For the second straight week, former Oregon and NFL coach Chip Kelly dominate the Florida news cycle. A few recruits spoke out publicly about their desire for Kelly to get the Gators job. UF officials met with Kelly on Sunday in New Hampshire and he’s expected to decide between Florida and UCLA in the coming days. Florida’s 2018 class is ranked No. 9 nationally and No. 2 in the SEC, according to the 247Sports Composite. Nine of the Gators’ 18 commits are 4-star recruits.
Join us here on SEC Country for a daily recap of the latest Florida recruiting news, tales from the trail and perspective on what it all means for the Gators. Florida has lost one verbal commitment since Jim McElwain’s departure last month, but it didn’t come from the Gators’ top-ranked 2019 class. All 12 commits have decided to remain with UF through the coaching change, including top-50 overall recruit Jaleel McRae.
Welcome to Chomp Chat, SEC Country’s daily Florida podcast with Gators beat writer Zach Abolverdi and Florida broadcaster Jeff Cardozo. Former Oregon and NFL coach Chip Kelly is expected to decide between Florida and UCLA in the coming days. In the latest edition of Chomp Chat, Zach Abolverdi and Jeff Cardozo discuss the latest on Kelly’s candidacy and preview the Florida-Florida State game. You can listen to the podcast on iTunes or below on SoundCloud. Miss a previous edition?
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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