Class of 2024 Quick Q&A: Florida lets four-star know that he is a priority

Jan 16, 2023 | 1 comment

(Photo courtesy Anthony Carrie)

Last summer Tampa (Fla.) Carrollwood Day four-star running back Anthony Carrie was one of the standouts during Florida’s June 7-on-7 tournament. He returned to campus in August and then during the season to watch the Gators take on Kentucky.

Though he was sporting Georgia gloves during last summer’s visit, and came out with a Top 12 in October, after Saturday’s visit to Gainesville, the 5-foot-11, 190-pounder said he isn’t ready to currently put them in any sort of order in order to name a leader or leaders.


Who came on the visit to Florida with you?
“I visited with my head coach Marshall Mcduffie.”

What was the message to you from Florida’s coaches?
“Coaches’ message was that I am a priority and that they are going to continue recruiting me.”

What was the highlight of the day?
“The highlight of the day was meetings with Coach [Billy] Napier and Coach [Jabbar] Juluke. They said I was versatile and could be used in many ways.”

What are your thoughts on the new facilities?
“It’s nice, just like at every other school. Nothing stands out.”

What are your thoughts about Florida after taking this visit?
“I’ve been around the Florida staff so many times and on campus so many times, so there’s not too much new information to give you.”

Do you have any early leaders? Where does Florida stand right now?
“No leaders right now, but Florida is high.”

Carrie is the No. 127 ranked prospect in the nation according to the On3 Consensus.


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