Stephens camps at Florida

A handful of talented prospects were in Gainesville Saturday for the first day of Florida summer camp. Taylor County (Perry, FL) 2014 wide receiver Moral Stephens was on hand to compete in hopes to impress the Florida coaches. He talks the latest here.

In his junior season, Moral Stephens had more than 700 yards receiving and 8 touchdown catches, but he was also dealing with a pretty serious ankle injury that happened last spring. The rising senior camped at Florida Saturday and worked out at tight end for the Gators.

"Right now, my health is pretty good. I've been working on my ankle and stuff, so it's pretty good. It's almost back to normal, I could say,' he said.

"I had a high ankle sprain and a broken ankle, I had both. Now, like I was saying, it's good."

The Gators have yet to offer Stephens but he feels good about his camp performance.

"They were just saying that I look really good and stuff, that they like me," he said.

"Florida is a pretty good school, Florida's in my top, but I don't really have a number for them yet."

While the 6-foot-3, 205-pound athlete would put the Gators in his top five right now, he's not really sure who else would be in his top five.

"It's not really a secret, I just don't want to say anything and then I go back and change it," he said.

LSU, Clemson, Florida State, Miami, Louisville, Penn State, Ohio State, South Florida, Arkansas, and more have all offered Stephens already. He's not sure about his summer plans just yet but he doesn't expect to go to any other camps except Friday Night Lights at Florida in July.

"This summer, I'm going to try to stay with my team, work with my quarterback and get the chemistry right. I'll be doing a lot of 7on7s with my team and team camps," he said.

FOX Sports NEXT will have the latest on Moral Stephens and his recruitment throughout the process, so stay tuned for more.

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