Gators ahead of the pack for this 3-star wide receiver

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Florida football continues to make its push on the recruiting trail ahead of the official visit period starting in just over a week. The latest name to surface is three-star wide receiver Caleb Douglas, who has the Gators out front for his services according to Gators Online.

While the 6-foot-3-inch, 182-pound pass-catcher from Missouri City, Texas, has yet to visit the university’s campus, he appears to be high on making Gainesville his destination after decommitting from the USC Trojans late November. Douglas also has offers on the table from the Baylor Bears, Virginia Tech Hokies and Texas Longhorns, in addition to Florida. However, according to a conversation with Gators Online, the Orange and Blue are currently his primary focus. Here is what he had to say.

“They’re on top; they’re for surely on top. I like that if I was to go there, I would have a chance to play as a freshman because they are not super deep at the wide receiver corps. On top of that, I like the coaching staff. They are very cool. Outside of football, if I want to talk to them, I know I could.”

When asked about other schools in the running, he simply stated, “I haven’t really been considering all the other schools. We’ve been talking and all that, but the vibes are different at Florida, so I don’t even know yet.” The feeling appears to be pretty mutual, as Billy Napier and his staff have made Douglas one of their top priorities considering that he was the very first prep to receive an offer from the new regime.

Douglas will join nearly a dozen prospects on Jan. 14 for their official visit to the University of Florida. There is little doubt that he will like what he sees and hopefully, given his positivity for the new staff so far, he turns out to be a slam-dunk commitment for the 2022 class.

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