Laremy Tunsil to visit Florida for LSU game, per report

Laremy Tunsil, arguably the top offensive-line recruit in the country, will take an unofficial visit to Gainesville this weekend according to a report by ESPN's Derek Tyson.

The visit is a bit of a surprise, given that he had recently named Georgia and Alabama as two teams out in front for his signature.

We'll see if Tunsil indeed makes the visit, as recruits often have transportation issues, and Tunsil was a no-show at Florida State's recent game against Clemson.

Out of Lake City (Fla.) Columbia High School, Tunsil has offers from every major program in the country.

At last check, his plan was to use his official visits to schools that are not within driving distance of his home. That means Florida, Florida State and perhaps Georgia and Alabama will receive unofficial visits, while LSU, USC and others will pick up the tab for his flight via an official visit.

For more on Gators football, visit Florida blog Alligator Army, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills and SB Nation Tampa Bay.

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