Florida picked up a huge out of state commitment Saturday afternoon when Mount Pleasant (S.C.) Wando offensive lineman Nolan Kelleher gave the Gator coaching staff his pledge.
According to his mom , the Kelleher family had a terrific visit to Florida in late July.
“We loved our visit to Florida,” Mrs. Kelleher said. “Nolan was very impressed with the academics and the coaching staff at Florida. He really liked sitting down with their offensive line coach and talking about plays with him.”
The 6-foot-6, 285-pound Kelleher is the 12th commitment and fourth offensive linemen in the Class of 2014 for Florida.
Kelleher joins Dontae Angus, Travaris Dorsey and Benjamin Knox as offensive linemen committed to the Gators so far.
Kelleher has been said to have a similar playing style to Florida Gator Tyler Moore in that, he is capable of playing guard or tackle in the SEC.
Now that Kelleher has joined the class, the Gators now focus their attention on signing two more offensive linemen.
David Sharpe, Jordan Sims, Damien Prince and Damien Mama are all prospects that are still high on Florida’s offensive line recruiting board.