Florida signs its share of ESPN 150 prospects, but the Gators also show they can turn top recruits into top college players.
Florida's stars will be counted on to perform next fall, but the team will need contributions from everywhere in order to compete. Here are some under-the-radar candidates who will need to shine.
Plenty of top players at Tallahassee, Fla., Lincoln have stayed home to play for Florida State. But teammates James Hearns and Reggie Davis have chosen Florida and Georgia, respectively.
In one day at Florida's summer camp, four-star quarterback Max Staver and the Gators have jumped to the top of each other's lists.
After looking at the biggest busts in Florida's recruiting history (called 'The 10 Who Never Were'), GatorNation examines UF's biggest surprises on a list called 'The 10 Who Came From Nowhere.'
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.
Four-star offensive tackle Avery Young calls his official visit to Florida "perfect." He's one of the Gators' top targets.
Highly rated prospect Nelson Agholor might be a star in high school, but he doesn't act like one off the field.
With some stars projected to contribute as freshman and other sleepers expected to surprise, the Gators and coach Will Muschamp get high marks in recruiting.