The Florida Gators picked up their fifth commitment on Monday when another instate offensive lineman committed to the Gators.
Offensive lineman Bryce Lovett (6-5, 330, Rockledge, FL. High) committed to Florida over Iowa State, Louisville, and Missouri on Monday.
“I will be committing to the University of Florida,” Lovett said while doing the Gator chomp.
Lovett has been a frequent visitor to Gainesville this spring and a big reason for that is because of the coaching staff and Billy Napier.
“Coach Napier is a great coach and the things he’s doing at Florida is great,” Lovett said on his impressions of Napier. “He’s turning things around and the staff he has brought on is making it easy for him because they’re great too.”
The offensive lineman has also been impressed by both Rob Sale and Darnell Stapleton and he liked their coaching style when he got the chance to watch them in action this spring.
“It’s good because every time I come here, I get to learn more about how they do things,” he said on Sale and Stapleton. “Seeing practice, I got to see how they coach so it’s good. They teach you but they don’t yell at you. They only yell at you if they have to but they teach you instead of just yelling at you the whole time.”
Lovett joins offensive lineman Knijeah Harris as members of the offensive line class of 2023 and the Gators plan to add at least three more linemen in the class.
With Lovett’s commitment, the Gators are now up to five members in the class as he joins Harris, Aaron Gates, Creed Whittemore, and Tyree Patterson.