The Florida Gators picked up their fourth commit in three days and second commit on Saturday when they picked up a big in-state commitment.
Receiver Andy Jean (6-1, 180, Miami, FL. Northwestern) committed to the Florida Gators over Georgia, Miami, and Texas A&M on Saturday.
“From the 305 to the 352, Gainesville I’m home,” Jean announced on Twitter.
Jean took his official visit to Florida in June and during that time he got to spend a lot of time with the coaching staff.
“The highlights were talking to the coaches,” Jean said of his visit to Florida. “Being around and spending time with the coaches and knowing who they’re, getting to know their family, showing me the family they got. They’re trying to make great things for Florida.”
During that visit, Jean had the chance to learn just how he would fit into the Gators’ offense once he gets to Gainesville.
“Coach KC too,” Jean said on spending time with Colbert. “I sat down with him, and he showed me things he does and how my gameplay fits into the offense and how I would be a big impact to the school for sure. The same thing they do on offense is the same thing I do at my school so if I do come to Florida, I will already be ready.”
Jean joins receivers Aidan Mizell, Eugene Wilson, Creed Whittemore, and Tyree Patterson as receivers in the class of 2023 as the Gators look to rebuild their depth at the position.
Now that Jean has committed to the Gators, he’s the 16th commit of the Class of 2023 and the 14th commit from the state of Florida.