When the NCAA announced teams would be able to bargain with recruits by offering multi-year scholarships instead of just one-year deals, the popular thinking was that it would offer an equalizer for smaller schools. While powers were unlikely to use them, a lesser program could compete for talent by laying out four-year scholarships.
So what do we make of the Florida Gators handing out four-year deals?
@GatorZoneScott Muschamp said Florida's recruits are receiving four-year scholarships, not year-to-year, and that he has "a couple" of scholarships left
Florida, like Georgia and Vanderbilt, has publicly come out against oversigning and oversigning-esque things, likely to the amusement of SEC East associate Steve Spurrier, a SEC Westly proponent of active roster management.
The Gators have put together a top-five national class, as they've been known to do.