A pair of highly sought-after 2025 prospects announced they’ll visit the University of Florida this fall.
The Boozer twins, Cameron and Cayden, will follow up on an unofficial visit from last season and be on campus the weekend of Nov. 4 and plan to attend the matchup with the Gators and Arkansas Razorbacks on Jan. 13.
Cayden Boozer is especially excited to revisit Gainesville.
“I loved the fans, I loved the atmosphere, the team, and the coaching,” Boozer said. “It was a good experience for us.”
Landing both recruits would be a big get for head coach Todd Golden and the Florida basketball squad, but the prospects stated before they are willing to go their separate ways in college.
“We definitely could be a package deal, we also could go somewhere different,” Cameron Boozer said. “At the end of the day, we’ve got to go somewhere that’s best for us.”
“It would be awesome if we could go to the same school at the same time, but one school might be the best situation for him and it might not be for me.”
Cayden Boozer, however, is a four-star recruit and nationally ranked No. 17 and is the No. 3 overall point guard.
Cameron Boozer says his twin brother is the best point guard in the nation.
“(Cayden) is a very underrated player and gets overlooked a lot because I am his brother,” Cameron said. “The way he pushes the tempo and controls the pace of the game, the way he attacks the rim and finishes, how crafty he is, his skill and feel for the game is rare and I feel like he should be talked about way more.”
The Florida Gators basketball season is still a couple of months away. The first tipoff against Loyola is set for Nov. 6.