Florida's recruiting efforts are off to a strong start for the class of 2014.
Florida Gators football recruiting is already off to a hot start for the class of 2014 with six commitments, including three from its recent junior day weekend. UF is looking to continue its recruiting success from the classes of 2012 and 2013.
Decommitments since National Signing Day: Travonte Valentine
Current Verbal Commitments
Will Grier, Davidson (NC) Day School: Grier is a 6'3, 180-pound quarterback from Davidson (NC) Day School. He is a consensus four-star recruit, and one of the top pro-style quarterbacks in the country. Grier holds offers from schools across the country.
Christian Miller, Columbia (SC) Spring Valley High School: Miller is a 6'4, 215-pound linebacker. He is a consensus four-star recruit with offers from much of the SEC.
Duke Dawson, Cross City (Fla.) Dixie County High School: Dawson is a very physical defensive back. At 5'11 and 180 pounds, he is likely to play corner, but could also play safety. Dawson is a consensus four-star recruit and also holds offers from Florida State and Wisconsin.
Ryeshene Bronson, Fort Myers (Fla.) Dunbar High School: Bronson is a 6'3, 180-pound receiver. He is rated a consensus four-star. Bronson is physically gifted, but is quite raw and has a long ways to go to become a complete player. He also claims offers from Florida State, Auburn South Carolina, North Carolina and Miami.
Travaris Dorsey, Jacksonville (Fla.) Raines High School: Dorsey is a 6'3, 305-pound guard. He is rated a consensus three-stars, and also claims offers from Tennessee, North Carolina, Louisville and Georgia Tech.
Benjamin Knox, Deland (Fla.) High School: Knox is a 6'5, 260-pound offensive line recruit. He is not yet rated by any of the major recruiting services, but does claim offers from Iowa, Louisville and Utah.
National Signing Day is still almost a year away. Verbal commitments are non-binding and change frequently.
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