The Florida Gators will host another big weekend of official visitors starting on Friday as 7 prospects will be in Gainesville.
While last week was more focused on prospects from the defensive side of the ball, this weekend the focus shifts more to the offensive side of the ball.
The coaching staff will only have one commit on campus this weekend as the other 6 are currently uncommitted guys.
GatorCountry brings you a look at the seven prospects expected in Gainesville.
Texas prospects coming to the Sunshine State
This weekend four prospects from the Longhorn state will be in Gainesville including defensive back commit Julian Humphrey who has picked multiple big offers this past week. Humphrey picked up an offer from Alabama and LSU this past week and also visited Ohio State and Texas A&M. The Gators knew Humphrey wanted to take visits after committing so that’s no surprise, but Florida certainly needs to impress the commit this weekend to solidify his commitment with Florida.
Running back Jamarion Miller is a guy that sits very high on Florida’s recruiting board, but this weekend will be his first chance to see the campus and meet the coaching staff. Heading into the visit Alabama and Texas A&M are the two teams talked about the most with Miller.
Receiver Jay Fair is good friends with quarterback commit Nick Evers and plays on his 7-on-7 team and this weekend he will get to look at Evers’ future home. Fair has spoken highly of the Gators in the past but TCU and Auburn are two teams to watch for the receiver as well.
Cornerback Terrance Brooks is one of the best in the country and is a guy the staff would love to add to the mix in 2022. Brooks took several virtual visits with the Gators already and heads into this visit with some knowledge of the coaching staff. Brooks has ties to Texas A&M which makes many believe they will be tough to beat but the Gators hope to move up for the corner this weekend.
Tight end to visit
Tight end Oscar Delp is coming off a visit to Georgia this past weekend and will be in the Swamp to meet tight end’s coach Tim Brewster for the first time. Delp is a guy that Brewster is very high on and while many believe Georgia is the team to beat, the Dawgs picking up Arik Gilbert could push Delp away from Athens. Delp and tight end Jaleel Skinner who just visited on Tuesday-Thursday are the top two targets at the position as the staff would love to add one of them to the class to join CJ Hawkins at the position.
Lineman to visit Gainesville
It has been a shortage of big men to visit Gainesville so far this month but that will change this weekend as the Gators will host two of their top targets on the offensive line this weekend.
Offensive lineman Qae’Shon Sapp will be in town for his second visit this month as he was in Gainesville for the cookout last Tuesday. While many believe Florida State is the school to beat here, the Gators are making things interesting as Sapp’s family wants him to see everything before making a decision.
Offensive lineman Addison Nichols has been a top target for offensive line coach John Hevesy for some time now and this weekend the two will finally get to meet. Heading into the visit Georgia and Tennessee are the favorites for Nichols.