Florida Gators' 2014 targets at running back
Florida linebacker commit Quinton Powell persuaded Gators safety commit Keanu Neal to join his 7-on-7 team and get some experience on the field together.
Florida Gators signee Austin Hardin grew up playing soccer, but he discovered his talent for kicking a football while his family lived in Bolivia.
Florida is hoping for a recruiting boost in the four upcoming All-American games. Derek Tyson has a primer for all of the Gators' commitments and targets who are participating.
Florida coach Will Muschamp is dreaming of a Christmas full of recruiting wins, as he hopes to rebuild his Gators with players that better fit his systems.
Florida coach Will Muschamp is looking for one more offensive lineman and at least one play-making wide receiver in this class.
Florida coach Will Muschamp is looking for one more defensive tackle who can provide some immediate impact for the Gator defense.
The trials he has faced in life, from dealing with his mother's thyroid cancer to being a father, has made Florida commit Matt Jones stronger.
Florida coach Will Muschamp is looking to build a tougher team. He's offering early playing time for running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, offensive and defensive linemen and linebackers.
Four-star offensive tackle Avery Young calls his official visit to Florida "perfect." He's one of the Gators' top targets.
With its vastly different offensive and defensive schemes, Florida should be able keep Urban Meyer away from its highly ranked recruiting class of 2012.
Regardless of their records, the Gators and Seminoles play before dozens of big-name recruits every year.
Several players in Saturday's game between Florida and Florida State came down to picking one over the other in recruiting.
Highly rated prospect Nelson Agholor might be a star in high school, but he doesn't act like one off the field.
If Florida wants to compete for an SEC title again it will start with recruiting. A look at how recruiting is shaping up in the trenches.
Florida's class features top prospects in the secondary, but the Gators could use to lock up a couple of pass rushers.