"I am here to play with the best players in the nation," said Earl. "I am going to try to dominate and hopefully it will carry over to college."
"Keith Wells has really impressed me," said Okine. "He is one of my best friends, but I have never really got the chance to see him play. I have seen him at camps and stuff, but today I got to see him play."
Earl has worked hard on the student portion of the phrase student athlete. He is pleased with his achievements in the classroom and on the gridiron.
"I am proud of doing well in school athletically and academically," said Okine. "I am getting the chance to go to college for free and get an education."
The talented defensive end is now up to 6-7 and he is looking forward to ducking in doorways in Gainesville this spring.
"I am committed to Florida and I am an early graduate, so I will be enrolling there January 7th," explained Earl. "I am trying to see the field immediately. Spring practice is pretty much going to be my redshirt year. I am going to try and get playing time my freshman year."