During Dan Mullen's introductory press conference as the new Florida Gators head coach, he emphasized multiple times his football team will play with "relentless effort". In the short 8 days as the Gators head coach, Mullen and his staff have been showing that same relentless mentality on the recruiting trail. Taking over a new program with three-weeks before the first signing period, his staff has been working around the clock.
Coach Mullen understands and embraces the immense expectations Gators fans hold in Gainesville. Nothing short of championships is the norm for this loyal fan base.
Florida used to possess feared and potent offensive units, unfortunately, that has not been the story the previous 7 seasons, leading to Florida…show more content… With Coach Mullen showing interest in several other wide receiver prospects, Williams decided to leave this class two days ago. Williams is listed as the 95th-ranked wide out in the nation, according to 247sports.
Curtis Dunlap Jr. (Bradenton, Fla.) - This talented offensive guard started the Gators strong summer recruiting stretch. After becoming the first prospect to pull the trigger during the summer, eight more prospects decided to join the #AllBite18 class in a matter of two weeks. However, with a pro-style offense gone and a new coaching staff arriving in Gainesville, Dunlap Jr. Decided to reopen his recruiting process yesterday. In Mullen's spread offense, it seems to look like he is searching for more athletic and multi-positional offensive linemen. According to 247sports, Dunlap Jr. is a consensus 4-star guard, and the nations 194th-ranked player. One team will land a very talented player.
The news of Chris Bleich came as surprise to many covering the Florida Gators recruiting cycle, as he flipped his commitment from UCLA to Florida in the same day. The 6-foot-6, 305-pound prospect became the first pledge under the new staff.
According to 247sports, Bleich is a 3-star prospect and the country's 28th best offensive tackle. The physical run-blocker improved tremendously during his senior season at Wyoming Valley West Senior High School. Coach Mullen loves to