The Florida Gators football team received a verbal commitment from Warren Easton (Louisiana) four-star cornerback Chester Kimbrough on Monday night. UF’s 2019 class now has 12 commitments and is ranked 28th.
Florida wide receiver Van Jefferson has been ruled eligible for the 2018 season by the SEC, the school announced Monday. The former Ole Miss receiver had previously been cleared by the NCAA to play in 2018.
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A minute-long Florida Gators football hype video played to Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down” is making its rounds on Twitter a little less than a month before the start of the 2018 college football season.
The Miami Hurricanes already have big brother Ahmmon Richards, a star receiver. Will they get little brother and top recruit Mark-Antony Richards, a Wellington athlete who attended Paradise Camp and is deciding among several schools for 2019?
UF football coach Dan Mullen shared his thoughts on the latest off-field issues impacting his program, most notably a May confrontation between players and a Gainesville gambler who goes by “Tay Bang.”
The Florida Gators on Thursday received a commitment from four-star athlete Diwun Black from Forest, Mississippi. Black is the No. 53 ranked player in the class of 2019, according to the 247Sports composite.
After agreeing to a four-year, $60 million extension, Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley seems happier. Rams quarterback Jared Goff said as much, which prompted Gurley to offer up an unforgettable quote.
Four-star wide receiver Trey Palmer (Kentwood, Louisiana) committed to the LSU Tigers on Wednesday. The 6-0, 179-pound Palmer chose the Tigers over offers from schools such as Alabama, Arizona State and Auburn.
Four-star wide receiver Jonathan Mingo (Brandon, Mississippi) committed to Ole Miss on Tuesday. The 6-2, 200 pound Mingo chose the Rebels over offers from schools such as Auburn, Georgia and Notre Dame.
NFL players Nick Chubb, Jordan Jenkins, Alec Ogletree, Isaiah Wynn, Chris Conley, Malcolm Mitchell, David Andrews, Reggie Davis, Matthew Stafford, Sony Michel and Thomas Davis discussed being Georgia Bulldogs.
Athlon Sports released their annual story featuring anonymous SEC coaches commenting on the other teams in the conference. Ole Miss was among those discussed, and one coach in the conference didn’t hold back.
Four-star wide receiver Dannis Jackson (Sumrall, Mississippi) flipped his commitment from Mississippi State to Ole Miss on Monday night. The 6-1, 180-pound Jackson had committed to the Bulldogs on June 22.
Chicago Bears rookie Roquan Smith’s holdout concerns potentially losing money due to a new NFL rule. Under the NFL’s new guideline, a player cannot initiate contact with his helmet, which could become an issue.
Georgia added three commits in running back John Emery, outside linebacker/wide receiver Makiya Tongue and outside linebacker Rian Davis. The trio’s decisions give the Bulldogs 16 commits in the Class of 2019.
University of Florida Gators football freshman Justin Watkins announced Friday that he intendeds to leave UF. Watkins was arrested for the second time in three months on Tuesday and faces two felony charges.