Florida Gators visitors list preview for the Tennessee game

The Florida Gators will look to remain undefeated on Saturday when they host the Tennessee Volunteers at home for a noon kick-off.

The coaching staff will also have several top prospects in the south endzone of the Swamp on Saturday to watch the Gators take on the Vols.

Florida will also host an official visitor this weekend and several unofficial visitors will join him in the Swamp.

GatorCountry brings you a Florida Gators recruiting visitors list preview here.

 

Official visitor

The coaching staff is looking for a punter to replace senior Tommy Townsend and this weekend they will host punter Jeremy Crawshaw who is from Australia and will make the long trip to Gainesville on Saturday. Crawshaw is ranked as one of the top punters for the 2020 class.

 

Unofficial visitors coming to town

The Gators will host a few 2020 prospects on unofficial visits this weekend and they’re led by Tennessee offensive line commit James Robinson who has yet to pick up an offer from the Gators yet but says one should come soon. Robinson is a guy that project as interior offensive lineman and someone that John Hevesy has been recruiting hard as of late.

Receiver Bryan Robinson is a guy that the Gators are trying to gain momentum with and they hope to do that this weekend when Robinson visits campus. Robinson is favoring Florida State a little right now but hasn’t set a decision yet.

 

2021 prospects coming to town

While only two 2020 targets are expected in town, the Gators will host several 2021 prospects that are high on the Gators board.

Leading the way are two former Gators commits in 2021 receiver Trevonte Rucker and defensive end Bryce Langston who both are expected to be on campus this weekend. Both guys have visited Gainesville already and like Florida a lot despite decommiting from the Gators earlier this year.

2021 receiver James BlackStrain has also been a frequent visitor to Gainesville this year and he plans to be back on campus again on Saturday.

2021 defense lineman Christopher Thomas is scheduled to be in town for his first game on Saturday. Thomas already has offers from Florida, Florida State among others.

2021 outside linebacker Zachary Lovett is another guy who doesn’t have an offer from Florida yet but he says he talks to the coaching staff on a daily basis. Lovett has picked up interest from Miami as of late as well.

2021 defensive ends Keanu Koht and Victoine Brown both have offers from the Gators and plan to visit on Saturday, Koht is a guy who earned the offer from Florida during Friday Night Lights.

2021 athlete Walter Clayton Jr., defensive end Desmond Watson and Miami defensive tackle commit Savion Collins have all visited Gainesville several times and plan to be on campus on Saturday as well.

2021 defensive backs Aubrey Banks and Omarion Cooper are both hoping to earn offers from the Gators and both plan to be on campus on Saturday.

 

Commits coming to town

The Gators will have several of its commits on campus on Saturday to help the coaching staff recruit those top targets.

Quarterback Anthony Richardson and 2021 quarterback Carlos Del Rio are both expected in town and the coaching staff hopes to have those two guys lead the charge for their respective recruiting classes.

Receiver commits Jaquavion Fraziars and Leonard Manuel have both been frequent visitors to campus and plan to be back in Gainesville on Saturday.

Tight end commit Jonathan Odom and offensive lineman Richie Leonard are both solid to the Gators and will in town on Saturday.

Defensive end Antwaun Powell will be back in town for the first time since he committed to the Gators over the summer.

Cornerback Tre’Vez Johnson and safety Rashad Torrence will represent the secondary commits in town on Saturday.

 

 

Previous articlePodcast: Friday prediction podcast for Florida Gators vs. Tennessee
Next articleFlorida Gators soccer shuts out LSU on the road
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.