Marvin Gentry-US PRESSWIRE
Florida has seemingly secured the core of its 2014 offensive line class on Saturday.
Florida taking the commitment of 2014 offensive lineman Travaris Dorsey didn't mean the Gators were done for the day. The Orlando Sentinel reports that 2014 offensive lineman Benjamin Knox has also committed to Florida.
Sentinel reporter Chris Hays cites Knox's coach at DeLand High School — former Gainesville High coach James Thomson — as his source for Knox's commitment. The paper lists Knox as a 6'5", 265-pound player, which would suggest that he's likely to play tackle at the collegiate level, but also needs a fair bit of strength training.
247Sports lists Knox at 6'4" and 250 pounds, and lists him with no other scholarship offers. The Sentinel reports that Knox was offered by Utah on Friday.
Knox joins Dorsey on the offensive line in the 2014 class, and joins Dorsey, quarterback Will Grier, and wide receiver Ryeshene Bronson on offense. And, who knows: Florida might not be done for the day.