Florida Gators recruiting visitors list for Missouri game

The Florida Gators are finally back in the Swamp on Saturday as they take on the Missouri Tigers for homecoming on campus.

Dan Mullen and his coaching staff will also have a chance to host prospects on campus this weekend for the first time in almost a month.

While the visitors list isn’t huge this weekend, the Gators are still expecting several key targets on campus.

Here’s a visitors list preview for the Florida Gators this weekend.


Georgia commit to visit

Georgia defensive tackle Travon Walker (6-5, 272, Thomaston, GA. Upson-Lee) is scheduled to take an official visit to Florida this weekend. Walker who has been long been a target for the Gators but hasn’t really shown interest in Florida until now. He’s solid to Georgia at this time.


Key 2019 defensive end to visit

Defensive end Khris Bogle (6-3, 200, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Cardinal Gibbons) is expected to be on campus this weekend. Bogle is one of the top defensive ends in the country and will be in Gainesville for the first time since the summer. Florida currently trails Miami and Tennessee for Bogle but the defensive end expects to return to Gainesville for an official visit later in the year.


Top underclassmen targets to visit

The Gators are also scheduled to host several big underclassmen on campus this weekend.

Leading the group is 2020 defensive end Gervon Dexter who picked up an offer from the Gators this fall. Dexter is one of the top defensive ends in the state for the 2020 class.

2020 Miami defensive end commit Tre’Von Riggins is also scheduled to visit Florida on Saturday as the Miami commit is now at IMG. Riggins is friends with Florida commit Josh Griffis and the two will be in attendance together on Saturday.

2021 athlete Kamar Wilcoxson has been in Gainesville several times already in his recruitment and is scheduled to visit Florida again on Saturday. Wilcoxson is a top athlete for the 2021 class and already has an offer from Florida.

2021 offensive lineman George Jackson is teammates with Wilcoxson and is scheduled to be in the Swamp on Saturday as well. Jackson has also already picked up an offer from Florida and is someone that’s high on the Gators.

2021 safety Aubrey Banks is scheduled to visit Florida for the first time this fall.

2022 athlete Terrian Williams is scheduled to make his second trip to Gainesville this fall. Williams is one of the top athletes for his 2022 class and is someone that can play on either side of the ball.


Commits visiting Florida

Helping the Gators coaching staff recruit on Saturday is scheduled to be several of Florida’s commits.

Defensive back Jaydon Hill is scheduled to be in town on an unofficial visit on Saturday for his first game of the year. Hill is a solid commit to Florida since he committed to the Gators earlier this fall.

Athlete Trent Whittemore is also scheduled to make the short drive over to campus on Saturday to take in the game in the Swamp.

2020 defensive end Josh Griffis has been regular in the Swamp since he committed to Florida last fall and he plans to be in town again.

Joining those guys this weekend is scheduled to be 2020 athlete Keyvone Lee who will be in town for his first game of the year on Saturday.

Andrew Spivey
Andrew always knew he wanted to be involved with sports in some capacity. He began by coaching high school football for six years before deciding to pursue a career in journalism. While coaching, he was a part of two state semifinal teams in the state of Alabama. Given his past coaching experience, he figured covering recruiting would be a perfect fit. He began his career as an intern for Rivals.com, covering University of Florida football recruiting. After interning with Rivals for six months, he joined the Gator Country family as a recruiting analyst. Andrew enjoys spending his free time on the golf course and watching his beloved Atlanta Braves. Follow him on Twitter at @AndrewSpiveyGC.