Sarvary signs with Florida

The Gators officially welcomed their first member of the 2014 recruiting class on Wednesday when junior college offensive lineman Drew Sarvary signed his national letter of intent to join the Florida program. Sarvary will have two years of eligibility in Gainesville.

"We are excited to have Drew join the Gator football program," Will Muschamp said.

The 6-5, 318-pound offensive lineman originally graduated from North Florida Christian in Tallahassee in 2012. Drew Sarvary played in 11 games as a true freshman at Florida A&M, including a road start in a game at Oklahoma.

He spent the 2013 season at Tyler (Texas) Junior College and was named a First Team All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference selection. His team went 9-2 and won the Football Capital of Kansas Bowl. Sarvary played on the offensive line that helped the team run for 277.9 yards and 35 touchdowns.

The three-star offensive lineman has been committed to Texas Tech since October but announced the switch on Twitter on Wednesday morning.

"Thankful for all my opportunities but I have decided to sign with the University of Florida," Sarvary said on Twitter.


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