RECRUITING: Q. Andrews probably won't visit UF

The addition of safeties Dorian Munroe and Eric Sledge over the past weekend may have filled up Florida's need at that position. Quinton Andrews of Miami Monsignor Pace was hoping to get a visit for the Gators final recruiting weekend, but apparently UF has met its quota.

Andrews, ranked the number 41 safety prospect in the nation by Scout.com, was considering Florida and West Virginia. The 5-11, 190-pounder had West Virginia highly ranked, but he was waiting for a chance to see UF so he could weigh both opportunities.

Apparently, with commitments from Sledge and Munroe to go with junior college transfer Reggie Nelson, Florida feels comfortable enough with its safety board that Andrews won't be coming to Gainesivlle.

"Right now, I don't have an offer to visit this weekend," Andrews said. "I don't think I'll be going there."

Andrews visited West Virginia on January 14. Prior to that visit, he had been in contact with the Gators coaching staff. It's been a while since he heard from the Florida coaches.

"I haven't talked to Coach Meyer in about a week," Andrews said.

GATOR COUNTRY TAKE: Quinton Andrews is a good player who will probably fit in well at West Virginia. Munroe has the versatility to play corner as well as safety, and Sledge has better size, so that might have something to do with how things panned out.


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