Florida didn’t beat Florida State on the field in 2013, but it got at least a little bit of revenge on national signing day as the Gators were able to sway four-star QB/ATH Treon Harris into coming to Gainesville.
Harris had been courted by the Gators ever since Florida lost two QBs to transfer over the holidays. Also picking this morning was four-star WR C.J. Worton, another south Florida product who previously was committed to Florida State, also. And another big announcement came in the morning when Immokalee (Fla.) WR J.C. Jackson decided to stay put after flirting with a flip to Florida State and Miami.
And late Tuesday night, the Gators got big news when one of the nation’s top remaining offensive tackles–huge 6-foot-7, 270 pound Andrew Mike–ended his very short commitment to Vanderbilt and decided he’d sign with the Gators.
Not a bad way to finish–so far. Next up? Five-star offensive lineman Damian Prince and the nation’s top remaining uncommitted player–DB Adoree Jackson.