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boXerrumble
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4* Safety Jordan Castell commits to UF

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Breaking: 4 star safety Jordan Castell commits to Florida. #GoGators

More from Castell: LINK


Wonder if the UF twitter idiots will stop panicking now... (I doubt it )
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AlligatorEnthusiast
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Now all we need is to flip the mustard man and this weekend was about as good as it could be!


boXerrumble
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13/15 commits in this class are blue-chippers and 13/15 are from the state of Florida.

Thats how you bring Florida back in recruiting, by fixing relationships with high schools and recruiting WITHIN Florida first.


Peter167
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Some of the guys are saying there xould be another one coming. Maybe we flip the OSU commit Dijon Johnson?


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SummerOfGeorge
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13/15 commits in this class are blue-chippers and 13/15 are from the state of Florida.

Thats how you bring Florida back in recruiting, by fixing relationships with high schools and recruiting WITHIN Florida first.



It doesn't look like any of these guys are in the Top 15 of any of the major services? Not saying they are bad players, but is that a concern at all? Obviously tough to jump in and grab the Top 25 national types right off the bat, but Cristobal has managed to grab a few.

On3 Composite - State of Florida Rank (Florida Commits)
21. Aidan Mizell
30. Eugene Wilson III
37. Ja'Keem Jackson
38. Isaiah Nixon
39. Treyaun Webb
43. Sharif Denson
46. Jordan Castell
50. Gavin Hill


Seems like a solid last 2-3 weeks by Napier. If he can grab 1-2 elite guys to go in with this that would be a really solid 1st year.
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joshnorris14
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A lot hinges on McClain being a part of this class. Hard to see it as anything but a good class if we can land him
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SummerOfGeorge
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A lot hinges on McClain being a part of this class. Hard to see it as anything but a good class if we can land him



Makes sense. Seems like a lot of quality, and if 1-2 big time elite guys jump on board that really makes it a very solid overall class.

I think Napier is going to do a great job there. Guy knows how to run a program.


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boXerrumble
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It doesn't look like any of these guys are in the Top 15 of any of the major services? Not saying they are bad players, but is that a concern at all?


Right now, I am not concerned, considering he hasn't coached a game yet.


joshyc2
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Napier on fire.

The guys that he’s favorite for on the DL could make this class very solid.


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SummerOfGeorge
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Right now, I am not concerned, considering he hasn't coached a game yet.




Obviously not about Napier. Probably worded it poorly.

Overall seems like a very solid base to get started with at this point.


boXerrumble
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I know what you meant But yeah right now I am just not concerned.


SummerOfGeorge
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Yea, don't think there should be any. I'm a big Napier fan.


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MurphyGator
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Agree!


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