Florida’s Orange and Blue Debut spring football game was a star-studded affair with myriad top recruits, including the No. 1 pro style quarterback for the Class of 2018, Trevor Lawrence, and Alex Leatherwood, a top 10 offensive tackle in the Class of 2017.
But in the aftermath of the scrimmage, the newest Gator commit is tight end Kemore Gamble, who is ranked as the No. 9 tight end in the Class of 2017 according to the 247Sports Composite.
Gamble, a 6-4, 216-pound prospect from Miami Southridge High, decommitted in early March from Miami. He had committed to the previous coaching staff led by Al Golden and the new staff, led by Mark Richt, seemingly had shown less interest.
At the time, he said he planned to commit this summer and would be an early enrollee at the school of his choice.