For 2017 wide receiver recruit Kevaughn Dingle (6’1”, 185 lbs., Carol City), there’s plenty of schools he could see himself playing football at on the collegiate level, but there’s only one that’s a “dream school” and that’s the Florida Gators.
The Miami Gardens native is waiting on that offer from Florida Gators Head Coach Jim McElwain and company, but with reassurances from coaches that he’s wanted in Ben Hill-Griffin Stadium, Dingle is happy to bide his time, enjoy his junior year of high school and then kick his recruitment into high gear as a senior.
As that recruitment process does pick up, Dingle says he’s willing to keep his options open and find the best fit for himself. But the chance to play at Florida would be both a dream come true and a feasible reality for Dingle and the coaching staff who say his big size would be readily suited to play in the offense the Gators plan to run.
For now though, he wants to send this message to Florida Gators fans; “I’m on my way.”
Watch below for the full GatorCountry.com interview with 2017 WR recruit Kevaughn Dingle.
(Authors Note: We apologize for the misspoken statement at the beginning of the video. Dingle has not received an offer at the time of publishing.)