Blue-chip offensive lineman ‘loves’ Florida, receives offer after recent visit

The Florida Gators are well into their spring practice sessions, which is the typical time for the football program to welcome in top recruits in hopes to reel them in as part of the 2025 recruiting cycle.

Four-star offensive tackle Kevin Brown recently paid a visit to Gainesville from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and based on the interview conducted with On3, Brown seems very elated about an opportunity being available at UF.

Brown made his rounds on UF campus and even got a gander at all the facilities that are available to student-athletes.

“I was really just being toured around campus and loved that,” Brown said. “It’s a beautiful campus and I love how old school it feels; it feels homey like family. The weather was awesome too.”

“Their facilities, man,” Brown continued. “They’re top tier and you can tell they put a lot of money into it. It’s top-notch for Division I colleges, so that’s what stood out. Also, the weight room and their recovery stood out too, it’s crazy,

Brown was able to squeeze in a few conversations with members of the Florida coaching staff, including offensive line coach Rob Sale. The young recruit was overly impressed with Sale, and said he’d be interested in training under him.

The blue-chip recruit is still making his rounds to top colleges in the nation but Florida is apparently toward the top of Brown’s list.

“Right now, I’m still trying to see what D1 colleges are all (about),” Brown said. “What I’ve came up with, they are all nice enough and I’m trying to see where I fit in with these colleges.”

“Florida is definitely up there,” Brown concluded. “I love Florida.”

The prospect from Harrisburg High School (Pennsylvania) is a four-star offensive tackle according to both On3 and 247Sports, ranking as the No. 91 overall recruit in the nation and No. 13 at his position.

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