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2 signees(Devin Robinson & Chris Chiozza), and 2 prospects(Austin Grandstaff & Haanif Cheatham) will be on campus for the Kentucky Game.

Grandstaff (Former Okie State commit & 4* SG from Texas) is ranked No. 39 in the Top247 and is known as being a very good shooter. Biggest threats outside of UF to land him include Oklahoma and Texas.

Cheatham (4* Combo Guard from Ft. Lauderdale, FL) is ranked 30th in the the Top247. Kid likes UF but we haven't offered yet probably because we are slow playing him for 5* SG Antonio Blakeny who is #1 on the Gators Board but is likely to sign elsewhere according to someone who is normally spot on when it comes to UF recruiting, because Blakeny wants a lot of PT his freshman year and we could possible have a Senior SG in Frazier, and a Sophomore PG/SG/SF in Francis when he gets on campus. Biggest threats to land Cheatham outside of UF include Bama and Miami.


The same guy as above has said that 2015 C Ted Kapita (3* according to Scout and Rivals) should be there as well but it isn't confirmed just yet. Calls him Al Horford #2 and says he could very well blow up soon. Kapita doesn't play AAU ball so it's likely he could be very underrated as most kids get their hype from AAU. Attends the Florida Air Academy just like Will Yeguete and Walter Hodge did. Kapita is is 6'9" 225 lbs and is very athletic.

Edited by ShaunMac, 04 March 2014 - 05:17 PM.

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Expecting eleven visitors for this game:

Our commits:
2014 Devin Robinson PF
2014 Chris Chiozza PG
2014 Brandone Francis SG
2016 John Mooney PF

Recruits:
2014 Trey Mourning PF
2015 KeVaughn Allen SG
2015 Antonio Blakeney SG
2015 Austin Grandstaff SG
2015 Noah Dickerson C/PF
2015 Haanif Cheathem SG
2016 Lamonte Turner PG

Could Be Coming:
2015 Ted Kapita C/PF

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Grandstaff and Dickerson have said the trip was awesome. Grandtsaff has said that this was the best trip he's been on and it's the loudest stadium he's been to (Oklahoma and Ohio State are the others)
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http://www.gatorcoun...d-crowd-o-dome/

Good article with quotes and measurement updates that ill add to the op
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2014 Forward Devin Robinson Originally put at 6'8" 180 lbs, now listed at 6'9" 195 lbs
2014 PG Chris Chiozza Originally put at 5'11" 165 lbs, actually 5'10" 160 lbs
2016 PF John Mooney Originally put at 6'7" 210, now listed at 6'9" 220
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Chris Walker is coming back for another year.


What what?

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View PostJoeGator, on 10 April 2014 - 06:40 AM, said:

Chris Walker is coming back for another year.


What what?

Needs to add 10-15 pounds in straight muscle to the upper body so we can have some sort of depth to the 5 spot after Harris.
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View PostJoeGator, on 10 April 2014 - 06:40 AM, said:

Chris Walker is coming back for another year.


What what?
You thought he'd leave?
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View PostUK4Life, on 10 April 2014 - 09:21 AM, said:

You thought he'd leave?

However poor dirt poor is, he is poorer than that.
I thought there was a chance.

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View PostJoeGator, on 10 April 2014 - 09:25 AM, said:

However poor dirt poor is, he is poorer than that.
I thought there was a chance.
He could of committed to Kentucky and his parents wouldn't have to worry about money. When will these kids learn....
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View PostUK4Life, on 10 April 2014 - 09:28 AM, said:

He could of committed to Kentucky and his parents wouldn't have to worry about money. When will these kids learn....

He ain't got no parents, but High-Fived for truth anyway.

What's the status on your boys?
They all leaving?

Edited by JoeGator, 10 April 2014 - 09:29 AM.


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View PostJoeGator, on 10 April 2014 - 09:28 AM, said:

He ain't got no parents, but High-Fived for truth anyway.

What's the status on your boys?
They all leaving?
Randle is the only one to declare. Eagerly awaited to hear the twins say they're staying. WCS and Young will no doubt leave.
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If the twins leave, y'all are fecked. And I can't wait.

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View PostUK4Life, on 10 April 2014 - 09:30 AM, said:

Randle is the only one to declare. Eagerly awaited to hear the twins say they're staying. WCS and Young will no doubt leave.

The good tourney showing may have screwed y'all up. Before the tourney their stock had dropped so significantly the question wasn't whether or not they WOULD go, but whether or not they COULD go... or at least would it be worth it to go.

Then Cal did his little tweak, which I suspect amounted to him gathering the players around for a "come to Satan" meeting, and told them if they didn't play well together and unselfishly in the tourney they could all forget about getting drafted or drafted highly.

Then they went off in the tourney and brought their draft stock back up to where they might be attractive to pro teams again; be interesting to see what they do.
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View PostGatorUnvrsty, on 10 April 2014 - 10:06 AM, said:

The good tourney showing may have screwed y'all up. Before the tourney their stock had dropped so significantly the question wasn't whether or not they WOULD go, but whether or not they COULD go... or at least would it be worth it to go.

Then Cal did his little tweak, which I suspect amounted to him gathering the players around for a "come to Satan" meeting, and told them if they didn't play well together and unselfishly in the tourney they could all forget about getting drafted or drafted highly.

Then they went off in the tourney and brought their draft stock back up to where they might be attractive to pro teams again; be interesting to see what they do.
That is ridiculous. Im assuming it's sarcasm.

UCONN exposed the twins to there inability to play against smaller faster guards. Their lateral quickness is in desperate need of improving so i doubt they jump to the pros considering only one is a projected to be a late first rounder.
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