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Big names visiting
UF on Saturday

Written by Andrew Spivey, November 8, 2013, 2 Comments,
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Florida’s first home game in a month is a much needed and awaited opportunity to host prospects on campus. Saturday is Homecoming, a great opportunity for prospects to get a feel for the campus and see the Gators face off with Vanderbilt at The Swamp.

The Gators will be hosting three on official visits:

Defensive end Da’Shawn Hand (6-4, 248, Woodbridge, VA), who will be accompanied by his father.

Receiver Speedy Noil (6-0, 161, New Orleans, LA Edna Karr)

Defensive end Gerald Willis (6-4, 247, New Orleans, LA Edna Karr), who will be accompanied by his father.

Saturday’s early start (12 noon) will mean the number of unofficial visitors is a bit low but the talent level is still quite high.

Here is the list of unofficial visitors that Gator Country expects to be in attendance:

Tight end Jordan Franks (6-4, 203, Crawfordville, FL Wakulla)

Cornerback Kendall Randolph (5-11, 175, Tallahassee, FL Lincoln)

Tight end Moral Stephens (6-3, 205 Perry, FL Taylor County)

2015 defensive end Byron Cowart (6-3, 248, Seffner, FL Armwood)

2015 offensive lineman Jake Fruhmorgen (6-5, 256, Tampa, FL Plant)

2015 defensive end CeCe Jefferson (6-3, 260, Glen St. Mary, FL Baker County)

2015 defensive end Arden Key (6-5, 200, Lithonia, GA Martin Luther King)

2015 running back Jacques Patrick (6-2, 225, Orlando, FL Timber Creek)

2015 running back TJ Simmons (6-0, 195, Lakeland, FL Lakeland Christian)

2016 quarterback Felipe Franks (6-4, 185, Crawfordville, FL Wakulla)

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.

  1. jmsNovember 9, 2013, 5:20 pm

    Interested in the visitors post game comments, appears to me if Boom can bring in another top class he might be back?

    • Andrew Spivey
      Andrew SpiveyNovember 13, 2013, 5:02 pm

      If Muschamp stays this year like we all expect than yes I think he has another good class.

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Florida’s first home game in a month is a much needed and awaited opportunity to host prospects on campus. Saturday is Homecoming, a great opportunity for prospects to get a feel for the campus and see the Gators face off with Vanderbilt at The Swamp.

The Gators will be hosting three on official visits:

Defensive end Da’Shawn Hand (6-4, 248, Woodbridge, VA), who will be accompanied by his father.

Receiver Speedy Noil (6-0, 161, New Orleans, LA Edna Karr)

Defensive end Gerald Willis (6-4, 247, New Orleans, LA Edna Karr), who will be accompanied by his father.

Saturday’s early start (12 noon) will mean the number of unofficial visitors is a bit low but the talent level is still quite high.

Here is the list of unofficial visitors that Gator Country expects to be in attendance:

Tight end Jordan Franks (6-4, 203, Crawfordville, FL Wakulla)

Cornerback Kendall Randolph (5-11, 175, Tallahassee, FL Lincoln)

Tight end Moral Stephens (6-3, 205 Perry, FL Taylor County)

2015 defensive end Byron Cowart (6-3, 248, Seffner, FL Armwood)

2015 offensive lineman Jake Fruhmorgen (6-5, 256, Tampa, FL Plant)

2015 defensive end CeCe Jefferson (6-3, 260, Glen St. Mary, FL Baker County)

2015 defensive end Arden Key (6-5, 200, Lithonia, GA Martin Luther King)

2015 running back Jacques Patrick (6-2, 225, Orlando, FL Timber Creek)

2015 running back TJ Simmons (6-0, 195, Lakeland, FL Lakeland Christian)

2016 quarterback Felipe Franks (6-4, 185, Crawfordville, FL Wakulla)

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