GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida will have its busiest football camp schedule in school history this summer.
And that’s not just because of satellite camps.
The Gators will have their annual camp sessions on campus during the first two weeks of June, starting Friday with their 7v7 tournament. More than a dozen high school teams will compete in the camp, include Miami Southridge (Florida tight end commit Kemore Gamble, cornerback Shawn Davis), Tampa Bay Tech (Florida wide receiver commit Daquon Green) and Atlanta Hapeville Charter (Georgia cornerback commit William Poole III).
But July will now feature more than just Friday Night Lights. UF is holding an additional 7v7 tournament next month as well as a “Sophomore Night” and a two-day camp for quarterbacks.
The Gators are scheduled to attend or hold a combined 19 satellite camps, including a few near their top targets. Below is the camp schedule for the next two months.
Florida football camps
7v7 tournament: June 3 and July 23 ($300 per team)
OL/DL camp: June 3 and July 23 ($25 per person)
Mini camps: June 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 13 ($25 per person)
Kicking camp: June 5 ($99 per person)
Sophomore Night: July 21 ($45 per person)
Coach McElwain Next Level QB camp: July 21-22 ($175 per person)
Friday Night Lights: July 22 ($45 per person)
Florida satellite camps
June 3-4: Mercer University in Macon, Ga.
June 8: Trinity Christian Academy in Jacksonville, Fla. (Ohio State cornerback commit Shaun Wade)
June 9: Goodpasture High School in Nashville, Tenn.
June 9: Wagner College in Staten Island, N.Y.
June 9-10: MCA Football Academy in Stockbridge, Ga.
June 12: Wayne State University in Detroit (Five-star wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones)
June 12: Sound Mind Body camp at Jefferson High School in Tampa, Fla.
June 12: Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.
June 13: Valdosta State University camp in Savannah, Ga.
June 13-15: VSU camp in Valdosta, Ga.
June 14: VSU camp at Episcopal School of Jacksonville
June 15: I-DareU camp in Atlanta
June 15: VSU camps in Atlanta
June 17: Washington High School in Pensacola, Fla. (Alabama offensive tackle commit Alex Leatherwood)
June 17: Blount High School in Mobile, Ala. (Florida athlete commit Kadarius Toney)