4-star legacy linebacker commit all in on Florida football

One of Florida’s prized pieces from the 2024 recruiting class is four-star linebacker Myles Graham out of Atlanta (Georgia) Woodward Academy, who also happens to be the son of stand-out running back Earnest Graham. His father played for the Gators from 1998 to 2002, stretching over the final four years of the Steve Spurrier era and the first of the Ron Zook era.

The younger Graham — a 6-foot-1-inch, 212-pound defender — committed to the Orange and Blue back in August 2022 and has spent a significant time on Florida’s campus over the course of his life. In addition to a pair of visits this season, he also attended UF’s Junior Day back in January and came back for a weekend visit in mid-March.

The rising high school senior currently has an official visit set with Billy Napier and Co. for the second weekend of June. And despite considering possible official visits with the Alabama Crimson Tide and Georgia Bulldogs, Graham appears to be all in on UF’s football program.

“I’m completely locked in with Florida 100%,” he told On3’s Joseph Hastings. “It’s just my relationship is there, I’m a legacy, and I want to come in and play my freshman year. I want to do what I do best and bring back what Florida used to be.”

Graham is ranked No. 49 overall and No. 5 at his position nationally according to the 247Sports composite while the On3 industry ranking has him at Nos. 50 and 5, respectively.

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