Saturday was a busy day on the Florida Gators campus as the football staff hosted close to a dozen prospects on unofficial visits to watch Florida practice.
Athlete Bruce Judson (5-9, 184, Cocoa, FL High) was one of those visitors but he mostly hung out with a Gators signee during his visit.
“It was a fun visit,” Judson said. “I just went up there to watch practice and then I went in the locker room with the team and stuff. They had a junior day but I didn’t go with them, I stayed with Jeawon [Taylor] and went in the locker room. I enjoyed my time.”
Judson did get the chance to talk to his main recruiter and Gators receiver coach Kerry Dixon during the visit and Dixon wants the athlete to continue visiting Gainesville.
“I talked to Coach Dixon before and after practice,” he said. “He was just like he was glad to see me again because it had been awhile since I had visited. He said to make sure I come back up again and to keep in contact with them.”
For a while Florida was hot on the trail of Judson, but the athlete says that the Gators aren’t recruiting him as hard as they once were.
“They’re still recruiting me but basically they only recruit me when I come up there,” Judson said. “They don’t really recruit me outside of the campus that much. I speak to Coach Dixon on social media but he really recruits me when I come up on campus though.”
Dixon did address that with Judson and made sure to let the athlete know that the Gators want to see him this summer.
“Coach Dixon just wants me come up this summer and do some camps with them,” he said. “He wants me to come up there and be around them and see how the system would fit me. I know that they need some explosive players at receiver.”
After decommitting from Ohio State Judson plans to take things slow, but he does have some visits coming up this spring.
“I’m open to everyone right now, I’m just going to keep taking visits and see how things go,” Judson said. “I would say that TCU, Auburn, Arizona and Tennessee are recruiting me hard but I will visit Florida for the spring game.”