The Florida Gators were already off to a killer start in the class of 2019, with nine commitments coming into Friday night. But they got another huge win as offensive lineman Wardrick Wilson made his commitment to Jim McElwain’s squad:
2019 OL Wardrick Wilson has committed to Florida. https://t.co/uWX9AQ4cRq
— Zach Abolverdi (@ZachAbolverdi) July 22, 2017
Wilson’s pledge brings Florida’s class up to ten for 2019, and he joins tackle Andrew Coker as the Gators two offensive line commitments so far.
Wilson is not ranked by 247Sports’ composite service at this time, but as a 2019 prospect, that is not unusual. Despite the fact that he is just about to start his junior year of high school, Wilson already stands 6’4 and weighs 295 pounds. He hails from Miami, where he plays for Norland high school.