as a Florida Gators fan, where he’s been honing his skills; musically and athletically.

Knight is currently looking to attend the University of South Alabama because “that’s the mainly the only one I really have.”

But he has been steadily rising on recruiting experts radars, and they like what they see.

Qwuantrezz is hoping Florida coaches like what they see from him as well when he attends Friday Night Lights, the Gators annual high schoolers showcase at the end of the summer.

If he’s able to pick up an offer from Florida, Knight says he’ll commit “right that second…it’d be a dream just to get an offer from Florida.” He adds that while his forte is receiver, he’d be willing to stay permanently at corner or any other position the coaches move him just so he can make plays for the Gators.

When he’s not on the field, Knight likes to entertain his teammates with original raps. Learning that, we here at GatorCountry put him on the spot; send a rap back to coaches and fans making your case.

He delivered and he plans to continue to deliver as he makes his way into the minds of Florida coaches.

First up is Friday Night Lights. Here’s hoping he drops the mic as he walks off the field.

Watch below for our full interview with the 2016 receiver Qwuantrezz Knight.

*We apologize for the incessant wind. There are many things we can control in our interviews, but unfortunately nature is not one of them. Captions have been provided when needed. 

Kassidy Hill

About Kassidy Hill

Born into a large family of sports fanatics and wordsmiths alike, sports journalism came natural to Kassidy. It’s more than a passion; it’s simply a part of who she is. Hailing from Alabama in the midst of typical Iron Bowl family, she learned very quickly just how deep ties in the SEC could run. She came to Gainesville after college to pursue a degree as television sports reporter but quickly realized she missed writing. She’s excited to now marry the two aspects for Gator fans. She loves Jesus, her daddy and football; wants to be Billy Donovan’s best friend and firmly believes that offensive lineman are the best people on earth. Follow her on Twitter @KassidyGHill

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If football doesn’t work out, Qwuantrezz Knight can always go into the music business.

This West Gadsden High receiver/corner (6’0″, 183 lb.) has grown up right outside of Tallahassee in Greensboro as a Florida Gators fan, where he’s been honing his skills; musically and athletically.

Knight is currently looking to attend the University of South Alabama because “that’s the mainly the only one I really have.”

But he has been steadily rising on recruiting experts radars, and they like what they see.

Qwuantrezz is hoping Florida coaches like what they see from him as well when he attends Friday Night Lights, the Gators annual high schoolers showcase at the end of the summer.

If he’s able to pick up an offer from Florida, Knight says he’ll commit “right that second…it’d be a dream just to get an offer from Florida.” He adds that while his forte is receiver, he’d be willing to stay permanently at corner or any other position the coaches move him just so he can make plays for the Gators.

When he’s not on the field, Knight likes to entertain his teammates with original raps. Learning that, we here at GatorCountry put him on the spot; send a rap back to coaches and fans making your case.

He delivered and he plans to continue to deliver as he makes his way into the minds of Florida coaches.

First up is Friday Night Lights. Here’s hoping he drops the mic as he walks off the field.

Watch below for our full interview with the 2016 receiver Qwuantrezz Knight.

*We apologize for the incessant wind. There are many things we can control in our interviews, but unfortunately nature is not one of them. Captions have been provided when needed. 

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