Kendarian Handy-Holly High on Florida

Kendarian Handy-Holly still has Florida on top. The safety out of Alabama visited The Swamp for the Gator's spring game and he talks about his visit with the Gators.

Kendarian Handy-Holly was back in The Swamp on Friday night, as Florida played its spring game, the Orange and Blue Debut. 

"I really liked the environment," said the top safety from Alabama. "They treated me like I was home."

The 6-foot-2, 194 pound defensive back out of Jackson (Ala.) has visited Gainesville before, however, this was his first time touring the campus and the facilities. However, this visit was also another chance to speak face-to-face with the staff and to talk to new UF defensive back coach Torrian Gray. 

"I really like them [the Florida staff]," said Handy-Holly.  "They are really friendly. They won't tell you wrong." 

When the 2017 playmaker picked up his offer from the Gators back in January, he told, the offer was a dream come true. Since then and after this latest trip to Gainesville, Florida has not lost any steam. 

"They are very high," he said after his latest visit to The Swamp. "Number one maybe."

With the Gators leaving yet another great impression, the thought of committing crossed his mind.  

"Thought about deciding, but I am going to wait," he said.  "I want to see how their recruiting class goes this year."

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