Mullen and offensive line coach John Hevesy are scheduled to conduct in-home visits with the Under Armour All-Americans from Tampa, Fla.
Petit-Frere is a priority target for the Gators and plans to officially visit on Jan. 26, which will be his first trip to UF since last summer. The 5-star tackle from Berkeley Prep will visit Alabama this weekend and travels to Ohio State on Feb. 2.
Petit-Frere has already take trips to Michigan and Notre Dame. The 6-foot-6, 272-pound lineman has been a mystery recruit throughout the process, but the Gators are considered one of the favorites to land him on National Signing Day.
Gouraige committed to Florida on Oct. 20 but chose not to sign last month so he could build a relationship with the new staff and check out other options. The 6-5, 283-pound lineman from Cambridge Christian School officially visited Clemson last weekend and has Auburn scheduled for this week.
Auburn reportedly lost offensive line coach Herb Hand on Tuesday, which will likely hurt the Tigers’ chances. Gouraige’s recruitment was a Clemson-Florida battle before his initial decision and that could be case again as he enters the home stretch.
Petit-Frere and Gouraige are ranked the nation’s No. 3 and No. 7 offensive tackles, respectively, in the 247Sports composite.