Florida pulled a last minute offer out to JUCO offensive lineman Drew Sarvary (6-7, 310 Tyler, TX Tyler J.C) and it was enough to secure him. As a junior college prospect, Sarvary can sign his letter of intent immediately and that’s exactly what he plans to do.
“I’m signing with Florida today,” Sarvary told Gator Country.
On Twitter, Sarvary said, “I’m thankful for all of my opportunities but I have decided to sign with the University of Florida.”
Sarvary is the 19th member of the Class of 2014 for Florida and joins Dontae Angus, Travaris Dorsey, Nolan Kelleher and David Sharpe as offensive lineman in the class.
Sarvary will have three years to play two and was set to sign with Texas Tech until a last minute offer came from Florida.
Sarvary played high school football at Leon High School in Tallahassee before going to Florida A&M and then decided he wanted to play at bigger school so he went to JUCO for one year.