A big recruiting visit weekend brought the Gator football program three more verbal commitments for the 2013 class.
Although many who visited this past weekend were already verbals, Will Muschamp and company do pledges from two offensive linemen in junior college prospect Trenton Brown and high schooler Roderick Johnson as well as high school linebacker Matt Rolin.
Rolin is a prospect from Virginia who originally committed to South Carolina. He will be an early enrollee but because of an injury he could redshirt his freshman year. The 6’4′ 210 pounder is the fourth linebacker prospect in the 2013 class.
Brown, a former Georgia commitment, is a massive 6’8″ 350 pounder who will enroll in school in January and have two years of eligibility left. He could compete for playing time right away at tackle on an offensive line that returns four starters.
Johnson is no small guy either at 6’6″ and 315 pounds and he comes back to the Gators after initially giving his verbal but then backing out to visit other schools. He is from Delray Beach American Heritage High School.
Florida now has 25 verbals in its 2013 class and the class is rated by some as the best in the country right now.