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Four-star Gators pledge Kemore Gamble returned to The Swamp on Saturday, talks visits and more.

Kemore Gamble is a frequent visitor to The Swamp. On Saturday the four-star Gators pledge made his return to Gainesville. He discusses his latest visit and more with

Kemore Gamble is no stranger to Gainesville. The four-star Florida pledge is a frequent visitor at The Swamp, and on Saturday, he made his return to see UF play host to Missouri. 

“They had the two picks for touchdowns and it was a great game,” said the South Florida native. "I love how they use the tight ends. [DeAndre] Goolsby had a good game.”

According to the Miami Southridge standout, the way Florida head coach Jim McElwain uses his tight ends "sticked out" on his most recent trip. With each additional trip, Gamble not only learns more about the expected tight end role under this staff, but he also understands the staff's plans for him. 

“It feels good, very good,” he said. “They tell me I have a shot to come in and play early too.

Although Gamble remains firm with his commitment to the Gators, he is expected to take a few trips. 

“I know I want to visit Miami and Bama - that’s probably it,” he stated. “They tell me I still have a spot there and they keep in contact with me.”

However, Gamble has kept in contact with a few of Florida's remaining targets. The top playmaker has made it his mission to keep close to four-star corner, C.J. Henderson, who recently decommitted from Miami. 

“I have been telling him that the Gators is no place like home and they need DB’'s DBU over here,"I think I got him coming."

Henderson is a top prirority in 2017, but Gamble has a few other names he keeps in mind. 

"I am recruiting [2018 Miami Southridge wide receiver] Mark Pope and [2017 Miami Southridge] running back Bentavious Thompson."

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