The past few weeks the coaching staff of Florida has been out on the road from coast to coast evaluating players.
Some of the players already have offers, while others don’t, like Clyattville (Ga.) Lowndes offensive lineman Dyshon Sims.
“Coach (Brian) White the running back coach came by to see me earlier this spring,” Sims said. “He was telling my coach that he would really love to have me down there this summer for a visit and perhaps on signing day as a Gator. I’m going to visit them on June 15th for a camp and I believe they will offer me than or at least that’s what I think.”
The 6-foot-5, 270-pound Sims has been talking primarily to running back coach Brian White but that will change when he visits.
“Coach White said that when I get down there I will get the chance to talk to everyone,” Sims said. “They haven’t really told me where I would fit in at but he said that when I get down there we would discuss it. I haven’t been able to see their offense to much so I’m eager to learn more about their schemes and offense.”
Even though Florida has yet to offer Sims he says that an offer from them would make Florida one of his favorites.
“I would say that they would be pretty high on the list if they offered me,” Sims said. “Because it’s close to home and they play in the SEC. I really like the area of Gainesville and the town. Another thing that I like are their coaches.”
Sims says he plays to visit Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and a few other schools this summer.