The NCAA closed a loophole that allowed coaches to tweet about recruits without actually using names. On Wednesday, “subtweeting” was ruled not permissible, according to the Texas A&M compliance office. Continue reading “NCAA closes ‘subtweeting’ loophole by banning use of nicknames on Twitter”
Signing day 2016 is long gone. But how are the Gators’ upcoming recruiting classes shaping up?
Well, there aren’t many commits in Florida’s future classes yet. Three prospects are committed to the 2017 class, none are committed to the 2018 class and one is committed to the 2019 class. Continue reading “Florida Gators: An early look at upcoming recruiting classes”
As the start of spring practice inches closer and closer, it’s time to answer more football questions.
If you weren’t able to ask a question this week, send your questions for future mailbags via Twitter, e-mail (email@example.com) or Facebook.) Continue reading “Mailbag: Will Mark Thompson be Florida Gators’ starting running back in 2016?”
The Gators have received their first 2019 commit.
New Smyrna Beach cornerback Jaleel McRae, a rising sophomore, verbally committed to Florida on Saturday night. McRae has not received a star rating yet from 247Sports or Rivals, but he also holds an offer from North Carolina State. Continue reading “Recruiting: Freshman DB Jaleel McRae joins Florida Gators’ 2019 class”