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Important recruiting weekend on deck for Florida: Recruits from all over the country should be descending on Gainesville this weekend for Friday Night Lights and other events. Today, the Gators will host their Next Level Quarterback Camp and kick off Sophomore Night. (Graham Hall, Gainesville Sun; Andrew Spivey, Gator Country)
Updates on two Gator targets: Four-star TE Kyle Pitts plans to announce his commitment today at 2:00 p.m. Pitts’ finalists are Florida, Georgia, and Virginia Tech. Five-star QB Justin Fields’ weekend plans are still up in the air. The nation’s No. 1 dual-threat QB may visit Alabama, Florida, or Florida State in the coming days. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)
Top individual Gator performances of the 2016-17 season: Another list recapping big moments from last year. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)
Dante Fowler arrested on simple battery, criminal mischief charges: The former Gator and current Jacksonville Jaguar was arrested on Tuesday after reportedly getting into a confrontation with a man. (Gainesville Sun; Jake Rill, SEC Country)
Profile of Lacedrick Brunson: The Florida freshman linebacker was rated just a two-star prospect by 247Sports, but he turned Randy Shannon’s head. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Two former UF baseball coaches selected to 2018 American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame: Pat McMahon and Andy Lopez were announced as part of the ‘18 class. McMahon coached the Gators from 2002-2007, with Lopez preceding him as Florida coach from 1995-2001. (Gainesville Sun)
Wide receiver position preview: The Gators potentially have their deepest wide receiver group since the Tim Tebow era. (Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)
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