"He had a great time and was very impressed about everything at the University of Florida," Ciao told Scout.com. "He knows it is a great university and a great football program."
Ciao said the Gators are telling Agholor that they want to run a more pro-style offense than what the Gators have run in the past and certainly one more productive than in 2011, an offense that would suit Agholor's skills.
"They are going through the process right now," Ciao said of Florida's search for a new offensive coordinator. "I think they are trying to run the same type of pro-style offense. That is what I understand."
Ciao also said that Agholor is not close to a decision on where he is going to play college football.
"He knows it is a tough decision," the coach said. "He won't make a decision until the end." The lack of a decision means the visits will continue for Agholor.
"There is no real story, except he knows it is a tremendous opportunity, is weighing all of his options, and is going on another visit," Ciao said. "When he is done with his visits he will be able to make an evaluation on what is best for him."