Last summer Palm Bay (Fla.) Bayside defensive end Adam Kissayi started to make a name for himself with his performance at Florida’s Friday Night Lights Camp. On Saturday he was back on campus for the Gators’ Junior Day.
On the surface there was no better fit for Florida football than Aidan Mizell. From performance on the field to having two former UF athletes as parents, it appeared to be a match made in Heaven. Except, the Gators weren’t interested under the previous staff, but after an apology from Billy Napier, things quickly got on track.
After returning to campus once again over the weekend, Tampa (Fla.) Carrollwood Day four-star running back Anthony Carrie shared his thoughts on the visit and Florida’s message to him.
Two days after Florida offered four-star athlete Ju’Juan Johnson back in late December, he included the Gators in a final four. The No. 195 ranked prospect in the nation visited Gainesville over the weekend.
Being local, Gainesville (Fla.) Buchholz three-star defensive lineman Kendall Jackson is no stranger to being on campus at Florida. This past weekend, the 6-foot-4, 255-pounder made the short trek to see the Gators once again.
After visiting Florida back in September for the Gators’ season-opening win over Utah, three-star offensive lineman Jake Guarnera paid close attention to UF for the remainder of the season. On Saturday, the 6-foot-4, 285-pounder set foot on campus once again.
Entering Saturday, Clearwater (Fla.) Calvary Christian three-star offensive lineman Joseph Ionata held P5 offers from ACC programs Boston College, Duke, and Miami. Today, while visiting Florida, he added his first SEC offer.
Sharif Denson leaves Jacksonville’s Bartram Trail High School as a four-star UA All-American on the field. Inside the Gators got to know the man under the helmet off the field in this edition of Getting to Know.
Transfer Portal season kicks off in full force this weekend with Florida slated to host several official visitors, including a pair of teammates from a Big12 program.
Inside the Gators’ Chris Will sat down with defensive line transfer Cam’Ron Jackson to help Gator Nation meet one of its newest members. Who is he looking forward to playing alongside? What’s on his bucket list? What is the superior Gatorade? The 6-foot-6 340-pound redshirt sophomore had all the answers.