"I enjoyed it," Smith told Scout.com. "Just being with the coaches and hanging with them."
Unfortunately, due to bad weather, the scrimmage that was scheduled was all but cancelled and so Smith didn't get to see the team and coaches in action.
Instead he and fellow Georgian and 4-star linebacker Adonis Thomas got more of the red carpet treatment while on campus. Smith and Thomas are ‘tight' according to Smith.
"It is a great school, a great opportunity and a great defense," Smith said. Me and Adonis can do big things there together.
It wasn't the first trip to Florida and it won't be his last.
"I will visit again soon, but not sure when yet," he said.
Florida has just five healthy linebackers for spring drills, two of which are seniors. They also didn't sign any in the class of 2014. Signing a number of linebackers is a necessity for the Gators and Roquan Smith is at the top of the list.