Florida Gators recruiting visitors list for Texas A&M

The Florida Gators recruiting visitors list for the Texas A&M game on Saturday is a good one especially after having such a good one for the LSU game last weekend.

Florida will also host the first two official visitors of the year this weekend and host several other commits on unofficials.

GatorCountry breaks down this weekend visitors list for Saturday nights game in the Swamp.


Official visitors

The Gators will host their first two official visitors this weekend when two commits take one to Gainesville.

Running back commit Iverson Clement and tight end commit Kyle Pitts will both take official visits this weekend.

Clement is an early enrollee guy who plans to enroll in January in Gainesville and is very solid to the Gators.

Pitts is also very solid to the Gators but isn’t expected to early enroll but could sign early during the new signing period in December.


Commits visiting

Florida will host four of its 2018 commits on Saturday as the commits have been showing up to games in bunches this year. Joining those four will be seven 2019 commits. The 2019 class is already ranked as the best class in the country and these guys have been frequent visitors this year as well.

The class of 2018 commits scheduled to visit are receiver Tyquan Thornton, defensive back Randy Russell, running back Dameon Pierce and defensive end Taylor Upshaw.

Representing the 2019 class will be receiver Maurice Goolsby, athlete John Dunmore, receiver Frank Ladson, defensive end Cameron Williams, offensive lineman Wardrick Wilson, defensive back Tyrique Stevenson and linebacker Marcus Tillman.


2018 targets visiting

After a big visitors list for LSU, the list against Texas A&M was going to be smaller but the Gators will still host a few targets on Saturday.

Athlete Nigel Bethel (5-11, 160, Miami, FL. Northwestern) is scheduled to visit Florida for the second straight week on Saturday.

LSU running back commit Chris Curry (5-11, 200, Lehigh Acres, FL. Senior) is also scheduled to visit Florida on Saturday.

UCLA athlete commit Kendrick Torain (6-2, 195, Tampa, FL. Jesuit) plans to be at the game as well, he’s a former teammate of freshman running back Malik Davis.

Florida State receiver commit D’Marcus Adams (6-0, 170, Daytona Beach, FL. Mainland) will make his first visit to Gainesville this weekend.

Adams teammate safety John Huggins (6-2, 200, Daytona Beach, FL. Mainland) is scheduled for his first trip to Florida on Saturday as well.


2019 targets visiting

Florida will host several big 2019 targets on Saturday and it all starts with offensive lineman Dontae Lucas (6-3, 323, Miami, FL. Senior) who is one of the top guys in the state for next year.

Here are a few more guys expected in on Saturday for the 2019 class.

DE Eric Gregory (6-4, 240, Memphis, TN. Central)

WR Shamar Nash (6-2, 186, Memphis, TN. Central)

WR Jeremiah Payton (6-3, 180, Neptune Beach, FL. Duncan)

DB Woodi Washington (5-11, 175, Murfreesboro, TN. Oakland)


2020 targets visiting

RB Corey Polk (6-1, 202, Loxahatchee, FL. Seminole Ridge)

OL Paul Tchio (6-6, 320, Alpharetta, GA. Milton)

WR Darin Turner (6-2, 192, Memphis, TN. Central)

LB Isaiah Walker (5-11, 192, Orange Park, FL. Fleming Island)


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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.