GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The Florida Gators, with the No. 1-ranked recruiting class in the country, have already filled a majority of their class. With signing day just a few short days away, the Gators will look to put the final pieces of the puzzle in place.
Jarran Reed has decommitted from Ole Miss and is down to two SEC powerhouses. The defensive tackle from Scooba (Miss.) East said he is now considering Alabama and Florida after canceling a visit to Ole Miss this weekend.
about 759 days ago | Dave Hooker | On The Trail: Southeast Region
Editor's note: Leading up to signing day, TideNation will examine the remaining uncommitted (and committed) prospects still considering the University of Alabama. Today, we look at junior college defensive tackle Jarran Reed, an Ole Miss commitment.
about 762 days ago | Greg Ostendorf | NCF On The Trail
GatorNation brings you the latest installment of Chomp Confidential, a look inside Florida football recruiting for GatorNation subscribers only. As with anything exclusive, what's reported in the weekly Chomp Confidential must stay here.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- One week remains until national signing day and the Gators have their sights set on roughly nine to 12 prospects. Florida has 26 verbal commitments, and with only a few spots remaining, here's a look at the top five prospects who have a chance to be a part of Florida's class.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida lost defensive coordinator Dan Quinn to the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday. Quinn helped orchestrate one of the best defensive line units in the SEC last season and was a big reason Florida has landed commitments from nine defensive players that are ranked in the ESPN 300.
about 776 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
One-time North Carolina verbal Jarran Reed (Goldsboro, N.C./East Mississippi CC) committed Monday to play in the SEC for the Rebels, according to multiple reports. The 6-foot-4, 305-pound Reed originally selected the Tar Heels in June but re-opened his recruitment last month.
about 814 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCF On The Trail