Florida Recruits Receiving Four-Year Scholarships

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.

For more on the Gators, visit Florida blog Alligator Army. Stay with SB Nation's college football recruiting hub for more National Signing Day.

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