"It went pretty good. They said if they are going to offer a fullback it would be me," Hunter Joyer said.
"The best part was being able to work with the coaches in person and I ran real well for a guy my size."
Joyer currently holds offers from Connecticut, Louisville, Minnesota, South Carolina, South Florida, Stanford and Texas A&M.
The question remains will the Gators take a fullback for the class of 2011?
"They said they were planning on signing on next year but it's hard to find one like me so they would like to get me but they have to talk to Coach Meyer about it then they will let me know."
Hunter Joyer Waits on Gators
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