GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida coach Will Muschamp was all smiles on signing day, officially announcing his fourth recruiting class. The Gators signed all 13 of their commits with no drama and added two more for a total of 24.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Signing day is one of those rare times in which every college coach celebrates a win. And for a Florida program that suffered through seven straight losses to finish a miserable 2013 season, a win is somehow more than a win.
Now that you've seen the national signing day hits and misses from the SEC West, it's time to take a look at how the East fared: FLORIDA Needs filled: With four starters gone from the secondary, Florida got right to work on their replacements by signing three ESPN 300 cornerback prospects, including early enrollees Jalen Tabor (five-star) and Duke Dawson.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Head coach Will Muschamp didn't get every player he wanted in Florida's recruiting class of 2014. No one ever does. But still, Muschamp was beaming with pride and excitement on Wednesday.
Signing day 2014 is less than 50 days away, and verbal commitments are about to start picking up. That's why RecruitingNation is getting a leg up on predicting where uncommitted ESPN 300 prospects will land.
Derek Tyson recaps the handful of players who committed to SEC programs at recent All-American events. That list includes Texas A&M scoring the pledge of No. 1 ATH Speedy Noil and LSU landing No. 1 overall recruit Leonard Fournette.