Florida Gators visitors list preview for the Tennessee game

The Florida Gators had one of the group of prospects in town for the Alabama game last week and they will welcome several top targets again this week.

While the Tennessee game isn’t going to produce near the number of prospects on campus as last week, several guys in the 2022 and 2023 classes will be in the Swamp.

GatorCountry brings you a preview of this week’s visitors list for the Gators’ coaching staff for the Tennessee game.


Two top 2022 targets to visit

Defensive back Jaheim Singletary was in the Swamp last weekend, and he says he will most likely be back for this weekend’s game. The Gators are battling with Georgia and Miami for the Jacksonville prospects.

Tennessee defensive tackle commit Jordan Phillips has been to both Florida home games so far this year and he’s scheduled to be in the Swamp again this weekend. While Phillips doesn’t tip his hand much, the Gators are in the mix for the Florida native who’s good friends with defensive lineman Daquan Newkirk.


Several top 2023 targets to visit

This weekend is going to be a huge weekend for 2023 targets for the Gators as several highly rated guys are scheduled to be in the Swamp.

Defensive back Cormani McClain says the Gators are on top in his recruitment and was on campus last weekend and he’s scheduled to be in town again. McClain says he plans to decide after the season.

Defensive end Kelby Collins is considered one of the top players in the country next year and he was scheduled to visit last weekend but was able to make the trip from Alabama. Collins has visited the Gators in the past, but this will be his first game day in the Swamp.

Offensive lineman Bryce Lovett visited over the summer, but he will also be in town for his first game this weekend. Lovett doesn’t have a Florida offer yet.

Receiver Bryson Rodgers was in Gainesville for the first game of the year, and he also says he will be in town this weekend.

Receiver Creed Whittemore and Ayden Williams both say they will in the Swamp on Saturday. Whittemore visited last weekend, but this will be Williams’ first trip for a game. Williams dominated at Friday Night Lights and picked up an offer during that visit.

Linebackers Andrew and Michael Harris are brothers, and both will be in the Swamp as they look to pick up offers from the Gators.


Commits coming to town

Helping the Gators’ coaching staff recruit on Saturday will be several of the Gators commits including all the 2023 commits.

Receiver commit Chandler Smith will be in town for the second time this season on Saturday as the receiver is solid with the Gators.

Offensive lineman David Conner will also be in town for the second time in as many weeks on Saturday as the lineman remains solid.

Kicker commit Trey Smack is scheduled to make his first game in the Swamp on Saturday when he makes the trip down to Gainesville.

2023 commits Raymond Cottrell, Mac Markway, and Aaron Gates are all scheduled to make their first game on Saturday. All three guys are solid with their commitments to the Gators at this time.



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.