Gator Gauge: Offensive Florida Targets (January 26)

With National Signing Day just under ten days away, Scout's FightinGators.com takes a look at where they stand with a couple of offensive targets.. Who is trending towards Florida?

The Florida Gators still have a few targets left on their board before signing day next week. FightinGators.com takes a look at where Florida stands with its remaining offensive targets with less than ten days left before National Signing Day. 

TREND: 

Tyrie Cleveland is expected to visit Florida this upcoming weekend. The Houston pledge visited Arkansas last weekend, where he voiced his appreciation for the Razorbacks' open offense. As we have mentioned before, Cleveland is originally from the Sunshine State and with the Gators getting the last visit, things are trending towards the Gators. He will be visiting Florida alongside his friend and Florida commit, Rick Wells

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TREND: 

Nick Eubanks is another expected visitor for this upcoming weekend. According to Scout's Corey Bender, Eubanks will officially visit Michigan on Wednesday and then will take a trip to Gainesville this weekend. Eubanks was meant to visit last weekend, however, was sick and could not make it in. 

TREND: 

Good news with John Simpson, he did not commit to Clemson after his official visit with the Tigers, who are favorites to land the four-star tackle. Simpson is still considering a visit to South Carolina, however. Although the two in-state schools are still favorites, Florida remains a school in the fight. 

TREND: 

Malcolm Pridgeon is not an easy man to get a hold of, so there is no way to tell where he is trending. The five-star JUCO lineman was meant to visit Virginia Tech last weekend, but two feet of snow changed thost plans. There is no word if he will reschedule that visit, however, he will visit Ohio State this weekend. Florida remains in the thick of things, and feel confident with where they stand. 

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